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Subject: Re: WMCCC - may the best man at getting the fastest hardware win :(

Author: Chris Whittington

Date: 01:43:05 10/23/97

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On October 22, 1997 at 17:42:00, Bruce Moreland wrote:

>
>On October 22, 1997 at 13:29:57, Chris Whittington wrote:
>
>>Who has got numbers for P2 200 -> P2 300 ?
>
>What are you trying to compare?  I didn't mention a PII/200, I have a
>Pentium Pro 200 mhz machine (Gateway, good machine).

I wanted to know, since I thought I might be a late entrant into the
arms race myself. See how it takes off, unwanted by most participants ?
.........

Thorsten is checking out on p2 300 prices and availability right now.

Sad isn't it ?

Chris


>
>Here is a chart, if you are interested.  Each line is a position in the
>LCTI test.  The first depth number is the depth *finished* on the P6,
>the second is the depth *finished* on the 533 mhz Alpha.  An exclamation
>point indicates that the numbers are different.  The "Time (P6)" column
>is the amount of time taken to finish this ply.  Likewise for the "Time
>(533)" column.  The "ratio" is the 533 time divided by the P6 time.
>
>At the end is a ratio you get if you add up all of the times and divide,
>that's the number I quoted, earlier:  1/0.5652 is about 176.7% or so.  I
>figured I should explain how I got my speed figures.
>
>Conclude whatever you want from this.
>
>bruce
>
>------------
>
>Name                               Depth  Time (P6)        Time (533)
>  ratio
>position 001                     13/14! 00:01:45.491  00:00:59.140
>56.06%
>position 002                     12/12  00:03:01.611  00:01:38.844
>54.43%
>position 003                     11/11  00:03:27.478  00:01:54.071
>54.98%
>position 004                     13/13  00:03:25.336  00:01:52.250
>54.67%
>position 005                     10/11! 00:00:48.560  00:00:25.781
>53.09%
>position 006                     14/14  00:03:00.450  00:01:41.211
>56.09%
>position 007                     11/11  00:01:09.510  00:00:37.617
>54.12%
>position 008                     11/11  00:00:24.885  00:00:13.477
>54.16%
>position 009                     12/12  00:02:36.666  00:01:23.805
>53.49%
>position 010                     12/12  00:03:06.318  00:01:42.320
>54.92%
>position 011                     15/16! 00:02:45.187  00:01:34.984
>57.50%
>position 012                     12/13! 00:02:20.021  00:01:17.961
>55.68%
>position 013                     13/13  00:03:12.346  00:01:49.610
>56.99%
>position 014                     12/13! 00:02:32.109  00:01:23.132
>54.65%
>position 015                     14/14  00:02:55.873  00:01:35.875
>54.51%
>position 016                     12/13! 00:01:48.686  00:01:00.125
>55.32%
>position 017                     12/12  00:02:43.245  00:01:32.430
>56.62%
>position 018                     11/11  00:02:40.151  00:01:26.906
>54.27%
>position 019                     12/12  00:02:46.409  00:01:31.703
>55.11%
>position 020                     21/22! 00:02:36.875  00:01:41.289
>64.57%
>position 021                     18/19! 00:01:50.128  00:01:08.469
>62.17%
>position 022                     19/20! 00:02:09.467  00:01:14.813
>57.79%
>position 023                     15/15  00:03:14.119  00:01:54.516
>58.99%
>position 024                     16/16  00:03:11.175  00:01:52.141
>58.66%
>position 025                     16/17! 00:02:49.624  00:01:38.227
>57.91%
>position 026                     14/15! 00:02:10.828  00:01:12.835
>55.67%
>position 027                     16/16  00:03:19.116  00:01:54.914
>57.71%
>position 028                     15/16! 00:02:57.114  00:01:42.945
>58.12%
> 4248778  2401391 56.52%



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