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Old 27-08-2009, 21:58   #1
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Default Chess Test - Run all your cores/threads @100%

I'am already a time busy to collect some data from fast computer systems to see the speed from different systems like the core i7,skulltrail,gainestown,gulftown and comming cpu's how fast they are.

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

For TogaII1.4.2JD-16cpu..To run test is it completly the same way!

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 2-5min. most of the time is it less then 3min. and make my list with the highest nodes/s. at depth 22!!
With TogaII was it Depth 21.

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!
New engine: Arena2 + Cyclone xTreme II
http://www.mediafire.com/?jxjmwvd4nmj
And Arena2 + TogaII142JD
http://lab501.ro/wp-content/uploads/...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-32cpu!

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-32cpu.
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 gainestown: http://img117.imageshack.us/img117/6...ugainesro2.jpg

12. Go to menu above the chessboard and click on 'Position' and select 'Copy Analyses to Clipboard'
11.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.

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Test results+ranking: with Cyclone xTreme II

-------Engine --------------Depth-Time--Total nodes---Nodes/s.-----Score --------------- Hardware------------------------
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1. 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
2. Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/50 01:51 133.463.397 14.363.911 +0.25 Gulftown QP3P 980X @4853MHz (ES) DDR3: 7-7-7-20 stivut
3. 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
4. Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/52 02:17 154.664.100 13.457.960 +0.24 Core i7 3930K @4,6Ghz DDR3: 9-11-10-28 Schumy New
5. Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/52 03:04 204.816.053 13.346.739 +0.35 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.609Ghz (ES) DDR3: 9-8-8-24 stivut
6. Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/47 01:58 128.887.210 13.103.390 +0.25 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.509Ghz (ES) DDR3: 8-8-8-24 stivut
7. Cyclone xTreme II-12cpu 22/55 05:13 304.949.095 11.686.700 +0.26 Gulftown 6c/12T @3.992Ghz (ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-27 stivut
8. Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/49 03:24 242.262.954 9.468.235 +0.24 Core i7 2600K @4,8Ghz DDR3: 7-10-10-28 DjLeco New
9. 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
10. Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/50 02:53 266.263.449 9.222.312 +0.27 Gulftown 6c/12T @3.992Ghz (ES) HT OFF DDR3: 9-9-9-27 stivut
11. Cyclone xTreme II-4cpu 22/49 01:32 201.091.598 8.675.033 +0.23 Core i5 2500K @5,5Ghz DDR3: 7-10-7-24 poparamiro New
12. 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
13. Cyclone xTreme II-8cpu 22/46 01:57 118.791.738 8.079.579 +0.26 Core i7 930 @4.011Ghz DDR3:9- 9-9-23 Sleepy_j
14. 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
15. Cyclone xTreme II-4cpu 22/52 05:59 466.580.638 5.191.785 +0.09 Core i5 2500K @3,392Ghz (ES) DDR3: Monstru
16. Cyclone xTreme II-6cpu 22/52 04:55 253.529.983 5.143.624 +0.24 AMD FX-6100 @3,923Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 mirceapaun New
17. Cyclone xTreme II-2cpu 22/53 10:49 860.215.062 2.650.659 +0.14 Intel Core 2 Duo E6320 @3.5Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-21 poparamiro
18. Cyclone xTreme II-1cpu 22/61 28:33 1.767.894.849 1.031.745 +0.24 AMD K10 Semprom 140 @3,0Ghz DDR2: 4-3-3-9 poparamiro


Test results+ranking: 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 21/50 01:53 131.801.092 13.960.148 +0.21 Gulftown QP3P 980X @4887.9MHz (ES) DDR3: 7-7-7-20 stivut
4) TogaII142JD-12cpu 21/50 01:42 133.326.459 13.492.941 +0.26 Gulftown 6c/12T @4.40Ghz (ES) DDR3: 9-9-9-24 stivut
5) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 01:47 131.157.108 10.064.712 +0.22 Core i7 3770K @4.80Ghz DDR3: 10-12-12-25 stivut New
6) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 02:07 158.528.235 9.976.805 +0.20 Xeon W3580 @4.77Ghz LN2 DDR3: 7-8-6-20 Monstru
7) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:08 154.789.684 9.913.750 +0.30 Core i7 920 @4.692Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-20 poparamiro
8) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/42 01:53 137.582.087 9.721.062+0.15 Core i7 2600K @4,8Ghz DDR3: 7-10-10-28 DjLeco New
9) 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
10) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 01:43 123.595.151 9.629.572 +0.23 Core i7 920 @4.608Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-20 poparamiro
11) 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
12) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:05 145.500.530 9.445.831 +0.21 Core i7 920 @4.574Ghz DDR3: 8-7-7-20 poparamiro
13) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:28 171.772.222 9.428.108 +0.25 Core i7 920 @4.545Ghz DDR3: 8-7-8-23 stivut
14) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/55 01:59 139.042.568 9.388.908 +0.24 Xeon W3580 @4.57Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 stivut
15) 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
16) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/51 02:32 176.959.204 9.303.684 +0.24 Xeon W3580 @4.50Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 stivut
17) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 01:58 134.702.326 9.238.644 +0.22 Core i7 920 D0 @4.443Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-27 poparamiro
18) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 02:34 177.561.256 9.203.636 +0.25 Core i7 920 @4.524Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 stivut
19) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:26 156.978.207 8.953.834 +0.22 Core i7 920 @4.42Ghz DDR3: 7-6-7-18 stivut
20) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/53 02:06 276.900.324 8.821.588 +0.22 Core i5 2500K @5,5Ghz DDR3: 7-10-7-24 poparamiro New
21) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/50 02:39 172.650.643 8.733.209 +0.25 Core i7 965 @4.281Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 stivut
22) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 02:19 147.868.910 8.713.139 +0.28 Core i7 920 D0 @4.2Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 err0r
23) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:41 170.704.859 8.570.932 +0.23 Core i7 965 @4.236Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 stivut
24) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/46 02:01 129.865.414 8.527.872 +0.18 Core i7 920 D0 @4.3Ghz DDR3:7-8-7-20 Schumy
25) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:31 158.683.730 8.527.537 +0.23 Core i7 860 @4.20Ghz DDR3: Monstru
26) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/53 02:29 156.281.738 8.523.873 +0.25 Core i7 920 @4.095Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 poparamiro
27) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 02:00 124.081.381 8.399.547 +0.18 Core i7 965 @4.098Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-27 stivut
28) 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
29) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:53 181.933.019 8.217.803 +0.16 Core i7 920 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 7-6-6-18 stivut
30) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/45 02:19 138.566.729 8.196.522 +0.22 Core i7 930 @4.011Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-23 Sleepy_j
31) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/55 03:08 190.648.654 7.978.470 +0.16 Core i7 920 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 11-11-11-28 Andrei
32) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 03:05 185.280.392 7.920.715 +0.18 Core i7 920 D0 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-20 err0r
33) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/48 02:11 124.115.228 7.666.600 +0.20 Core i7 920 @3.675Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-21 funkymanu
34) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 02:14 119.565.436 7.265.737 +0.21 Core i7 920 D0 @4.443Ghz HT OFF DDR3:9-9-9-27 poparamiro
35) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/44 03:03 121.126.661 7.040.874 +0.20 Skulltrail 2xQX9775 @4.25Ghz DDR2: 4-4-3-12 stivut
36) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/47 03:28 180.238.666 6.975.095 +0.18 Core i7 920 D0 @3.36Ghz DDR3: 7-8-7-20 err0r
37) 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
38) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/49 02:37 271.945.594 6.738.514 +0.29 Core i7 920 D0 @4.3Ghz HT OFF DDR3:7-8-7-20 Schumy
39) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/53 02:26 153.449.572 6.674.674 +0.22 Core i7 965 @3.184Ghz DDR3: 7-7-7-20 stivut
40) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/48 03:28 331.439.198 6.592.550 +0.27 Core i7 920 @4.095Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 poparamiro
41) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/49 03:24 165.941.375 6.535.870 +0.26 Skulltrail 2xQX9775 @4.0Ghz FD-DDR2: 4-4-3-12 stivut
42) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/48 05:39 541.612.658 6.437.530 +0.28 Core i5 750 @4.1Ghz DDR3: 6-8-6-18 hcd
43) 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
44) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/53 02:13 207.691.148 6.361.878 +0.18 Core i5 750 @4.0Ghz DDR3: 8-9-7-19 sevenrulz
45) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 03:58 180.874.156 6.210.974 +0.26 QX9650 @4.221Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 stivut
46) 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
47) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/49 03:26 273.002.212 5.386.181 +0.22 Core i5 2500K @3,392Ghz (ES) DDR3: Monstru
48) TogaII142JD-6cpu 21/47 03:02 160.442.319 5.261.946 +0.23 AMD FX-6100 @3,923Ghz DDR3: 9-9-9-24 mirceapaun New
49) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/44 03:12 114.085.716 4.906.772 +0.22 Core i3 540 @4.60Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-20 stivut
50) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/46 03:34 240.319.192 4.804.726 +0.24 Q6600 g0 @3.6Ghz DDR2: 5-4-4-12 Micutzu
51) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/46 04:01 261.844.608 4.417.443 +0,17 Core i5 750 @2.79Ghz(ES) DDR3: 6-6-6-18 Monstru
52) TogaII142JD-8cpu 21/52 04:52 315.537.655 4.365.245 +0.25 Core i7 920 @2.798Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-22 funkymanu
53) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/48 03:23 217.530.055 4.276.059 +0.20 Q6600 g0 @3.0Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 poparamiro
54) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/49 04:11 436.887.786 3.473.759 +0.24 Core i7 920 @4.095Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 poparamiro
55) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/50 05:25 284.352.598 3.455.263 +0.25 Core i5 650 @3.417Ghz(ES) Monstru
56) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/49 04:38 226.337.436 3.452.950 +0,21 Q6600 g0 @2.4Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-18 Blackoberst
57) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/54 04:09 420.057.263 3.367.816 +0.24 E8400 @4.23Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-18 DiaboRo
58) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/50 05:47 589.413.276 3.349.798 +0.20 E8500 @4.2Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 matose
59) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/45 03:05 298.225.254 3.211.784 +0,27 E8600 @4.0Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 Blackoberst
60) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/49 03:25 327.718.210 3.194.049 +0,21 Intel Celeron Wolfdale @4.03Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-12 Klau1st
61) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/52 03:52 088.903.993 3.061.834 +0.25 Core i7 750 @2,8Ghz (ES) DDR3:9-9-9-24 Monstru
62) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/48 04:15 373.840.558 3.001.761 +0.20 E5200 @4.0Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 dev
63) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/52 06:54 521.692.580 2.797.691 +0,23 E5400 @4.05Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 biB
64) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/46 04:44 190.736.663 2.682.795 +0,23 Xeon E5320 @1.86Ghz FB-DDR2: al13n8r
65) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/50 05:59 429.180.957 2.386.760 +0.24 E6850 @3.0Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 al13n8r
66) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/49 05:09 354.921.664 2.370.485 +0.22 E1200 @3.11Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-12 poparamiro
67) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/51 05:04 358.503.951 2.354.248 +0,21 E8200 @3.2Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-12 Stefun
68) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/53 23:47 775.117.421 2.171.635 +0,28 Dual Intel Xeon Nocona @3.59Ghz DDR2: 3-3-3-11 al13n8r
69) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/53 06:08 384.703.035 2.105.355 +0.25 E8400 @3.0Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-18 DiaboRo
70) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/48 06:33 371.728.555 1.891.700 +0,30 Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo T9300 @2.5Ghz DDR2:5-5-5-15 schumy
71) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 07:11 775.117.421 1.794.627 +0.28 Core i7 920 @4.095Ghz DDR3: 8-8-8-24 poparamiro
72) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/53 14:52 775.117.421 1.737.567 +0.28 Intel Mobile Core 2 Duo T6670 @2.2Ghz DDR3:6-6-6-15 Schumy
73) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/47 09:12 382.031.030 1.441.196 +0.20 E2160 @1.80Ghz DDR2: 5-4-4-14 biB
74) TogaII142JD-2cpu 22/50 19:27 768.954.633 1.350.287 +0,21 Xeon 5120 @1.86Ghz FB-DDR2: 5-5-5-15 al13n8r
75) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 09:40 775.117.421 1.335.586 +0.28 AMD Sempron K10 @3.8Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-12 poparamiro
76) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/49 13:51 428.455.854 1.030.787 +0.20 Intel Pentium D925 DDR2: 4-4-4-10 poparamiro
77) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 13:50 775.117.421 933.651 +0.28 AMD Athlon 64 [email protected] DDR: 2.5-4-4-8 poparamiro
78) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/51 22:21 277.075.267 785.115 +0.20 Xeon DP 5050 @3.0Ghz FB-DDR2: 4-4-4-12 al13n8r
79) TogaII142JD-4cpu 21/48 15:47 364.099.451 766.859 +0.21 Pentium D 925 @3.0Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-10 poparamiro
80) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/48 21:05 473.850.785 741.580 +0.22 E6300 @1.86Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 al13n8r
81) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 20:15 775.117.421 637.606 +0.28 Intel Celeron 420 @1.596Ghz DDR2: 5-5-5-15 al13n8r
82) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 23:33 775.117.421 548.520 +0.28 AMD Sempron 2600+ @1.6Ghz DDR: 3-4-4-8 poparamiro
83) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 23:57 775.117.421 539.124 +0.28 AMD Turion ML-28 @800Mhz DDR: 2-3-3-6 schumy
84) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 24:26 775.117.421 528.516 +0.28 Intel Celeron M370 @1.5Ghz DDR2: 4-3-3-9 poparamiro
85) TogaII142JD-2cpu 21/51 38:47 580.863.268 506.155 +0.31 Intel Pentium 4 531 @3.0Ghz HT ON DDR2: 5-4-4-12 poparamiro
86) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 25:26 775.117.421 507.746 +0.28 Core i7 920 @1.063Ghz DDR3: 5-5-5-15 poparamiro
87) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 28:30 775.117.421 453.322 +0.28 Intel Pentium 4 531 @3.0Ghz HT OFF DDR2: 5-4-4-12 poparamiro
88) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 30:53 775.117.421 418.186 +0.28 Intel Celeron 346 @3.06Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-12 al13n8r
89) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 35:20 775.117.421 365.562 +0.28 Intel Celeron 331 @2.67Ghz DDR: 2.5-4-4-7 poparamiro
90) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 38:35 775.117.421 334.730 +0.28 Intel Celeron 325 @2.53Ghz DDR2: 4-4-4-12 al13n8r
91) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 21:08 779.499.568 287.873 +0.28 AMD Athlon MP @1.0Ghz DDR: 2-3-3-7 poparamiro
92) TogaII142JD-1cpu 21/53 49:33 775.117.421 260.774 +0.28 Intel Pentium III EB @1.0Ghz SDRAM: 2-2-2-7 poparamiro
93) TogaII142JD-1cpu 22/53 6:37:46 1.366.153.109 57.246 +0.24 AMD K6-2 @451Mhz SDRAM: 3-3-3-6 poparamiro !!

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Ok everybody, let's make Jean Paul see what kind of crazy enthusiast freaks we have here. It is pretty simple, this chess engine puts enormous stress on the CPU, on all cores/threads, much like LinX or Intel Burn Test. So we can see nice temps with this program, but also how powerfull our CPU's really are. So come on, show me your Nehalems and Skulltrails and any other jewel CPU you are prowd of. I will start with Intel Core i7 860, with stock settings.


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Old 27-08-2009, 23:28   #4
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i7 [email protected] 4.3GHz
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Old 27-08-2009, 23:31   #5
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And....I am beaten allready

Schumy - don't forget this part:
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12. Go to menu above the chessboard and click on 'Position' and select 'Copy Analyses to Clipboard'
11.Now you can easy paste these analyses in a text file

The ranking will look something like this (an old result of mine)

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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
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Ok peopel, I want to see your results! Do you have what it takes to get to the top of the Chess Engine or not?

Here is another sweet thing from me:


Intel Core i5 750 @ 2,8GHz
Gigabyte P55-UD6
2x2GB A-Data DDR3 1333 9-9-9-24
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Okay..a new list is born..

Thanks for your results Monstru & Schumy!
Monstru knows how it works
Schumy is the new number one in this list

If you have any question about the program you can always ask me!
When you get used too with this program,some of you will find out that you can fine tune your system to make it 24/7 stable.
I hope this is a good start and that other people will follow and just try it!
I will regular update the list.

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Here's my result.
This quad-core was buuurning on the stock Intel cooler.
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Thanks Blackoberst!

Wow so high temps...so please don't smoke your cpu for this test

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Wow!!! Problem is that if you see HOT in RealTemp it means that the throttle is triggered, and that means that the performance you have there is not the optimal one
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@ JPQY - great, great test, i will feed my cpu soon with it
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Bwhahahaha.....feed it fire and smell the black smoke
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Hehehe, no smoke this time
Again, great test Jean-Paul.
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Thanks poparamiro...great result you get!

We see already more then 9.2Milj.nodes/sec. not so easy to break that one...Or

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HT OFF update
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Arrrrrghhhhh....Ramiro....I have to test Lynnfield....no time....for this....must resist.....


There will be a time when my i975 will meet LN2


Now, seriously speaking, great results bro!
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That is for vantage and 295 , here only air (and maybe water ) allowed.
Heeheheeee......
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Something a little bit more pedestrian
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Wow!!! Problem is that if you see HOT in RealTemp it means that the throttle is triggered, and that means that the performance you have there is not the optimal one
I pressed the stop button a few seconds after taking the screen-shot and I was keeping an eye on the temps, not itending to fry my cpu at the place where I work.

Another test on my E8600.
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dev - very good, but you have to let it run for at least 5 minutes and also attach the txt.

blackoberst - that is a cool time for a dual-core!
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