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  1. Thread: QuickPi

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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    Version 4.5 is is available here: ...

    Version 4.5 is is available here:

    http://home.istar.ca/~lyster/pi.html

    Let me know if you can easily cheat it. The app can compute a checksum over all the digits and you can verify the...
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    I think I can fix this, anyone interested?

    I think I can fix this, anyone interested?
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    I see, of course -- changing the system clock...

    I see, of course -- changing the system clock skews the times. I was thinking more along the lines of tampering with the output. Ah well, where there is a will, there usually is a way...
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    I don't think QuickPi is cheatable. How are the...

    I don't think QuickPi is cheatable. How are the cheats done?
  6. Thread: (?)superpi_ss3

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    QuickPi GUI/Anti-Cheat

    Hey Guys, Thanks for taking an interest in QuickPi. There is already an anti-cheat in the program (use the binary option). You can then post binary files and the Reader Program (QRD) will verify the...
  7. Thread: QuickPi

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    Thanks. If you are used to SuperPi, use the -agm...

    Thanks. If you are used to SuperPi, use the -agm switch for a similar output
  8. Thread: QuickPi

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    Give me a break. I wrote the code. What does not...

    Give me a break. I wrote the code. What does not work for you?
  9. Thread: QuickPi

    by spaglia
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    QuickPi

    Has anyone tried QuickPi recently? Version 4.0a now has both 64-bit and 32-bit versions and uses both SSE2/SSE3 instructions. A built-in checksum feature assists with verifying results. Available...
  10. QuickPi will go under 1. That's right, under 1...

    QuickPi will go under 1. That's right, under 1 second with this configuration.
  11. Whats with SuperPi anyway?

    I'd like to see a QuickPi time. Latest version is here:

    http://home.istar.ca/~lyster/pi.html

    But then again I'm biased as I wrote it. What about 64-bits?

    Regards,
    Steve
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