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Thread: Super PI (modded now shows sec+milliseconds)

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    Super PI (modded now shows sec+milliseconds)

    sorry about my english but I hope you understand me.

    snq back on www.sweclockers.com (swedish) have modded Super PI to show us seconds and milliseconds.

    I cant take any credits on this, I youst want to show you the program.
    All creeds to snq!

    you can download modded Super PI here: http://www.radeonx.com/super_pi_mod.zip

    here´s some pics:

    (its youst a test so dont care about the results on the test comp)



    I dont know if this threed is in the right forum but if this is wrong forum, moderators please move it to the right forum.

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    sweet, nice find man

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    Very great! Thanks for sharing!

    Now we know who are the best of the bests.

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    I hope this program will help us to show who is the best of the best as you say

    I think its a good program and I will update you whit newer version when its out.
    In my "homeforum" sweclockers this is big news and there will be update as soon as anyone complains about buggs.

    well enjoy and big thanks to snq for this modded PI

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    great work. i like it.




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    finally Now all we need to do is make it cheat free.
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    this version actually is alittle more cheat free then the other version, cause of the fine measurement of the time, it's much easier to spot when someone uses some cheats on it. although, this program is still no where near the level I need before I can say it's more reliable then any other version of super pi.

    however, the fine time reads do make it easier to spot some cheats, so thats atleast good. but still, it's just cool to see this working so smooth.




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    i really like this, because before i never knew how close i was to that next second. now i can set realistic goals for each build i have.
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    great find it was only this week I was wondering if something like this exsisted thx
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    Just perfect...makes it much easier finetuning your system....with this you actually see how much every tweak does for the performance.
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    i was searching for it in these days, great job man!

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    Great stuff!!

    I had seen a screen of it somewhere already, can't remember where and i was wondering where to get it.

    Thanks for sharing.
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    byebye process timer
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    Thanks a lot man! Now lets play with A64 Tweaker
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    Nice. Will help a lot with tweaks. I will post it on other forums I am on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by krampak
    Thanks a lot man! Now lets play with A64 Tweaker
    pifast used to be for that

    now we can use superpi too

    thanks man

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    Hi there,

    Lemme introduce myself real quick, I'm the guy who did this mod and whose real crappy test results you can see in the screenshots
    Anyway, thanks for all the comments, great to see someone has a use for it!

    Quote Originally Posted by Kunaak
    this version actually is alittle more cheat free then the other version, cause of the fine measurement of the time, it's much easier to spot when someone uses some cheats on it. although, this program is still no where near the level I need before I can say it's more reliable then any other version of super pi.
    What do you think can be done to make it more reliable/cheat free? If anyone has any ideas please post here and I'll see what I can do about it.

    BTW the only code changed in this is the display/save code. I haven't touched the calculating code so it will give the same results as the regular superpi except more accurate of course

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    http://img129.exs.cx/img129/695/spivsmodspi9qk.jpg

    This mod is ok

    btw Tested by me :P


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    GJ on this one, i like it.
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    awesome can you do the same for AMD64 SSE2 patched SuperPi ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eva2000
    awesome can you do the same for AMD64 SSE2 patched SuperPi ?
    I could if you send me an A64 and mainboard to test on

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    pifast used to be for that
    I don't like pifast
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    Nice one, makes changes so much easier to see

    Hope you dont mind, mirrored the file here If theres any problem with that, let me know and I'll remove the dl
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    Sure, thanks for the mirror
    I've just finished a new version which will give correct results even when someone's trying to cheat. I only found one "cheating program" tho so I'm not sure how waterproof it actually is. If anyone could PM me a list of known slowdown programs I'd appreciate it!

    Edit: will give correct results, not should
    Last edited by snq; 02-26-2005 at 12:08 PM.

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