Post your Super Pi 1M scores here:

edited December 2011 in Hardware
OK, here's another benchmark that's been around a while and is pretty quick to run. It's called Super Pi and it calculates Pi out to various lengths. I like it because it checks how quick the particular platform can do math.

Most people bench out to either 1M or 2M places; I pefer 1M because it doesn't take as long to run. Attached is the installer I had downloaded, which actually will install it into the start menu and has an uninstaller; you can also find out on the net the program itself that you drop into a folder to run. They are both the same though; the one I'm attaching just makes it easier to get to.

Anyways, here's some scores from my machines:

1. Northie 2.4C@3300, (275X12) and 2.5-4-4-8 timings 1:1 - 41 seconds
2. XP-M 2600@2425(220X11) and 2-2-2-11 timings 1:1 - 40 seconds
3. XP-M2400@2316(178X13) and 2.5-4-4-7 timings 1:1 - 46 seconds
4. A64 3000+(skt 939)@2560(320X8) and 2.5-4-3-7 timings @ 166 setting(256 MHz) - 33 seconds
5. Pentium M 755(2.0) laptop and mem@166 and 2.5-3-3-7 timings - 42 seconds

EDIT: I updated the Superpi attachment to the latest one, which will give you your time down to 3 decimals instead of whole seconds. Please use this version instead of the old one for running Superpi.:)


  • Access_DeniedAccess_Denied tennessee
    edited December 2004
    P4 Northwood 2.6Ghz 512 Kinston valueram at stock timings 1m 2s
    with 35 porcesses running in the background
  • ThraxThrax 🐌 Austin, TX Icrontian
    edited December 2004
    215 (2-2-2-11) x 10.5 = 2262MHz JIUHB/DLT3C Athlon XP 1700+ Thoroughbred-B; 42 seconds.
  • GnomeWizarddGnomeWizardd Member 4 Life Akron, PA Icrontian
    edited December 2004
    3400+ stock 35s
  • entropyentropy Yah-Der-Hey (Wisconsin)
    edited December 2004
    Haha, wow. 2.26 ghz AMD shows up a 3.17 ghz Northwood. Why did I buy this thing?

    46 seconds
  • mmonninmmonnin Centreville, VA
    edited December 2004
    2.4GHz 200*12 Mobile - 45s
    1.6 P-M - 48s

    Im guessing FSB matters in this since mine seems to be a lot lower than others.
  • edited December 2004
    mmonnin wrote:
    2.4GHz 200*12 Mobile - 45s
    1.6 P-M - 48s

    Im guessing FSB matters in this since mine seems to be a lot lower than others.

    It also matters what processes you have running too. Also, memory timings will factor in on it.
  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada Member
    edited December 2004
    Can't quite budge below 40s. FSB seems to influence superpi scores more heavily than raw clock from what I could see. I could acheive 40s using the multi/fsb in my sig. I cranked it up to 11x231 for about ~2.54GHz (quite unstable), but it did not shave another second off.
  • edited December 2004
    Well, I followed your example, lemonlime, and since we just had a nice cold front blow in and I have the computer room quite cool now I jacked my NF7S rig up a bit and got me a new best with it. It wasn't real stable at that speed but it was stable enough to finally complete a superpi run. ;D
  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada Member
    edited December 2004
    2645MHz :respect: .. :thumbsup:

    I have a hard time booting at anything above ~2.55, but 2.45 is my max prime stable, even with load temps in low-mid 30s.
  • SimGuySimGuy Ottawa, Canada
    edited December 2004
    Stock FX-55 @ DDR400.
  • edited December 2004
    This is about as fast as I can presently get my 3000+ right now, until I get some more vcore for it. Looks like that extra cache on the FX makes a bit of difference, huh SimGuy?
  • Access_DeniedAccess_Denied tennessee
    edited December 2004
    well i thought i would cheat (shame on me) and try a run in safe mode but i ended up adding 18 secs onto my already slowest-of-all-of-you scores :o

    edit~ i forgot to put my time didnt i...

    1m 20s on 2ed run thru :shakehead
  • dragonV8dragonV8 not here much New
    edited March 2005
    Nothing special, i guess but it's a start. Now i have something to try and improve on. :)

    Don't know if it makes a difference, but it is folding at the same time.
  • W4R-H1LDW4R-H1LD Chesterfield VA
    edited March 2005
    Here ya go
    test.JPG 108.8K
  • GargGarg Purveyor of Lincoln Nightmares Icrontian
    edited March 2005
    43s on my work computer - Xeon 3.4

    (when compared to Gnome's, we get more proof that Athlon 64s are better than Xeons, as if we needed it :D)
  • profdlpprofdlp The Holy City Of Westlake, Ohio
    edited March 2005
    Athlon 64 3500+ at stock speed:


    Getting ready to order a new (non-AMD retail version) Heat Sink for a little O/C action. :cool:
  • edited March 2005
    P4 2.4c @ 3271mhz, 43 Seconds, 54sx2 Instances.

    The Xeon 3.4 is probably built on a Prescott core, just goes to show what I've been saying all along about Northwood>Prescott is accurate, I'm at over 100mhz below the Xeon and turning in the same speed (yeah, my FSB is 1088, I know, I know, but that just evens up the clock speeds) I wish I could wring a few more mhz out of this chip, stably.
  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada Member
    edited March 2005
    10x270, however some pretty weak timings (2.5-4-4-8 1T). Ram is stable at 2.5-3-3-7 at 270MHz, however the memory controller cant quite cope with that at 2.7GHz. Appears to be 100% prime stable for 12 hours, but I usually leave it at 260x10 2.5-4-3-7 for 24/7 operation.
  • edited April 2005
    Here's my two pen'rth:

  • dragonV8dragonV8 not here much New
    edited April 2005
    Some nice numbers Rettspann. She's fairly humming along.!!!!! :thumbsup:

    Have you tried F:fold:LDING with it by chance?? In HT mode, she push out some nice points. :) :smokin:

    In case you're not aware what it is about. ;)
  • TheLostSwedeTheLostSwede Trondheim, Norway Icrontian
    edited August 2005
    Got the FX to a stable 3 ghz on air finally.


    Thats with a 2GB kit at loose timings. I'd easily shave a minute or 2 off with 2,2,2,5 timings.
  • edited August 2005
    36 seconds for 1m.

    Everything stock, specs in my sig.
  • airbornflghtairbornflght Houston, TX Icrontian
    edited August 2005
    Hey, you all make my 64 2800 look pretty good. I got a 52 sec run with winamp playing flac...cant wait till i get the memory with tight timmings. :cool:
  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada Member
    edited November 2005
    Time for a thread resurrection.. someone smoke my score ;)
  • lemonlimelemonlime Canada Member
    edited December 2005
    (teh vapo) TCCD this time, not BH5..

  • csimoncsimon Acadiana Icrontian
    edited December 2005
    Not bad for the old Barton I guess.
  • csimoncsimon Acadiana Icrontian
    edited December 2005
    Super Pi
    Super Pi SSE2
    Super Pi SSE3 :thumbsup:
  • edited December 2005
    Ran this (without stopping any of the process's) see what would happen. I have just a little 'ol gaming machine so I'm not sure how it'll rank; but here you go:

    + 000h 00m 42s [1M]

    My laptop is a:

    Dell Inspiron 9100
    P4 3.20 GHz
    2GB of RAM
    60G HDD (7200RPM)
    Radeon 9800 AGP w/ 256MB

    Its big, heavy, and is a ton of fun.... :thumbsup:
  • edited April 2006
    - Kenkerkutiv
    - Time: 39.719
    - Model of CPU: Sempron64 2500+
    - Codename : Palermo
    - real mhz :2425mhz (346x7) 1.39v
    - Memory Models: Markvision DDR400 @ 170mhz 2.5-3-2-7
    - MB of Ram: 512
    - Mobo: ASus K8N
    - SO: Windows Xp Sp2

    Reggarts from Chile!
  • profdlpprofdlp The Holy City Of Westlake, Ohio
    edited April 2006
    That's a nice overclock you have going, Kenkerkutiv. :thumbsup:
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