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Message 1299 - Posted: 21 Oct 2009, 20:11:56 UTC
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i just discovered boincstat's per-computer points per day function. i'm a bit curious about peoples' *NON-OVERCLOCKED* CPU performance.

here's *my* findings... (using an optimized app)

Phenom X4 9550 (2.2ghz) (approx): 1600
Phenom II X3 705e (2.5ghz) (very very rough est): 1200 (it gets interrupted to game a lot)
Athlon 64 X2 4200+ (2.2ghz): 480 (highish confidence)
i7 920 (2.8ghz): 2500 (high confidence)
i7 920 (2.8ghz): 3050 (high confidence) (linux)

what are you guys getting (non overclocked performance preferred)? maybe mark it clearly if you OC...

edit: i'm particularly curious about Phenom II X4 940 perf (and the Athlon II X4 620)
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Message 1300 - Posted: 23 Oct 2009, 8:14:06 UTC

You can find auto-generated table here: http://www.enigmaathome.net/cpu_os.php - a lot of the CPUs are listed, but unfortunately BOINC does not report real clock speed, so it's impossible to sort CPUs by clock.



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Message 1314 - Posted: 3 Nov 2009, 21:04:50 UTC
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i'm assuming you can see who overclocks? (i'm guessing it's pretty obvious if you look at it on a chart/graph)

if yes, does this take that into consideration (and do you drop them)? or does the average of OCers and people crunching with a lower than normal performance average out?

edit: oh "auto generated" .. so i assume you don't drop them, then...
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Message 1318 - Posted: 7 Nov 2009, 15:07:06 UTC

There are too many variables, for example overclocked CPU running default app may be slower than one running optimized app at default clock. So the table shows only the combined average for each CPU.

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