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#41
Quickmike

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Dell precision workstation 380
XP Pro
10min 58 sec
pentium 4 3.8ghz
2.0 ghz ram
nvidia quadro FX540

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Regened 2 sessions simultaneously at .0001 tolerance on all ops:

5 min 45 sec ... both finished within seconds of each other.

dual xeons & dual monitors... dual is good.

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if only someone would make a dual xeon laptop. biggrin.gif biggrin.gif

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15 Min 4 Sec
Windows XP Pro
Pent 4 3.2Ghz
1.5 GB Ram

I think it is that slow b/c of the network we are on.

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30 min 50 sec.!
Holy maceral, am I sucking hind teat on this one!! I am offsite using a vpn connection, but still I am surprized how long this took. I have a brandnew hp machine here (2 weeks old)
-Desktop HP compac dx22oo Mt
-Windows XP pro.
-Pentium 4 CPU 3.066
3.06GH and 896 MB Ram

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30 min. 50 sec.!

Holy macerel, am I sucking hind teat here!I have a brand new machine and am working offsite using a vpn connection but I am still surprised how long this took.
-Desktop HP Compaq dx 2200 MT
-Windows xp prof.
Pentium 4 cpu 3.066
3.06 gh 896 mb ram

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You can say that again!

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30 min and 50 sec.!
Wow, this sounds like I am dead last? I am working offsite using a vpn connection but I have a brand new machine?
Desktop HP Compaq dx220 MT
Windows xp professional
Pentium 4 cpu 3.066
3.06 gh with 896 mb ram

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30 min and 50 sec.!
Wow, this sounds like I am dead last? I am working offsite using a vpn connection but I have a brand new machine?
Desktop HP Compaq dx220 MT
Windows xp professional
Pentium 4 cpu 3.066
3.06 gh with 896 mb ram

#50
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Just for grins, those with INTEL and HT turned on, try turning Hyperthreading OFF and re-run the test.

The fact that your 3.2 / 3.4ghz machines are the same speed as a 2.2ghz AMD may be due to having divided your Level 1 cache up to support HT.

IF it is better, let us know. It looks like a LOT of INTEL based systems could benefit if it helps.

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Same part but Metric with same converted tolerance 0.0025mm

Time 5 minutes
CPU Intel Core2 E6600
RAM 2Gb
Win XP

#52
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turned Hyperthreading OFF and it reduced the time from 30 min 50 sec down to 29 min 30 sec. I'm hoping for a 25 minute reduction! Any other sugestions! I guess it must have something to do with the vpn connection?

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If someone could send me the file, I'd like try it on an AMD laptop, and an Intel desktop.
For some reason, the server on the Mcam support site shuts off when the samples are only halfway downloaded.. ??

thanks in advance..

Steve
svp2@netpipe.com

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9.5 minutes

System Manufacturer: Dell Inc.
System Model: Precision M65 Laptop
Processor: Intel® Core™2 CPU T7200 @ 2.00GHz (2 CPUs)
Memory: 2046MB RAM

Card name: NVIDIA Quadro FX 350M
Manufacturer: NVIDIA

I used to have a M70, but th M65 is much faster as it is dual core.

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7min 59 sec

HP nw9440 Mobile Workstation,
Intel Core 2 Duo Processor
T7400, 2.16GHz, with Centrino
Technology, 2GB RAM,

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6 min 40 sec

Home made (assembled) computer
Intel Duo Core 2.66
Windows XP Pro
2 Gb ram

I guess the new computer was well worth it :-)

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Dell Precision 390
Intel Core 2 X6800 @ 2.93GHZ
4 Gig of RAM
Nvidia Quadro FX4500
XP Pro SP2

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9 MIN 05 SEC

Dell Precision 470

Dual Xeons,3.2 GHZ

2GB ram

Windows XP pro

Nvidia Quadro fx1300

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Dell M60 Laptop
Intel Pentium M processor, 1.7GHz
1.5GB RAM
Quadro FX Go1000 graphics card
Display surface/plane intersections: ON

other aps were running during test

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9:02

Dell M65 notebook
Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GHz
2 GB RAM @ 1.99 GHz

Windows XP

I shut down Outlook, iTunes, and other memory hogs.

In our benchmarks the M70 and M65 are pretty close. Some toolpaths - like Parallel seem to be faster on the M65. They have better graphics cards, so when the toolpath includes showing graphics during the calculations, they are faster on the M65, otherwise equivalent.

Online Stopwatch - http://tools.arantius.com/stopwatch