7.6 GigaFLOPS - How about you?

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  • Reply 101 of 122
    marcusmarcus Posts: 227member
    'Air Vent' dual 867, 256MB DDR RAM, GF4 MX, OS X 10.2:



    6007.8 in 2.2 secs



    Marcus
  • Reply 102 of 122
    Brand new Dual 867:

    6052.6 mflops.



    By the way this machine rocks!!!!
  • Reply 103 of 122
    jerombajeromba Posts: 357member
    On a Dual 800

    with 10.1.2 it's 5443.3 MF in 2.4 sec.

    with Jaguar it's 5266.6 MF in 2.5 sec.



    edit: Programmer can you test your brand new Dual Gig and give us the result ?



    [ 08-22-2002: Message edited by: jeromba ]</p>
  • Reply 104 of 122
    [quote]Originally posted by Luca Rescigno:

    <strong>BTW, I believe the slowest Mac ever was the first generation 233 MHz Wallstreet, without the L2 cache. The second revision (like mine) had a 512k L2 cache, but I heard that the original cacheless 233 MHz Wallstreets weren't much faster than the 240 MHz 3400.</strong><hr></blockquote>



    i had that wallstreet powerbook...your right, it was very slow...my school had a 3400 and i remember no difference in that machine and mine. nothing noticable that is. but the look of the wallstreet kicked butt i thought so i was happy at the time.
  • Reply 105 of 122
    vikingviking Posts: 127member
    New 667mhz DVI powerbook (512mb ram) : 2371
  • Reply 106 of 122
    qaziiqazii Posts: 305member
    [quote]Originally posted by jouster:

    <strong>

    Can load the app into my PB 190 OS 7, but it won't run.... Pity, was looking forward to seeing the results.</strong><hr></blockquote>



    Two reasons for this.

    1.PB 190 is not PowerPC.

    2.Carbonlib requires 8.6.
  • Reply 107 of 122
    Cube 450. 512MB RAM. 10.2. Max. 1320



    Scratch that. Had SETI running in the background and forgot about it. Max 1714.



    Now I have to wonder why SETI made such a difference. Does OSX truly not understand the meaning of "nice 20"?



    [ 08-23-2002: Message edited by: JustAGuy ]</p>
  • Reply 108 of 122
    Its nice to see my computer can still keep up with the old quick silvers, 3.5 on a dual 533. How about Mkeys in RC5 I got around 7,000,000 keys or 7Mkeys from what i remember



    EDIT: i hit the 4 instead of three making it 4.5 gigaflops oops heh



    [ 08-23-2002: Message edited by: Mount_my_floppy ]</p>
  • Reply 109 of 122
    zozo Posts: 3,117member
    iBook 14inch 600Mhz 384MB ram

    Jaguar 6C115, ALL apps closed



    405MFLOPS
  • Reply 110 of 122
    cwillcwill Posts: 2member
    470.7 MFLOPS on iMac G3, 700 MHz, 768MB RAM, OSX 10.1.5
  • Reply 111 of 122
    dmgeistdmgeist Posts: 153member
    Ibook (600mz w/384mb mem) Running 38 other procceses besides

    Fractal Test-Elapsed Time:54.7 seconds-Achieved 260.5 Megaflops....





    Dumb Blond Question-Like whats a Megaflop?
  • Reply 112 of 122
    bigcbigc Posts: 1,224member
    6,9 Gflops Jan QS DualGig 1,5GB Mem
  • Reply 113 of 122
    A megaflop is 1/1000 of a gigaflop witch is 1 billion calculations per second making the mac, in a round about way, faster then the speed of light...
  • Reply 114 of 122
    [quote]Originally posted by Akac:

    <strong>On my TiBook 800 while running a bunch of other stuff, I got 2600 megaflops.



    Turning Altivec OFF (again with running a bunch of apps) its now abour 282 megaflops.</strong><hr></blockquote>



    TiBook 800 in 10.2 with AltiVec = 2876.1 megaflops, 4.7 seconds.



    TiBook 800 in 10.2 without AltiVec = 422.0 megaflops, 33.8 seconds.
  • Reply 115 of 122
    programmerprogrammer Posts: 3,458member
    [quote]Originally posted by jeromba:

    <strong>On a Dual 800

    with 10.1.2 it's 5443.3 MF in 2.4 sec.

    with Jaguar it's 5266.6 MF in 2.5 sec.



    edit: Programmer can you test your brand new Dual Gig and give us the result ?

    </strong><hr></blockquote>



    I already did -- page 2, I think? ~7000 MF
  • Reply 116 of 122
    spartspart Posts: 2,060member
    One of my friends tested his dual gig with my settings and got ~8200 MFLOPS. (The old dual gig)



    <img src="graemlins/smokin.gif" border="0" alt="[Chilling]" />
  • Reply 117 of 122
    Old Dual Gig w/512 MB RAM, 10.1.2: 7001.7 Mflops



    Hmm, usually I can get pretty close to 8. Probably cause I'm running other apps right now.
  • Reply 118 of 122
    bigcbigc Posts: 1,224member
    1.64 GFLOPS, PB G4500, 768MB, Jaguar.



    Also see this:



    <a href="http://arstechnica.infopop.net/OpenTopic/page?a=tpc&s=50009562&f=8300945231&m=4140912135"; target="_blank">Ars speed test relative to G4 400 Mhz</a>
  • Reply 119 of 122
    stoostoo Posts: 1,490member
    [quote]1.PB 190 is not PowerPC.

    2.Carbonlib requires 8.6. <hr></blockquote>



    So I can run this on my 6400? No level 2 cache but I'll post results when I get a Crescendo G3/L2 upgrade.
  • Reply 120 of 122
    neumacneumac Posts: 93member
    On a new 700 MHz iMac w/ 768M of Ram

    with 10.1.5 it's 2222 MF in 6.0 sec.

    with 10.2 it's 2455 MF in 5.5 sec.
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