S39L Observation Thread

M. Schmitt
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Post your results in here :-)))

M. Schmitt
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S39L Observation Thread

Got the first results:

Athlon XP 2400+: -5.1%

Athlon X2 4400+: -5.8%

Again excellent work.

The X2 crunched a long WU in 47:43 min, that's realy close to the magig 45 min.

Please, someone give me more than 32WUs/day!!!

cu,
Michael

Akos Fekete
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Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434 -> 4124

Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434 -> 4124 ~ -7%

Duron 2,03 GHz: 4230 -> 4095 ~ -3%

I'm a bit surprised. :-)

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RE: Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434

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Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434 -> 4124 ~ -7%

Duron 2,03 GHz: 4230 -> 4095 ~ -3%

I'm a bit surprised. :-)

Why? :-)

Akos Fekete
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RE: RE: Dothan 1,86 GHz:

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Quote:

Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434 -> 4124 ~ -7%

Duron 2,03 GHz: 4230 -> 4095 ~ -3%

I'm a bit surprised. :-)

Why? :-)

I didn't think that this cache trick will improve the performance of these systems.
...and Dothan will catch up my Duron.
Should I turn on the afterburner? :-)
(This Duron went on 2,75GHz with my watercooler.)

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RE: Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434

Message 26317 in response to message 26314

Quote:

Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434 -> 4124 ~ -7%

Duron 2,03 GHz: 4230 -> 4095 ~ -3%

I'm a bit surprised. :-)

New result for this one:
XP 2400+ @2230 MHz: 4143 --> 3868 ~ -6.6 %

For the X2 there are no more comparable results:
X2 4400+ @2650 MHz: 3040 --> 2863 ~ -5.8 %

Interesting, but pretty close together.
Both CPUs have enough L1-Cache for S39, so the win must come from somewhere else. :)

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RE: RE: RE: Dothan 1,86

Message 26318 in response to message 26316

Quote:
Quote:
Quote:

Dothan 1,86 GHz: 4434 -> 4124 ~ -7%

Duron 2,03 GHz: 4230 -> 4095 ~ -3%

I'm a bit surprised. :-)

Why? :-)
I didn't think that this cache trick will improve the performance of these systems.
...and Dothan will catch up my Duron.
Should I turn on the afterburner? :-)
(This Duron went on 2,75GHz with my watercooler.)

You are old enough to stay dry, right? ;)

Better investigate on Linux, the growing distance is really frustrating, on the other hand I'm happy to "beat" these 4-cylinder Macs with your albert and my X2. :))

cu,
Michael

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XP 2500+ running as 3200+:

XP 2500+ running as 3200+: 3,548 (under 1 hour!) around 3% gain.

Zilli Samuel
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Athlon64 3000+, about 5% gain

Athlon64 3000+, about 5% gain over S39. Thank's for working on it!

Akos Fekete
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RE: RE: ...and Dothan

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...and Dothan will catch up my Duron.
Should I turn on the afterburner? :-)
(This Duron went on 2,75GHz with my watercooler.)
You are old enough to stay dry, right? ;)

Work with overclocked system is too expensive!
The power consumption of my "RANCOR" is about 65-70W, but is over 120W on 2,75GHz!

I used four overclocked computers (amdXP1700) to crunch seti@home classic, and I got an electricity bill after one year. It was much higher than I calculated.
I sold three of them on next days...

Price of 1kWh electric power is about 0.15 EUR (0.18 USD) in Hungary.

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RE: Price of 1kWh electric

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Price of 1kWh electric power is about 0.15 EUR (0.18 USD) in Hungary.

House them at my place in Czech republic, I'm paying five eurocents for kWh. :)

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