Optomized S5 SSE3

Akos Fekete
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RE: RE: I replaced some

Message 38856 in response to message 38854

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I replaced some truncations with SSE3 instructions, but i forgot that i don't have SSE3 machine at moment, so i could not test it. :-)
Do you need testers? :) i got two SSE3 capable machines.
Just tell me how you want them tested if you want me?

I know this is my problem, so i will solve this...
But i'm curious. :)

Pepperammi
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Just a thought. Might be best

Just a thought. Might be best if Mark Hewson starts a new "New optimized executables" thread for whatever new apps are created by people(or just akosf again) because the current one is pretty much redundent already. Sorry, theres some ammazing work on there, but in only a few days or so we'll all be completely over to S5 and those S4 apps aren't compatable.
Just tring to avoid anyone accidently using the oldish S4 apps on the new S5 project which we're told is very bad.
Not saying delete the thread- just suggesting a new one will be in order when/if new optimized apps become available.

Rafael Cesare Valente "CrackBoy"
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RE: RE: RE: I replaced

Message 38858 in response to message 38856

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I replaced some truncations with SSE3 instructions, but i forgot that i don't have SSE3 machine at moment, so i could not test it. :-)
Do you need testers? :) i got two SSE3 capable machines.
Just tell me how you want them tested if you want me?
I know this is my problem, so i will solve this...
But i'm curious. :)

If you need a "Beta Tester" you can count on me, now problem... All 24/7 working.

All my PCs has SSE3 and ( HT and NOT HT )

You can choose all these SS3 :

Pentium 4 2.8GHz 1MB no HT
Pentium D 930 3.0GHz Presler 4MB ( no HT ) O/C 4.2GHz
Xeon 3GHz 2Mb with HT
Pentium 4 3.0GHz Prescott 2MB HT on

Best Regards,

Pepperammi
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RE: RE: RE: Do you need

Message 38859 in response to message 38858

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Do you need testers? :) i got two SSE3 capable machines.
Just tell me how you want them tested if you want me?

I know this is my problem, so i will solve this...
But i'm curious. :)

Pentium 4 2.8GHz 1MB no HT
Pentium D 930 3.0GHz Presler 4MB ( no HT ) O/C 4.2GHz
Xeon 3GHz 2Mb with HT
Pentium 4 3.0GHz Prescott 2MB HT on

Best Regards,


Forgot to add my details if you do want them.

Both Windows xp latest updates, go up to SSE3 (were using your U41xx apps on einstien)
Pentium 4 HT 3.4Ghz (No OC - HT on) Think its Northwood core or something like that. Prety much prescott derived i think. Currently doing on its first S5 taking 18~19hours p/wu
Pentium D 830 3Ghz 2MB(2x1MB) (Small OC to 3.21Ghz - No HT) Smithfield core. Currently taking 11~12hours on S5 p/wu

^ Can see why I'm eager to help with those times :)

Stan Pleban
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RE: Just a thought. Might

Message 38860 in response to message 38857

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Just a thought. Might be best if Mark Hewson starts a new "New optimized executables" thread for whatever new apps are created by people(or just akosf again) because the current one is pretty much redundent already. Sorry, theres some ammazing work on there, but in only a few days or so we'll all be completely over to S5 and those S4 apps aren't compatable.
Just tring to avoid anyone accidently using the oldish S4 apps on the new S5 project which we're told is very bad.
Not saying delete the thread- just suggesting a new one will be in order when/if new optimized apps become available.

I never deleted U41.05 from my Einstein file..since it was for SSE3 and it seems to be working OK on my S5 WU..my question to anyone is whether we are to somehow change this, just leave it alone or was something else automatically loaded from the server?

Rudy
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RE: snip I never deleted

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I never deleted U41.05 from my Einstein file..since it was for SSE3 and it seems to be working OK on my S5 WU..my question to anyone is whether we are to somehow change this, just leave it alone or was something else automatically loaded from the server?

Your U41.05 will only be used for S4 work. When you got your first S5 work you also got the stock S5 applicaion. If you look in your project einstein folder you will see the new S5R1 4.02 application. Lookig at your S5 results shows they were crunched by the stock S51 4.02 application.

Once all the S4 work is done, then you could delete the U41.05 manually. In the mean time I'd leave it alone.

Stan Pleban
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Rudy....Appreciate your

Rudy....Appreciate your comments.....Stan

Akos Fekete
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So, i tried to do a

So, i tried to do a 'copy+paste' on the SSE3 truncation part, but it gives bad results.

Akos Fekete
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I would like to do faster

I would like to do faster versions, but i don't have enough time to test each variations. Can somebody to help me? Hm... not only with a time-machine.

But i have an idea. I can do modifications on the official application in a short time, so i can do some different test versions with different modifications. We would be able to test these versions in the same time on more computers. If we get good results with a variation i would be able to build this modification into a 'stable' version. So, perhaps these test versions produce invalid results, but the 'stable' version would have only the good improvements.

Hm... just an idea, but it should be working...

Terry
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I have a Pentium D that has

I have a Pentium D that has SSE3 and several AMD machines. Let me know what I can do to help.

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