[RC5] Do not forget about the cheaters :)
wkitty42 at alltel.net
Fri Jan 9 10:07:15 EST 2004
Thorsten Wolf wrote:
> According to:
> PowerPC 970 G5 1800 13,400,000.00
> PowerPC 970 G5 2000 15,057,412.00
> 87,462,090 keys/sec seems a bit unrealistic. Either you had an error,
> because you cancelled the benchmark, or you're using a new core, or
> and I hope that this is not the case, you're using a cracked client.
> Please enlighten me, because 87 MKeys/sec would really blow all other
> results I've ever seen
if you look at the quoted quote (below), you'll note that it says that it is using core #4 (KKS 2-pipe)... that should give you some
clue... what core are your systems using??
> E> On 9 Jan, 2004, at 04:28, Jerome Lamarque wrote:
>>>Happy New Year everyone!
>>>À 10:15 +0200 8/01/2004, Dead J. Dona tapotait avec ses mimines
>>>pleines de doigts :
>>>>When you see 2000+ units coming from 1 client per day (note: not one
>>>>IP address but 1 client on 1 box) you know something is fishy since
>>>>no one PC is fast enough to that.
>>>>PC suxx. PowerMac G5 2MHz can do this.
>>>Not to mention the 2 GigaHertz ones ;-)
>>>A 1.8 GHz PowerPC 970 (aka G5) trounces 13MKeys/s
> E> [Jan 08 23:17:05 UTC] Automatic processor type detection found
> E> a PowerPC 7450 (G4) processor.
> E> [Jan 08 23:17:05 UTC] RC5-72: using core #4 (KKS 2-pipe).
> E> [Jan 08 23:17:25 UTC] RC5-72: Benchmark for core #4 (KKS 2-pipe)
> E> 0.00:00:16.79 [87,462,090 keys/sec]
> E> 8.470u 0.070s 0:19.70 (43.3%) 0+0k->0 0i0o 0f0w 0r0s 0sig 0+0sw
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