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    Here is another mirror
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    Thanks, I'll add it to the dl page if thats okay

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    thanks

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    Since I'm the first to post this, IDK if it's just my computer or if it's the mod, but it seems buggy...I'm getting results in the negative 2 minutes for the last few intervals, and some positive 1200 hrs for the total...yet it only takes about a minute in actuallity (timed with a stopwatch or with the unmodded version). Then it crashes when I press OK.

    Running a kinda old system with a buncha open apps and some very bad (error laden) RAM, maybe that's why?

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    How old is your system? And what version of Windows are you running?
    The anti cheat stuff *might* make it crash under certain circumstances if you have a slow machine. I might have an idea as for why it crashes but if you can give me some more info I can be sure

    Edit: I just tested on a celeron 766 and it went fine so slow should be *really* slow. But I'm guessing it's related to the windows version.
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    Thanks for that.
    I'll see what I can do. It might actually be the PC being too fast in your case
    Sigh.. My own PCs are too good, everything always works

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    Great work on this new Pi-mod, Thankyou
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    Mine's only two years old, so not really that old (P4B 3.06, 1GB RDRAM PC1066, IWill P4R533-N). Anyway, I have the same exact problem as Beat Slayer. I'm using WinXP SP1a.

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    For the ppl with problems, I uploaded a new version.
    http://superpi.radeonx.com/super_pi_mod.zip

    Please let me know if it works

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    Sure snq, I've uploaded the new version now.
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    Anyone with a cpu running at around 3GHz or higher tested yet?

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    Great work SNQ new version works great
    UK mirror if u want it http://www.drunken-student.co.uk/dl/super_pi_mod.zip
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    Thanks Highland3r
    Added your mirror to the download locations. Appreciated

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    @snq

    Are you sure that Online Validation workes... ? I just typed in three checksums and all of them come up as "Incorrect checksum"
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    Yea it works.

    I actually checked the screenies you posted in the 'competition with OPB' thread (not because I dont believe you but because I wanted to see if it actually worked ) and they worked.

    Can you give me the details of the ones you're trying to verify? It's not completely impossible something is wrong, but so far everything I've tested is right and I must've tested at least 50 different times/checksums by now.

    BTW I hope you do realize you have to enter both the time and the checksum, not just the checksum

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    Where can I get the source for super pi?, I've been looking for it for a while now.
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    There is no source. This mod was done with a hex editor and some asm tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snq
    BTW I hope you do realize you have to enter both the time and the checksum, not just the checksum
    guess what??? I didn't thanks for clarifying that

    EDIT: BTW, GREAT MOD !!! Thanx :thumbsup:
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    Quote Originally Posted by bachus_anonym
    guess what??? I didn't thanks for clarifying that

    EDIT: BTW, GREAT MOD !!! Thanx :thumbsup:
    As you could see I added a line with instructions to the page now, that should clear up any confusion
    Thanks for the thumbs up

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    Quote Originally Posted by snq
    There is no source. This mod was done with a hex editor and some asm tools.

    No, I'm not kidding
    Very nice, that must have been quite allot of work then.

    Do you have the exact formula for calculating Pi in a text file that I can just copy->past, the method that Super Pi uses to calculate PI that is.

    I might want to build a new program from the ground but I'm not so good in mathematics that I can just convert a formula in a way a C++ compiler understands.

    On the other hand, Super PI is actually a peace of crap if you look at the time it takes to calculate Pi.

    Ofcourse I understand that it has become a standard in benchmarking, but wouldn't it be nice if there was a more efficient program for calculating PI?

    QuickPi for example calculates PI far faster than Super Pi but I just don't like the program. So wouldn't it be nice if I could just implement the formula of quickPI in Super Pi and make the program allot faster wile keeping the nice layout.

    I might email the author of super PI and ask for the source, does anyone has his email?
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    nice mod but it sux :\

    Not modded: 48sec
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    Sorry, I don't have that. I guess with a lot of time and effort it would be possible to rip out all the necessary code but it's nearly impossible. For example all addresses used would need to be changed, not quite a fun task.. It would be a lot easier to take some opensource PI code and use that. There's lots of code available but as SuperPI is kind of the standard when it comes to PI benching I just added some features that were missing

    The latest superpi version was released about 10 years ago (august 95) so even the original author might not have the source any more.
    Anyway on http://pi2.cc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/ you can find some more info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewv
    nice mod but it sux :\

    Not modded: 48sec
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    Try running it a couple of times more. Most likely the 48sec was a high 48 and your cpu got occupied with something else while running the modded one. 0.4 secs difference isn't the whole world, just do a few more runs with both

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    Works flawlessly now!

    Good work!


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