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Thread: Dual Intel Clovertown 8 cores @ 2.66 Ghz benching now

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    Dual Intel Clovertown 8 cores @ 2.66 Ghz benching now

    Lemme know waht benchies u wanna see on this Octal Core Monster

    Here's a start :



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    Do anything and everything that is multi-threaded
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    Any suggestions on multithreaded programs ?
    Web links would be helpfull

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    omg
    me like
    u can do video encoding
    Last edited by PkG.1337; 09-10-2006 at 04:47 PM.

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    now that's more like it

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    A Japanese bencher was testing Clovertown a few weeks ago. Scroll down to the middle of the page. He was also using a Supermicro board.

    http://blue.ap.teacup.com/kaz622/

    Sandra Multi-Media would be good.
    Pov-Ray is a good rendering test http://www.povray.org/download/
    There are also various chess benchmarks that you could try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sierra_bound
    A Japanese bencher was testing Clovertown a few weeks ago. Scroll down to the middle of the page. He was also using a Supermicro board.

    http://blue.ap.teacup.com/kaz622/

    Sandra Multi-Media would be good.
    Pov-Ray is a good rendering test http://www.povray.org/download/
    There are also various chess benchmarks that you could try.
    Please send me links to download benchmarks

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    Quote Originally Posted by wtfdc
    Any suggestions on multithreaded programs ?
    Web links would be helpfull
    8 super_pi_mod.exe instances :P

    SiSoft CPU Test

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    Quote Originally Posted by wtfdc
    Please send me links to download benchmarks
    http://www.sisoftware.net/
    http://www.povray.org/download/

    I don't have links to chess programs. There are a lot of them.

    The Japanese also use a rendering benchmark called Mandelbrot. If you're knowledgeable about mathematics, you'll know who Benoit Mandelbrot is.

    http://hp.vector.co.jp/authors/VA026611/index_e.html

    Having used Kentsfield, I can tell you the rendering power is awesome. I'm sure 8-cores will be even better.

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    3D06 CPU tests....

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    3dmark06 cpu test.

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    3d05 cpu test also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vapor
    3D06 CPU tests....
    I think I read a blip about 3Dmark06 only going up to max three threads - I might be wrong
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    OCT-AWESOME!
    Seems like the Japanese bencher was running 266*9 = 2400mhz.

    Please keep us updated thx

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    3dmark06 would be nice .

    WOW, amazing

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    Wow that would make a nice folding rig...

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    you take that beast and run WCG!!!!! pc mark 05 has some mutithread multi tasking test!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeguava
    I think I read a blip about 3Dmark06 only going up to max three threads - I might be wrong
    In that case...Photoshop CS2 benchmarks (Driverheaven has a good one fairly automated one....)

    And it's still probably worth a shot to try this on 06, see if it does any better than a 4-core setup

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    Multi Processor Chess Benchmark.

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=112602

    Multi PI.

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=111462

    I want to see the Multi PI personally, and a 3dmark2006 CPU test.
    oh yeah, how about a simple MIPS shot from Sisoft Sandra...




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    Sisoft benchies



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    SuperPi 1m and 8m



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    you should try the Multi Pi Kunaak mentioned.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kunaak
    Multi Processor Chess Benchmark.

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=112602

    Multi PI.

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=111462

    I want to see the Multi PI personally, and a 3dmark2006 CPU test.
    oh yeah, how about a simple MIPS shot from Sisoft Sandra...
    awesome chip though!

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    3dMark 06


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    PCmark 05


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