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2007-10-06 01:44:21
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Having fun with a machine at work...

Caneland Server 2.93GHz x 16 w/16GB FBD2

|| Benchmark results:
|| Number of CPUs: 16
|| 2800 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
|| 8627 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

using BOINC 5.10.20
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2007-10-06 15:40:02
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core2duo e6700 ES (not EE) @ 3.07

<p_fpops>2897304288.596674</p_fpops>
<p_iops>9306321404.836481</p_iops>

remember, the benchmards are per core/thread
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2007-10-06 18:55:59

C2D E6750 Conroe @3600, BOINC 5.10.8, ubuntu 7.04:

<p_fpops>2763942066.765817</p_fpops>
<p_iops>7519096885.559120</p_iops>

as Tank_Master said, per core.
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2007-10-07 04:07:57

oh yeah, I am running server 2008 x64 with BOINC 6.1.0 x64
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2007-10-07 05:01:25
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BOINC 6.1.0 x64

*sigh*

Get rid of 6.1.0! See boinc dev forums 1, 2, 3
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2007-10-09 02:50:10

haha, yeah, but its working for me, and I hear that downgrading can break things, so for now Ill stick with it untill a new 6.x.x is out.
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2007-10-09 22:56:53
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haha, yeah, but its working for me, and I hear that downgrading can break things, so for now Ill stick with it untill a new 6.x.x is out.


so are your stats linux based? all my systems are windows based (that's why I'm curious)
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2007-10-10 05:35:57

no, all my systems are windows XP or better.
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2007-10-11 17:20:23

hmm - I guess my question then is how are you getting this format for your benchmark tests?
<p_fpops>2763942066.765817</p_fpops>
<p_iops>7519096885.559120</p_iops>

no, all my systems are windows XP or better.

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2007-10-11 17:33:55

hmm - I guess my question then is how are you getting this format for your benchmark tests?

Looking at client_state.xml directly.
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2007-10-12 15:36:47

no, all my systems are windows XP or better.

"Better" means Linux or another Windumb?

Just let the benchs run again after a reboot of the puter:
<p_fpops>2724112829.367200</p_fpops>
<p_iops>8190500077.251757</p_iops>
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2007-10-12 15:38:46

no, all my systems are windows XP or better.

You better aren't implying Vista is "better"?
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2007-10-14 02:57:20

My comput times are better just by using server 2008 then xp on the same comp, by about 5%
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2007-10-23 07:25:43

2066 floating point MIPS (whetstone) per CPU
3653 integer MIPS (dhrystone) per CPU

2200 Dualcore
Windows Vista

Sorry Couldnt copy and paste from my Boinc manager

By the way I´m new here. interesting place.
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2007-12-24 18:06:31

My comput times are better just by using server 2008 then xp on the same comp, by about 5%


very cool, I'll have to check it out!
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2007-12-25 06:58:44

wow - just ran the .30 update on my new rig...

12/24/2007 10:54:51 PM||Benchmark results:
12/24/2007 10:54:51 PM|| Number of CPUs: 4
12/24/2007 10:54:51 PM|| 3223 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
12/24/2007 10:54:51 PM|| 9573 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

wowsers!

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2007-12-26 00:06:29
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I'm currently crunching on four computers. Note that on the two dual core computers, BOINC gets one core, Folding@HOME gets the other.

My "powerhouse", an AMD x64 4200+, running Fedora Core 8 x64.
Number of CPUs: 1
1736 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
4337 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

I have one of the WalMart gOS PC's. I had to re-format the hard drive (it was a return), so I installed Xubuntu (then installed Gnome and KDE). It runs a Via Nehemia processor, which is a single core, low power and heat processor. It's a bit weak, but it has SSE3, which helps with optomized applications (few and far between).
Number of CPUs: 1
283 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
1212 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

I have a G5 PPC 2.3GHz, one of the last PPC desktops out. It's running OSX 10.4. The stats look abysmal, but better standardization allows good use of various optimizations. Programs optimized for the PPC will naturally "spread" across multiple cores, so some applications like the World Community Grid apps will run on both cores as a single instance.
Number of CPUs: 1
675 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
1973 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

My primary PC is an AMD Athlon 32000 XP+ (32-bit), running Win XP.
Number of CPUs: 1
2082 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
3488 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

I will note that the BOINC 5.10.30 client does seem to report higher values than the older client. I don't know if it's more accurate, better optimized, or just a bit off.
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I have a G5 PPC 2.3GHz, one of the last PPC desktops out. It's running OSX 10.4. The stats look abysmal, but better standardization allows good use of various optimizations.
Number of CPUs: 1
675 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
1973 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU


Hi,
So, I just updated from the client 5.10.30 to ~.32. Now, the stats are 702 Whetstone and 1695 Dhrystone.

I'm assuming nothing has shorted out in my processor, but that's quite a difference in FPU. I've noticed that if I run the CPU benchmarks, the results change a bit by the hour. This happens on a PPC G5, two different AMD Athlon XP+'s (one retired), and AMD 64, and a Via processor, under Windows, OSX, and three Linux distros. There is also usually a more significant change if I go between BOINC versions.

Is this normal? I assume it's things like other background processes, heat, the data gnomes being too hung over to run the data buckets about, magic smoke getting stale, etc.
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2008-01-01 21:41:32

Is this normal? I assume it's things like other background processes, heat, the data gnomes being too hung over to run the data buckets about, magic smoke getting stale, etc.

Data gnomes being too hung over? Well of course. It's new years!
Not running BOINC anymore for several reasons...
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2008-01-02 00:40:13

no, all my systems are windows XP or better.

"Better" means Linux or another Windumb?

Just let the benchs run again after a reboot of the puter:
<p_fpops>2724112829.367200</p_fpops>
<p_iops>8190500077.251757</p_iops>


And here they are on the same machine with ubuntu64:
<p_fpops>2232812463.083224</p_fpops>
<p_iops>10244554496.913876</p_iops>
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2009-08-01 16:01:03

Im running windows 7 on a Intel Pentium Dual-Core E5400 o/c'ed to 3.58Ghz and get a benchmark of:
3465 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
7397 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

This is using BOINC Manager 6.6.36
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2009-10-22 13:17:26

Rakarin wrote:

My "powerhouse", an AMD x64 4200+, running Fedora Core 8 x64.
Number of CPUs: 1
1736 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
4337 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU


I have a new "powerhouse". My primary PC is an AMD Phenome 8450 triple core running Vista 64. BOINC runs on all three cores, while Folding@Home runs on the video card. (Currently, I'm only running BOINC occasionally. I hope to resume crunching in a couple months. I was getting close to one million points!!!)
Number of CPUs: 3 [mk: actually, one CPU, three cores]
1737 floating point MIPS (Whetstone) per CPU
4742 integer MIPS (Dhrystone) per CPU

So, the Athlon and Phenome are actually pretty close with floating point, even though the Phenome is newer. I guess the Phenome sacrifices floating point for integer so the average user will see more speed from a slightly smaller die cast and clock speed.
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Boinc 6.10.32 x64

Pc1: Q9550

Measured floating point speed 2946.85 million ops/sec
Measured integer speed 8636.22 million ops/sec
Memory Bandwidth: 250Mbit/sec
Ram: 8.00Gb
Cache: 6.00Mb
ATI GPU 0: ATI Radeon HD 3800 (RV670) (CAL version 1.4.519, 512MB, 428 GFLOPS peak)
ATI GPU 1: ATI Radeon HD 3800 (RV670) (CAL version 1.4.519, 512MB, 428 GFLOPS peak)


Boinc 6.10.32 x64

Pc2: E6750

Measured floating point speed 2610.58 million ops/sec
Measured integer speed 8135.94 million ops/sec
Memory Bandwidth: 500Mbit/sec
Ram: 2.00Gb
Cache: 4.00Mb
NVIDIA GPU 0: GeForce 9500 GT (driver version 19621, CUDA version 3000, compute capability 1.1, 512MB, 88 GFLOPS peak)


Boinc 6.10.18 x32

Pc3: Celeron 2GHz

Floating Point Speed: 1072.63 million ops/sec
Integer Speed: 1961.56 million ops/sec
Memory Bandwidth: 1,000Mbit/sec
Ram: 1.25Gb

Pc4: Pentium 3 400MHz

Floating Point Speed: 446.38 million ops/sec
Integer Speed: 759.12 million ops/sec
Memory Bandwidth: 1,000Mbit/sec
Ram: 383.55Mb

Pc5: Athlon XP1800+

Floating Point Speed: 1522.00 million ops/sec
Integer Speed: 2558.00 million ops/sec
Memory Bandwidth: 1,000Mbit/sec
Ram: 1.25Gb

Pc6: I7-920 Not up Yet! Needs memory.

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