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Gautam

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For stability, do a 32M run. It should take you between half an hour and two hours depending on how fast your system is. Not really sure how good of a stability test it is, but some people like it.

More commonly, the 1M test is used a benchmark. Takes less than minute.
 

d]g[ts

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Nice PI score, but super PI for me is not the best stability tester. I have been able to do 32M Pi test at speeds that would error out pretty quick in Prime95.
Prime95 IMHO is a much better stability tester.
 

KOXC2003

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To give you a comparison the system in my sign does 41 seconds. You could use the search function to find the thread where a lot of people posted their scores. I know it was at least 2 pages (I think a lot more) of just 1M times.
 

PCGUY112887

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Does a higher FSB help cut seconds off your superpi time.. or is it all about how many mhz you can get out of it?
 

Gautam

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It all helps quite a lot with SuperPI, although I've found that tight timings seem to matter more than much else. High clock speed, low mem speed and low latencies are optimal.
 

computer_geek

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computer_geek said:
just got 35s with 2.5ghz 1:1 [email protected] cas 2.5.3.3.11


[email protected][knoppix]# ./super_pi 20
Version 2.0 of the super_pi for Linux OS
Fortran source program was translated into C program with version 19981204 of
f2c, then generated C source program was optimized manually.
pgcc 3.2-3 with compile option of "-fast -tp px -Mbuiltin -Minline=size:1000 -Mnoframe -Mnobounds -Mcache_align -Mdalign -Mnoreentrant" was used for the
compilation.
------ Started super_pi run : Sat Jan 3 23:50:43 CET 2004
Start of PI calculation up to 1048576 decimal digits
End of initialization. Time= 0.470 Sec.
I= 1 L= 0 Time= 1.610 Sec.
I= 2 L= 0 Time= 1.840 Sec.
I= 3 L= 1 Time= 1.830 Sec.
I= 4 L= 2 Time= 1.820 Sec.
I= 5 L= 5 Time= 1.830 Sec.
I= 6 L= 10 Time= 1.820 Sec.
I= 7 L= 21 Time= 1.820 Sec.
I= 8 L= 43 Time= 1.830 Sec.
I= 9 L= 87 Time= 1.810 Sec.
I=10 L= 174 Time= 1.820 Sec.
I=11 L= 349 Time= 1.820 Sec.
I=12 L= 698 Time= 1.790 Sec.
I=13 L= 1396 Time= 1.800 Sec.
I=14 L= 2794 Time= 1.800 Sec.
I=15 L= 5588 Time= 1.800 Sec.
I=16 L= 11176 Time= 1.780 Sec.
I=17 L= 22353 Time= 1.770 Sec.
I=18 L= 44707 Time= 1.720 Sec.
I=19 L= 89415 Time= 1.610 Sec.
End of main loop
End of calculation. Time= 35.840 Sec.
End of data output. Time= 0.140 Sec.
Total calculation(I/O) time= 35.980( 0.990) Sec.