v3.03+ results latest: April 27 2002 (22)
Another heap of benchmark pages appear miraculously from the deserted
wasteland that was believed dead and buried. There are now 475 results in total
in the tables. Also on the good news front, Roelof
is keeping a quick-fix table of the latest top
200 on his SETI Spy site. This will help keep things a little more up to
date than of late. As a little bonus to the faithful (Action
gains honourable mention) and those who just have to know, there are four extra
sorted pages dealing with multi-CPU results. To qualify a system must have 2 or more
CPUs. These qualifying results are sorted by number of CPUs, number of clients, time
and Mhz. As there are over 60 results that fall
into this category it’s about time they were detailed a little bit. [Anyone running 15 instances of SETI on a single CPU box is thus not included,
unless you can convince me otherwise]. As a final
reality check (sidenote), the way my time is shrinking and these pages
enlarging, updates once a quarter from me are a realistic scenario. Keep the faith and see
you in July.
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v3.03+ results latest: December 8 2001 (21)
A little extra…
Several Palomino results and a couple of extra sortable headings for
your delight, edification and general interest. Submission
sorts by date and is pretty straightforward but OS
is a little more subject to interpretation. I’ve grouped XP, 2000
and NT together (since they share the same progressively revised kernel)
to provide two pages of results. ME, 98 & 95 are
similarly herded together as they share a (now withering) branch of the MS
family tree and again require two pages. That, unfortunately, meant that the
other 65 benchmarks covering a multitude of operating sysems have been clumped
somewhat unfairly together onto a fifth page. Howls of anguish no doubt from
those who reckon Linux derivatives should get their own page. Real world needs
lead to as simple an OS breakdown as possible that would suit the vast majority.
Apologies to any non-MS users who feel slighted. Have a look and any suggestions
(yes, ‘update more often’ is an obvious one), improvements or corrections are
Keep sending your new benchmaks to Roelofï¿½
and they will eventually make it to the tables subject to his ratification.
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v3.03+ results latest: October 1 2001 (20)
Goodness gracious – an update…
Another 40 plus results added to the scrolls courtesy of numerous
benchmarkers, Roelofs compilations and my
slow transformation into html. Almost sounds like I know what I’m doing! Thanks
for your patience and continued enthusiam in the face of a long SETI plateau – a
stable client and few bugs means that little changes except the inevitable
onward march of Megahertz and new processors. The benchmark result tables await