Optomized S5 SSE3

Crunch3r
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RE: S5T0001 - eliminated

Message 38876 in response to message 38874

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S5T0001

- eliminated double jumps

Quite unusual behaviour when you look at the progress.
Seems to "jump" sometimes 0.004 to 0.005% per/sec. ahead.

nice work Akos ;)

IndianaX
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I have installed patch 000

I have installed patch 000 and 001 on this PC:
http://einsteinathome.org/host/628724/tasks
18 Jun 2006 10:33:09 UTC is the last without patch (~27200 seconds per WU).
I have only big WU's so the first results will come in 5 hours.

Have a N.I.C.E. day!

Akos Fekete
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RE: RE: S5T0001 -

Message 38878 in response to message 38875

Quote:
Quote:

S5T0001

- eliminated double jumps


so should we stop again and update now or wait?

No! I would like to be sure that S5T0000 is correct. I need at least 10-20 valid results without invalid. But other people can do the test with S5T0001...
If S5T0001 is invalid then i can jump back to S5T0000...

Akos Fekete
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S5T0002 - eliminated

Message 38879 in response to message 38874

S5T0002

- eliminated double jumps
- reduced amount of FPU macro ops (hot loop size: 4831)

Pepperammi
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RE: RE: RE: S5T0001 -

Message 38880 in response to message 38878

Quote:
Quote:
Quote:

S5T0001

- eliminated double jumps


so should we stop again and update now or wait?
No! I would like to be sure that S5T0000 is correct. I need at least 10-20 valid results without invalid. But other people can do the test with S5T0001...
If S5T0001 is invalid then i can jump back to S5T0000...


No prob. Ill stay with S5T0000. Add my other machine when i can.
I've suspended my other projects for now to get you these long results a bit quicker.

Mats Nilsson
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Should one install all

Should one install all patches or it´s enough too take the last one, for the moment S5T0002

Crunch3r
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RE: Should one install all

Message 38882 in response to message 38881

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Should one install all patches or it´s enough too take the last one, for the moment S5T0002

Well i think applying the last patch should be enough, because all patches focus on the same issue (SSE hot loop).

Anyhow to be on the safe side i'd say use all patches ;)

ca_grufti
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Running with S5T0002 on

Running with S5T0002 on Athlon 4800+. No problems so far. Waiting for the first results.

Pepperammi
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RE: Should one install all

Message 38884 in response to message 38878

Quote:
Should one install all patches or it´s enough too take the last one, for the moment S5T0002

Quote:
Quote:
so should we stop again and update now or wait?
No! I would like to be sure that S5T0000 is correct. I need at least 10-20 valid results without invalid. But other people can do the test with S5T0001...
If S5T0001 is invalid then i can jump back to S5T0000...


LiborA
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I have maybe a stupid

I have maybe a stupid question: are these patches only for CPU with SSE3 support, or I can test it on SSE/SSE2 CPU too?

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