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    Sandy Bridge - Bulldozer - Computer Chess Test!

    From now on you can use a new engine -> "Cyclone xTreme II"
    This engine is ready to handle 32cores!

    A program that do real calculatings and use all the cores or/and threads at 100%!
    For that i use a chess program and let computers calculate about 5min. and make my list with the highest nodes/s. at depth 22.

    So to keep it simple,just look to the nodes/s and hardware(clockspeed) and see how great your system will be!

    People who has interest to do also this test,you can download the files here!

    A direct link for Cyclone xTreme II: http://www.mediafire.com/file/jxjmwv...Arena2+Cyclone xTreme II.rar

    And for TogaII142JD : http://www.mediafire.com/file/d0znmu...ogaII142JD.zip

    It's not difficult,no install needed,after test you can just delete the folder with the files, if you don't want to keep a full working chess program (it's freeware).

    The explenation of the test:

    Here you have the chess program.
    1.You have the user-interface 'Arena'
    2.The chess engine Cyclone xTreme II!

    I have put them already together..just do these things!
    There is no install needed!!

    1. Make a map/folder 'Arena'
    2. Put all files in this folder.
    3. Now you can start 'Arena' .exe
    4. You will see the chessboard with the analyse window under the chessboard.(empty now)
    This window give you the calculatings from the chess engine Cyclone xTreme II.
    5. First you have to select how many cores/threads you are running:
    - Select in Menu above chessboard 'Engines'
    - Then move mouse to 'Engine 1 / Cyclone xTreme II' -> little window show up
    - And select 'Configure'
    or fast way: -> "Ctrl+1"
    6. You get the Configuration window from the engine.
    - Now you see in left down-> 'Max Threads' 24
    - You can change this to the cores you use ex.2-4-8(max.32)
    - And confirm it by clicking on 'OK'
    7. Close the program and restart it,the core setting is done and will keep it till you change again!
    8. Above the board select in menu 'Levels' and choose 'Infinite'
    9. Press one time 'Spacebar'
    10. Computer begins to calculate...you will see lines scrolling in the analyse window,first number is Depth = how many moves forward in the game thinking,1,2,3...18,19,20..till you see 22!! So he is 22 moves deep in the game!
    11. It will take a few minutes (3-5min) after that you click on 'Stop' (right next chessboard)

    i don't know if you also use real temp,cpu-z -> else you can put them on the screen ,and make a screen when he is running (3-5min) at 100%

    Here a example screen running on a 980x: http://img178.imageshack.us/img178/4654/980x.jpg

    12. Go to menu above the chessboard and click on 'Position' and select 'Copy Analyses to Clipboard'
    13. Now you can easy paste these analyses in a e-mail or text file and send it to me (also with the screen, if possible!)

    I will see if this is clear enough for you

    Good luck,and thank you very much for trying!

    PS. Close as many possible programs who are running in the background to get better result,Chess engine needs 100% cpu!

    Kind regards,
    Jean-Paul.

    Test results: with Cyclone xTreme II

    -----Engine ----------------Depth-Time-Total nodes--Nodes/s.-Score --------------- Hardware------------------------
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1) Cyclone xTreme II-24cpu 22/51 01:35 68.485.826 17.151.158 +0.25 Dual Xeon X5690 Westmere-EP 12c/24T @4.737Ghz (ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Mydog New
    2) Cyclone xTreme II-24cpu 22/54 02:47 114.449.982 16.386.108 +0.24 Dual Xeon X5680 Westmere-EP 12c/24T @4.352Ghz (ES) DDR3: ... Movieman
    3) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/46 01:11 90.337.045 15.240.913 +0.34 Westmere-EP 6c/12T @5.409Ghz (ES) LN2 DDR3:6-7-6-18 Rol-co Nr 1 at 31/12/2009
    4) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/50 01:51 136.755.234 14.742.823 +0.25 Core i7 980X @4,970Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 poparamiro
    5) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/51 01:47 130.592.570 14.618.692 +0.33 Core i7 3930K @5,0Ghz (ES) DDR3: 7-11-7-27 donmarkoni New
    6) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/56 05:01 359.996.953 14.309.108 +0.22 Core i7 3930K @5.0Ghz DDR3: 9-10-9-27 Modaeus New
    7) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/47 01:24 99.926.674 14.132.744 +0.23 Core i7 980X 6c/12T @4.707Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-20 Mk-ultra
    8) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/54 01:30 106.638.367 14.084.014 +0.25 Westmere-EP 6c/12T @4.733Ghz (ES) DDR3: 7-8-7-20 Rol-co
    9) Cyclone xTreme II-16cpu 22/45 02:01 105.903.688 14.001.457 +0.26 Intel Xeon ES E5-2687w @ 3,6GHz (ES) DDR3: 11-11-11-31 Cyras New
    10) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 21/48 00:31 36.029.582 13.861.935 +0.25 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.421Ghz (ES) DDR3: 7-8-7-20 Chiller
    11) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/51 01:36 108.593.487 13.551.413 +0.26 Core i7 980X 6c/12T @4,510Ghz DDR3: gosmeyer
    12) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/56 02:58 200.435.914 13.474.911 +0.25 Core i7 980X @4,566Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 poparamiro
    13) Cyclone xTreme II-24cpu 21/44 01:05 35.102.293 12.916.948 +0.23 Dual Westmere-EP 12c/24T @3.243Ghz (ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-24 12Gb 24x135.1 jcool
    14) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 21/48 01:28 92.057.887 12.459.545 +0.27 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.382Ghz (ES) DDR3:
    15) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/44 01:59 118.244.089 11.878.403 +0.25 Dual Xeon X5690 Westmere-EP 12c/24T @4.201Ghz (ES) HT OFF! DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Mydog New
    16) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/52 02:00 224.095.455 11.171.805 +0.29 Core i7 980X 6c/12T @4.707Ghz HT OFF ! DDR3: 7-8-7-20 Mk-ultra
    17) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/49 02:14 117.736.466 10.536.052 +0.33 Core i7 3960x @3.6Ghz (ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Alby New
    18) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/44 00:31 39.314.045 10.121.955 +0.29 Core i7 950 @4.715Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 rge
    19) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/50 01:57 147.000.943 9.972.891 +0.28 Core i7 2600K @5,0Ghz DDR3: PcCI2iminal
    20) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/58 02:49 270.360.120 9.585.742 +0.29 Core i7 980X @4,040Ghz HT OFF ! DDR3: 9-9-9-27 gosmeyer
    21) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/52 04:34 323.869.269 9.436.997 +0,26 Core i7 950 @4.6Ghz DDR3:7-7-7-21 rge
    22) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/52 02:03 144.437.955 9.348.058 +0.20 Core i5 2600K @4,689Ghz (ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Monstru
    23) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 21/46 01:17 44.126.955 9.069.849 +0.23 Gainestown Dual Xeon X5570 @2.986Ghz (ES) DDR3:7-7-7-20 6Gb 22x135.7 jcool
    24) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/48 01:46 114.437.924 8.601.123 +0.27 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 8-9-8-24 Eva2000
    25) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/56 02:29 207.893.035 8.356.825 +0.25 Phenom II X6 1090T @4,4Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 poparamiro
    26) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/50 02:39 166.848.661 8.351.309 +0.15 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 6-6-6-24 -=DVS=-
    27) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/50 01:53 156.457.263 8.263.875 +0.25 Phenom II X6 1055T @4,340Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-17 richierich
    28) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/60 02:44 225.668.648 8.256.409 +0.26 Phenom II X6 1090T @4,254Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-19 Lightman
    29) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/57 02:41 218.834.186 8.142.557 +0.35 Phenom II X6 1055T @4,312Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-19 richierich
    30) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/51 02:15 183.240.794 8.123.800 +0.26 Phenom II X6 1090T @4,138Ghz DDR3: 6-6-5-17 CrimInalA
    31) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/49 02:13 133.102.906 7.978.018 +0.27 AMD FX-8150 @4,515Ghz (ES) DDR3: 7-10-7-27 Leeghoofd NEW
    32) Cyclone xTreme II-4cpu 22/54 05:44 684.725.149 7.944.186 +0.26 Core i5 2500K @5,1Ghz (ES) DDR3: Buckeye
    33) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/54 05:25 430.152.648 7.920.185 +0.28 Phenom II X6 1055T @4,234Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18 Mad222
    34) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/51 05:10 404.209.091 7.807.507 +0.34 Phenom II X6 1055T @4,199Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Nex 73
    35) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/50 04:08 317.915.222 7.674.132 +0.22 Phenom II X6 1090T @4,040Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-19 Lightman
    36) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/56 02:04 116.202.812 7.459.355 +0.25 Core i7 975 @3,724Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Buckeye
    37) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/49 01:57 144.693.630 7.380.064 +0.27 Phenom II X6 1055T @4.059Ghz DDR3: 6-6-6-15 imamage
    38) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/61 02:47 153.109.332 7.334.940 +0.25 Core i7 975e @3,7Ghz DDR3: Buckeye
    39) Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/49 02:42 195.903.930 7.256.222 +0.23 Phenom II X6 1055T @3,78Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-24 ridney
    40) Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 21/50 02:33 92.155.271 7.209.012 +0.25 Dual Opteron 2427 12c @2.2Ghz DDR2-800 ECC/Reg: Particle
    41) Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/59 03:43 196.226.305 7.010.896 +0.27 Core i5 2600K @3,492Ghz (ES) DDR3: 7-7-7-21 Monstru
    42) Cyclone xTreme II-4cpu 22/52 06:01 571.847.973 6.336.201 +0.27 Core i7 920 @3,87Ghz HT OFF DDR3: 9-9-9-24 JPQY
    43) Cyclone xTreme II-4cpu 22/52 05:59 466.580.638 5.191.785 +0.09 Core i5 2500K @3,392Ghz (ES) DDR3: Monstru


    Test results: with TogaII142JD

    ----Engine -----------Depth-Time-Total nodes--Nodes/s.-Score --------------- Hardware------------------------
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    1) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/46 01:44 121.744.755 14.283.560 +0.26 Core i7 980X @5,003Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 poparamiro
    2) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/49 01:35 109.964.595 14.194.821 +0.22 Gulftown 6c/12T @5.317Ghz (ES) DDR3: 8-9-8-24 Monstru
    3) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/45 01:51 118.558.308 12.972.034 +0.30 Westmere-EP 6c/12T @4.61Ghz (ES) DDR3: Rol-Co Nr 1 at 31/12/2009
    4) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/45 01:56 113.243.821 11.804.483 +0.25 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.218Ghz (ES) DDR3:7-9-7-21 Chri$ch
    5) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/50 02:10 125.344.894 11.706.641 +0.28 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.123Ghz (ES) DDR3:7-7-7-21 proart
    6) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/50 02:15 128.545.022 11.493.333 +0.18 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.0Ghz (ES) DDR3:7-9-7-21 Chri$ch
    7) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 01:36 131.023.744 11.079.167 +0.20 Core i7 2600K @5,254Ghz DDR3: 6-10-7-21 Kensek
    8) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/45 02:20 127.765.905 10.907.922 +0.30 Gulftown 6c/12T @3.8Ghz (ES) proart
    9) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/55 02:10 109.686.484 10.234.500 +0.19 Core i7 3960x @3.6Ghz (ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Alby New
    10) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 02:03 153.526.490 10.039.670 +0.23 Core i7 965 @4.86Ghz LN2 DDR3:7-8-7-20 Rol-Co
    11) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 02:36 190.181.545 9.990.256 +0.25 Core i7 950 @4.818Ghz LN2 DDR3: 7-8-7-20 Rol-Co
    12) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 01:50 131.411.495 9.698.940 +0.19 Core i7 870 @4.80Ghz(ES) LN2 DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Monstru
    13) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 01:38 117.517.444 9.656.869 +0.26 Core i7 950 @4.65Ghz DDR3:7-7-7-20 rge
    14) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 01:48 129.904.135 9.605.984 +0.22 Core i7 920 D0 @4.569Ghz DDR3: 8-7-7-21 Kensek
    15) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 01:54 137.085.790 9.544.154 +0.22 Core i7 920 D0 @4.574Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-20 poparamiro
    16) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:06 147.560.314 9.491.558 +0.22 Core i7 950 @4.565Ghz DDR3:7-8-7-20 Rol-Co
    17) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 01:58 136.428.286 9.427.276 +0.26 Core i7 965 @4.48Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-21 Kensek
    18) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 02:09 148.532.067 9.402.775 +0.24 Core i7 940 @4.6Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-22 rge Win7
    19) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/54 02:18 160.706.467 9.386.667 +0.21 Core i7 965 @4.445Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-20 Kensek
    20) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 03:03 214.454.358 9.349.358 +0.22 Core i5 2600K @4,689Ghz (ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Monstru
    21) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 01:46 124.068.598 9.293.025 +0.20 Core i7 940 @4.555Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 rge
    22) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 01:45 122.380.053 9.285.442 +0.22 Core i7 965 @4.445Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-20 Kensek
    23) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:49 194.640.478 9.270.398 +0.23 Core i7 940 @4.555Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 rge Win7
    24) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:48 191.794.530 9.237.692 +0.22 Core i7 940 @4.515Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 rge
    25) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:17 156.421.880 9.223.516 +0.25 Core i7 965 @4.410Ghz DDR3: 8-8-7-20 Kensek
    26) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:15 152.890.799 9.056.000 +0.20 Core i7 940 @4.452Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 rge
    27) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 02:20 159.849.677 8.985.420 +0.27 Core i7 920 D0 @4.448Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 Turk-fx
    28) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 02:17 153.507.802 8.951.825 +0.22 Core i7 940 @4.431Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 rge
    29) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 01:54 124.655.037 8.923.660 +0.25 Core i7 965 @4.410Ghz DDR3: 9-9-8-20 Kensek Nr.1 at 31/12/2008 21:27
    30) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/55 01:29 194.069.136 8.904.916 +0,19 Core i5 2600K @5,504Ghz HT OFF! DDR3: 7-7-7-24 SoF
    31) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:02 137.162.403 8.884.214 +0.20 Core i7 920 D0 @4.41Ghz DDR3:8-8-8-24 cstkl1
    32) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 02:25 160.854.229 8.840.828 +0.19 Core i7 965 @4.375Ghz DDR3: 9-9-8-20 Kensek
    33) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:22 160.152.172 8.806.895 +0.23 Core i7 940 @4.41Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 rge
    34) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:19 152.759.022 8.761.006 +0.22 Core i7 965 @4.318Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-20 Kensek
    35) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 01:52 122.655.156 8.747.857 +0,22 Nehalem @4.347Ghz(Core i7 965ES)DDR3: 8-8-8-20 Rol-co
    36) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:00 131.600.346 8.736.667 +0.25 Core i7 965 @4.284Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Kensek
    37) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:27 157.167.769 8.680.272 +0.20 Nehalem @4.136Ghz(Core i7 920ES)DDR3: 8-8-8-20 StrangerS
    38) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:46 180.015.244 8.630.342 +0.17 Core i7 965 @4.320Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Kensek
    39) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/51 03:00 194.612.212 8.621.333 +0.32 Nehalem @4.136Ghz(Core i7 920ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-24 StrangerS
    40) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:02 132.792.624 8.563.902 +0.19 Core i7 920 @4.10Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 Kensek
    41) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/45 02:21 150.911.468 8.537.305 +0.23 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Metroid
    42) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 03:13 206.632.782 8.531.775 +0.20 Xeon W3520 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 MK-Ultra
    43) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:31 158.683.730 8.527.537 +0.23 Core i7 860 @4.20Ghz DDR3: Monstru ]
    44) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 03:13 204.127.319 8.486.382 +0.18 Core i7 920 D0 @4.3Ghz DDR3:8-8-8-24 The Watcher
    45) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 02:05 132.628.680 8.434.120 +0,25 Nehalem @4.2Ghz(Core i7 965ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-20 Rol-co
    46) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/53 02:13 138.167.765 8.393.383 +0.21 Nehalem @4.0Ghz(Core i7 920ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-20 StrangerS
    47) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:46 173.150.743 8.373.933 +0.18 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-20 Nilos
    48) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 02:48 171.947.531 8.324.762 +0.21 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-27 Metroid
    49) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/51 02:40 166.616.377 8.318.147 +0.22 Core i7 965 @4.185Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-22 Vmsein
    50) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/53 02:22 148.047.438 8.311.549 +0.20 Core i7 940 @4.117Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 dejanh
    51) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 02:06 131.105.177 8.267.522 +0.21 Core i7 965 @4.16Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Kensek
    52) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:23 143.807.731 8.241.678 +0.25 Nehalem @4.226Ghz(Core i7 965ES)DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Monstru
    53) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 02:42 167.687.245 8.236.636 +0,22 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-22 Flopper
    54) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 02:06 127.539.793 8.229.877 +0.22 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Freshy
    55) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 02:59 185.524.894 8.198.883 +0.20 Core i7 940 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 10-9-9-26 Revogamer
    56) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:21 143.291.661 8.171.348 +0.22 Nehalem @4.2Ghz(Core i7 965ES) DDR3: 7-7-7-28 Nilos
    57) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/53 02:27 149.006.845 8.156.903 +0,25 Core i7 965 @4.142Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Sargatanas
    58) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:17 139.982.059 8.139.615 +0.25 Core i7 920 @4.116Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-20 speckled10
    59) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 03:39 216.935.295 8.111.273 +0,18 Nehalem @4.0Ghz(Core i7 965ES) DDR3: 7-7-7-18 Rol-co
    60) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:37 163.060.317 8.103.785 +0,20 Nehalem @4.123Ghz(Core i7 965ES)DDR3: 7-7-7-24 xoqolatl
    61) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:37 162.703.099 8.096.306 +0.21 Core i7 920 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 Anzial
    62) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 02:26 144.589.092 8.061.918 +0.22 Core i7 920 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Metroid
    62) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:44 164.649.166 8.016.970 +0,28 Core i7 920 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 Chri$ch
    63) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/45 02:18 137.943.384 7.969.855 +0.23 Core i7 965 @4.125Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 SteveRo
    64) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 02:47 168.931.116 7.969.350 +0.19 Xeon W3520 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-21 MK-Ultra
    65) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/43 02:41 159.317.123 7.962.733 +0.18 Nehalem @4.0Ghz (core i7 965ES) DDR3: The Watcher
    66) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/43 02:56 173.045.323 7.913.826 +0.20 Core i7 920 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 6-6-6-18 Metroid
    67) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/48 02:04 247.217.371 7.909.431 +0.20 Core i5 2500K @5,0Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 nigeleyeit New
    68) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 02:37 153.698.516 7.854.777 +0.20 Core i7 950 @3.8Ghz DDR3: Leeghoofd
    69) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 03:17 188.095.496 7.754.083 +0.23 Nehalem @3.910Ghz(Core i7 965ES)DDR3: 8-8-7-19 BulldogPO
    70) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 02:21 135.337.470 7.670.355 +0.20 Nehalem @3.85Ghz(Core i7 920ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-19 Monstru
    71) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:22 134.904.385 7.567.712 +0.27 AMD FX-8150 @4,515Ghz (ES) DDR3: 7-10-7-27 Leeghoofd NEW
    72) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/43 03:43 257.954.953 7.664.301 +0.25 Phenom II X6 1055T @4.2Ghz DDR3: 6-6-6-15 PcCI2iminal
    73) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/45 02:17 130.670.694 7.599.623 +0,21 Nehalem @3.875Ghz(Core i7 965ES)DDR3: 9-8-8-24
    74) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 02:38 149.843.037 7.598.698 +0.21 Core i7 965 @3.788Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 T_Flight
    75) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 03:37 202.000.533 7.522.395 +0,19 Core i7 920 @3.8Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-24 Junior
    76) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 02:48 153.596.972 7.374.781 +0.17 Core i7 920 @3.8Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Aberration
    77) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 03:46 208.317.723 7.345.841 +0,26 Skulltrail 2xQX9775 @4.2Ghz DDR2: 4-5-5-17 Chiller
    78) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 02:26 136.741.148 7.303.589 +0.24 Core i7 920 @3.8Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-24 Mascaras
    79) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 02:54 155.951.213 6.950.593 +0.18 Core i5 2600K @3,492Ghz (ES) DDR3: 7-7-7-21 Monstru
    80) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 02:51 135.822.644 6.908.635 +0.20 Q9650 @4.51Ghz DDR3: 6-5-5-12
    81) TogaII141SE-16cpu 21/45 03:30 94.511.341 6.843.413 +0.22 Gainestown 2xNehalem @3.07Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24
    82) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/44 02:25 117.841.680 6.787.092 +0.20 Q9650 @4.5Ghz DDR3: 6-6-6-15
    83) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 03:27 173.054.698 6.600.502 +0,19 Core i7 965 @3.347Ghz DDR3: T_Flight
    84) TogaII142JD-16cpu 21/46 03:59 96.988.402 6.521.362 +0.26 Gainestown 2xNehalem @2.93Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-19
    85) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/54 02:52 134.125.742 6.509.767 +0.19 Skulltrail 2xQX9775 @4.189Ghz DDR2: 4-4-3-9
    86) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/46 02:12 106.263.958 6.413.397 +0.23 Q9650 @4.4Ghz DDR3: 8-7-7-21
    87) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 03:08 151.186.585 6.411.283 +0,24 Nehalem @3.2Ghz (Core i7 965ES) DDR3: 9-8-8-24
    88) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/49 02:45 255.491.566 6.378.393 +0.19 Core i5 750 @4.0Ghz(ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-24 Monstru
    89) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 05:43 262.357.222 6.306.927 +0,26 Core i7 965 @3.2Ghz DDR3: Sargatanas
    90) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 03:31 174.872.390 6.286.188 +0.25 Skulltrail 2xQX9775 @ 4.0Ghz
    91) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 04:17 203.978.024 6.173.001 +0,20 Harpertown 2x X5450 @4,050Ghz FB-DDR2: 5-5-5-15 Jcool
    92) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/61 02:38 122.283.970 6.167.968 +0.24 Core i7 860 @3,0Ghz(ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-24 Monstru
    93) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 03:29 174.282.748 6.089.768 +0.20 Skulltrail 2xQX9775 @3.59Ghz DDR2: 4-4-3-9
    94) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 03:54 172.582.215 5.891.624 +0.30 Nehalem @ 2.93Ghz
    95) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 03:22 281.629.347 5.587.723 +0.29 AMD Phenom X4 Deneb @4,199Ghz DDR3: 6-6-6-18 subaruwrc
    96) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/51 03:58 167.435.927 5.551.509 +0.20 Nehalem @2.67Ghz(Core i7 920ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-20 StrangerS
    97) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/48 05:17 116.220.879 5.493.977 +0,32 QX9650 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    98) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 03:42 154.042.405 5.488.353 +0,31 Core i7 920 @2.8Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 Bowman
    99) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/46 03:10 130.964.531 5.482.296 +0,21 Phenom II X4 955 @4.114Ghz DDR3:7-7-7-20 Rol-Co
    100) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 03:50 154.531.874 5.419.762 +0.21 Skulltrail Harpertown 2xE5440 @ 3,067Ghz
    101) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/49 03:26 273.002.212 5.386.181 +0.22 Core i5 2500K @3,392Ghz (ES) DDR3: Monstru
    102) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/43 02:48 56.606.900 5.299.045 +0,17 QX9650 @3.8Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    103) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 03:37 154.531.874 5.278.434 +0.26 Skulltrail Harpertown 2xE5430 @ 3.0Ghz
    104) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/45 03:33 71.369.566 5.121.513 +0,25 QX9650 @3.6Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    105) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/46 04:07 313.116.757 5.067.206 +0,28 Q6600 g0 @3.4Ghz (My PC) DDR2: 5-5-5-15
    106) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 03:59 156.925.687 5.327.823 +0.24 Nehalem @2.67Ghz(Core i7 920ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-19
    107) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 03:37 68.076.971 5.058.254 +0,21 QX9650 @3.4Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    108) TogaII142JD-2cpu 19/41 00:41 24.515.695 5.013.344 +0.25 E8600 @6.0Ghz (LN2) DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    109) TogaII141SE-4cpu 21/52 05:12 364.182.100 4.576.252 +0,20 Q6600 g0 @ 3.2Ghz (My PC) DDR2: 5-5-5-15
    110) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/50 04:47 164.070.553 4.562.555 +0.24 Nehalem @2.93Ghz HT off (cpu 50%)
    111) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/52 03:48 260.594.079 4.556.842 +0,23 Q6600 g0 @ 3.2Ghz (My PC) DDR2: 5-5-5-15
    112) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 06:10 105.297.137 4.405.202 +0,24 QX9650 @3.2Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    113) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/45 03:44 125.657.505 4.228.992 +0.18 Phenom II X4 940 @3.612Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 xoqolatl
    114) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/46 03:31 60.366.392 4.173.420 +0,21 QX9650 @3.0Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    115) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/49 03:05 96.899.273 4.136.240 +0,22 Core i7 920 @4.2Ghz HT Off DDR3: 9-9-9-22 Flopper
    116) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 04:24 133.183.733 4.032.042 +0,22 AMD PhenomX4 9850 B.E. @3.2Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-10
    117) TogaII142JD-2cpu 20/43 02:26 36.452.932 3.971.241 +0.29 E8600 @4.9Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-21
    118) TogaII142JD-16cpu 21/45 05:53 83.916.200 3.671.590 +0.24 4xOpteron 8360 SE @2.5Ghz Server 2008-32bit
    119) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/52 04:27 119.416.733 3.575.892 +0,18 E8600 @4.5Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-12
    120) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 04:19 106.946.778 3.351.022 +0,20 2xOpteron 2347 @1.9Ghz
    121) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/47 04:47 114.481.780 3.179.392 +0.23 E8600 @4.25Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-18
    122) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/49 06:16 536.903.119 2.854.673 +0.31 E8400 @3.6Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15
    123) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/48 04:13 86.724.835 2.826.454 +0.17 Phenom II X4 940 @3.0Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 xoqolatl
    124) TogaII142JD-16cpu 20/44 05:00 40.931.500 1.730.964 +0,25 4xOpteron 8360 SE @2.5Ghz Server 2003-32bit

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    Last edited by JPQY; 03-29-2012 at 07:11 AM. Reason: Update
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    a single nehalem @2,93ghz is faster than a qx9650 @4,0ghz?
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    Wow

    HT enabled on Nehalem? Can you test to see the difference with HT off?

    Thanks for sharing the results

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeedMoMegaHurtZ View Post
    Wow

    HT enabled on Nehalem? Can you test to see the difference with HT off?

    Thanks for sharing the results
    its HT enabled, just look at what engine is used -> 8P

    I also was kinda baffled how nehalem just rapes yorkfield in this test.

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    HT enabled on Nehalem? Can you test to see the difference with HT off?

    Yes that result i have also:

    TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 03:54 172.582.215 5.891.624 +0.30 Nehalem @2.93Ghz
    TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 04:47 164.070.553 4.562.555 +0.24 Nehalem @2.93Ghz HT off (cpu 50%)

    I will put it also in my list (also interesting)
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    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
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    is the turbo mode enable or more precisely is it triggering in the test?
    In progress......

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    Core i7 processors (Bloomfield) will support two key technologies, which allows to optimize the energy consumption: Turbo mode and Integrated power gate. The first will allow to dynamically increase the frequency of the loaded cores in applications, badly optimized under multi-thread. In this case the energy consumption will not go beyond the limits TDP of those processor.
    AND electric power saving will be possible using the second technology - Integrated power gate. Due to the integrated advanced power control , the processor will be able to disconnect core (cores) individually. Thus, the loaded core in nehalem processors will be accelerated, while other will be disabled.

    Here also a nice explenation: http://www.maximumpc.com/article/fea...ems_turbo_mode
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    thanks for the reply
    I read your post but what I meant was is there a difference
    because as other site mentions and slide at Intel's IDF you can change the TDP limit yourself I am really interested with this one as it increase the clocks from 133mhz to 266mhz if the reports was to go by. but there is also reports about clock sync and those that work from Intel recommended not to change the clock frequency, I am by no means knowledgeable enough as others who actual have a Nehalem + mobo with them as I am conceding to the fact that some information I have maybe skewed
    again thanks for your reply
    Last edited by @@@@; 09-20-2008 at 03:47 AM.
    In progress......

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    Quote Originally Posted by JPQY View Post
    HT enabled on Nehalem? Can you test to see the difference with HT off?

    Yes that result i have also:

    TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 03:54 172.582.215 5.891.624 +0.30 Nehalem @2.93Ghz
    TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 04:47 164.070.553 4.562.555 +0.24 Nehalem @2.93Ghz HT off (cpu 50%)

    I will put it also in my list (also interesting)
    hmm with 10% less clock same score.

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    Sorry @@@@...the only thing i know is that HT was disabled and in the taskmanarger i could see 4cores 100% other 4threads at 0% ,cpu 51% and for the rest nothing changed.
    For more details tests we have to wait when we can buy him.
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    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
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    why is this program still reporting 8cpus even though ht has been disabled?
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    and program to test? I download it
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    Hi RaZz...TogaII142JD-8cpu is a chess engine who can handle till 8core(with this version)...no matter what system you have single,dual,quad..it just use the core who are available..so HT off only 4cores..HT on you use the 8threads!

    Hi FlanK3r...just give me your e-mail adress and i can send you the files with little explenation.
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    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
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    Test results updated...
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    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
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    just testing this out myself thanks Jean-Paul

    But is there a way to also save the stats to txt file ?

    how do you interpret all the figures ???

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    Yes eva2000 it's marked at point 9. Go to menu above the chessboard and click on 'Position' and select 'Copy Analyses to Clipboard'
    10.Now you can easy paste these analyses in a e-mail or text file and send it to me!

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    Wow! Literally a 30% improvement clock-for-clock from Core 2. The rumors were true! I'm glad I sold my QX9650 C0 now.

    so, let me get this straight:

    Core i7 940: 133MHz QPI bus with 22x multi (wait, it's called a "QPI bus" right? or is it something else?)
    Core i7 965: 133MHz QPI bus with 25x multi


    What's the multi for the Core i7 920?? And does it really have to be under NDA if most people are starting to know already?
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    Here you have all the information about the Nehalem - Core i7

    http://www.nehalemnews.com/2008/04/nehalem-faq.html

    JP.
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    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
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    I have almost all of that information memorized - everything except for Lynnfield and Havendale. What I'm trying to figure out though are the QPI bus speeds and official multipliers. Was I correct with my findings?
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    well if the 965=3.2Ghz=25x,940=2.93Ghz=22x,920=2.66GHz. after doing the math i get 20x multi for the 920.
    http://amdandintel.blogspot.com/2008...models-en.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilsizer View Post
    well if the 965=3.2Ghz=25x,940=2.93Ghz=22x,920=2.66GHz. after doing the math i get 20x multi for the 920.
    http://amdandintel.blogspot.com/2008...models-en.html
    Yeah that's correct. Thanks JP for pointing out to me the following chart:




    By the way, here's the program running on a friend's Q6600 G0 @ 3.20GHz:

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    I have done a few calculatings how much faster the Nehalem will be at the same speed.
    I have make a excel file,but i don't know how to put it here online,maybe someone can help me with this!

    Here is a +/- speed up i get if i can overclock the Nehalem :

    QX9650 @3.6Ghz -> +41.34% for Nehalem @3.6Ghz
    QX9650 @4.0Ghz -> +46.40% for Nehalem @4.0Ghz
    Skulltrail @4.0Ghz -> +27.95% for Nehalem @4.0Ghz
    Skulltrail @4.2Ghz -> +20.44% for Nehalem @4.2Ghz

    JP.

    PS. This was with a Nehalem (ES) ,so these are the min. differences speed up you get!
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    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=202139

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    I'd just hope Nehalem would motivate software devs to finally get their asses into gear with multicore coding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RPGWiZaRD View Post
    I'd just hope Nehalem would motivate software devs to finally get their asses into gear with multicore coding.
    Agreed.
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    Hey Jean-Paul,

    I finally managed to run Chess Test under LN2. Please find the screen and the results for

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    Thanks Monstru for your work and time...results updated!
    -Core i7 970 @4,20Ghz (3012A716)
    -Asus P6T Deluxe V2 (1108)
    -Thermalright Ultra-120 Extreme 1366 RT
    -6Gb G.Skill F3-12800CL9T-6GBNQ
    -Samsung Spinpoint F1 HD753LJ, 750GB
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    -Ati Radeon HD4890,1Gb,GDDR5,PCI Express x16
    -Cooler Master HAF 932
    -Antec Signature 850W

    Test results are always welcome with this Chess Test where all your cores/threads will run @100% ,Thanks
    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=202139

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