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Great response guys!

 

I'd have to say that I'm suprised by some, not so suprised by others. Hopefully we can get some more AMD results and some more laptop results. This will be a wonderful tool for those looking at new workstations. cheers.gif

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Dell 470

Xeon 3.2

2Gb Ram ??? speed

WiNdOzE xppro

Quadro 3450

coffe cup IN CD draw, Duct tape holding the case on....

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6 min 30 sec

 

dell precision 490

xeon dual core 2.66 GHz

3 GB RAM

XP Pro

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Does anyone have A Dell M90 laptop, or equivelant, with the core 2 duo processor they can test? Were looking at getting one and I would like to know how it stacks up.

 

thank you,

 

 

Keith, I just re-read your post (you said you'd test your M90). My reading comprehension must not be to good today.

 

Thanks!

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9min 5sec

 

Dell M90 Laptop

T2600 processor (dual core 2.16Ghz)

2GB RAM

FX 2500M graphics card

95% Toolpath RAM Allocation

Display surface/plane intersections: OFF

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10 minutes 14 seconds

 

 

Pentium 4 - 3.4 (800mhz FSB)(with HT)

4 gig pc3200 RAM

XP Pro sp2

GeForce FX 5950 Ultra

 

 

X2 SP1 & X2 MR1 SP1

Tried them both with identical times.

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11min 31 sec

pentium® 4 3.4GHz 1 gig memory

XP Pro

 

Will let you know on laptop tonight

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Dell Precision 690

Dual Xeons,3gig

Ram 3gigs

Raid 0

Xp-Pro

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It looks like the new dual core Xeon's rule the

pack.

A couple of years ago my P4 3.2EE smoked

the 2.4 Xeon I had at work. Its looks like

a new dual core Xeon 2.66 beats my time by half

 

and

 

the dual core Pentiums beat the older sigle core

P4's even though they have a slower clock speed.

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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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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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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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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

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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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