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Vaio V505EC

 

Results 33.70

System Info

Xbench Version 1.2

System Version 10.4.1 (8B1025)

Physical RAM 512 MB

Model ADP2,1

Drive Type TOSHIBA MK6021GAS

CPU Test 19.67

GCD Loop 76.48 4.03 Mops/sec

Floating Point Basic 33.74 801.56 Mflop/sec

vecLib FFT 7.10 234.10 Mflop/sec

Floating Point Library 50.70 8.83 Mops/sec

Thread Test 55.40

Computation 42.51 861.22 Kops/sec, 4 threads

Lock Contention 79.51 3.42 Mlocks/sec, 4 threads

Memory Test 49.65

System 49.06

Allocate 118.38 434.73 Kalloc/sec

Fill 47.01 2285.82 MB/sec

Copy 31.82 657.26 MB/sec

Stream 50.26

Copy 45.47 939.10 MB/sec

Scale 45.87 947.70 MB/sec

Add 56.10 1195.04 MB/sec

Triad 55.63 1190.15 MB/sec

Quartz Graphics Test 90.68

Line 74.64 4.97 Klines/sec [50% alpha]

Rectangle 84.76 25.30 Krects/sec [50% alpha]

Circle 99.69 8.13 Kcircles/sec [50% alpha]

Bezier 98.50 2.48 Kbeziers/sec [50% alpha]

Text 102.47 6.41 Kchars/sec

OpenGL Graphics Test 25.36

Spinning Squares 25.36 32.18 frames/sec

User Interface Test 64.33

Elements 64.33 295.25 refresh/sec

Disk Test 25.84

Sequential 47.08

Uncached Write 38.76 23.80 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Write 40.43 22.88 MB/sec [256K blocks]

Uncached Read 79.25 23.19 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Read 45.84 23.04 MB/sec [256K blocks]

Random 17.80

Uncached Write 6.20 0.66 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Write 36.32 11.63 MB/sec [256K blocks]

Uncached Read 50.00 0.35 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Read 63.29 11.74 MB/sec [256K blocks]

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Amd64 s939 Winchester 3200+ 2.0ghz @ 2.45ghz

Msi K8n Neo2 Platinum M/board

1g pc4000 Ram

Radeon 9600 pro

WD Cavier 80Gb H/drive

 

75.44

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Just for a laugh:

 

Specs

 

PowerMac 7500 G3/500

Rage 128 Pro

Onboard SCSI

Mac OS X 10.3.9

 

Score: 5.62

 

:ninja:

 

I don't know about Xbench being a "useless metric" but I can say that this score truely reflects how much OS X sucks on this Old World Mac.

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Just for a laugh:

 

Specs

 

PowerMac 7500 G3/500

Rage 128 Pro

Onboard SCSI

Mac OS X 10.3.9

 

Score:  5.62   

 

;)

 

I don't know about Xbench being a "useless metric" but I can say that this score truely reflects how much OS X sucks on this Old World Mac.

LOL. My G3/500imac got a little over 9....ssllooww ;). But the funny thing is I used it more than my brand new PC running windows. The PC was a nintendo until osx86!

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LOL.  My G3/500imac got a little over 9....ssllooww ;).  But the funny thing is I used it more than my brand new PC running windows.  The PC was a nintendo until osx86!

At least you can play games on a nintendo :P

 

I'll post a xbench of my 266mhz iMac oc'd to 300mhz later B)

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Original Mac mini 1.25Ghz OverClocked to 1.5Ghz

1GB Ram - PC3200

Original 4200 rpm Drive (TOSHIBA MK4025GAS)

ATI Radeon 9200 (249.75Mhz), overclocked to 276.75Mhz (Using ATIccelerator II)

32MB Vram (190.13Mhz), overclocked to 210.38Mhz (Using ATIccelerator II)

 

44.60 - Using ATIccelerator II - 5 test average

42.39 - No Video Acceleration - 5 test average

 

 

edit: spelling :)

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At least you can play games on a nintendo  :)

 

I'll post a xbench of my 266mhz iMac oc'd to 300mhz later  :)

Yep, when I want to play game, or just to dabble around with spy/adware I just boot into Wintendows. Whats really sad is your screaming fast OC'd 266mhz is probably more useful than Windows on my new PC/Mac! :o

 

Here's a question for everyone... my xbench scores beat a mac mini by around 25points. But, my cpu scores were lower than the mini because of this test -> vecLib FFT. The mac mini had a score of 82.90 (2.73 Gflop/sec), and my score was 13.77 (454.22 Mflop/sec). They are two very different chips, but what causes the difference in the numbers, whats that benchmarks relevance to speed, and if it is relevant.. is there something driver wise slowing it down?

 

Edit: forgot.. my proc=AMD3000/2.31Ghz Vs. MacMini proc= G4/1.42Ghz.

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Yep, when I want to play game, or just to dabble around with spy/adware I just boot into Wintendows.  Whats really sad is your screaming fast OC'd 266mhz is probably more useful than Windows on my new PC/Mac!    :)

 

Here's a question for everyone... my xbench scores beat a mac mini by around 25points.  But, my cpu scores were lower than the mini because of this test -> vecLib FFT.  The mac mini had a score of 82.90 (2.73 Gflop/sec), and my score was 13.77 (454.22 Mflop/sec).  They are two very different chips, but what causes the difference in the numbers, whats that benchmarks relevance to speed, and if it is relevant.. is there something driver wise slowing it down?

 

Edit:  forgot..  my proc=AMD3000/2.31Ghz      Vs.    MacMini proc= G4/1.42Ghz.

Could quite possibly be due to the lack of altivec and the SSE2 patch...

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33.49

 

Intel P4 2.59GHz

512MB ram

Generic Dell Dimension 8300mobo(875 "Canterwood" i believe)

WD 80GB HD, not sure of exact model

Nvidia GeForce FX 5200 Ultra

Results.txt

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Hi, here are my results

 

My configuration is:

 

ASRock P4 Dual-915GL

onboard Intel graphics (shared memory, QE & CI supported)

512 mb ram (2 x 256mb PC3200)

Pentium 4 3.0 Ghz (HT, SSE3, 800MHz FSBus, 1MB L2 cache)

200 gb Maxtor 6Y200P0 (dual boot windows/macosx)

 

The overall score was 39.93

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Sony Vaio VGN-T350p

 

Intel Pentium M 753 @ 1.2ghz

512mb ddr 2700

80gb hdd @ 4200

Intel 855GME Graphics

 

I wonder where I rank. I always wonder how this compares to a system with functioning core graphics and quartz extreme.

 

Personally, I'm clueless as to how its running any Quartz tests when profiler makes mention of the lacking of such. But that's another thread, and another topic.

 

LOL. What a piece of {censored}. 16.28 was the average. Oy... OS X is crappy-hardware friendly then. It runs great.

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An amazing 12.65!

HP NX9010 2.8GHz P4, 512MBs PC2700, integraged broadcom wireless, 80GB HD. I think I'v narrowed my problems down to complete lack of support for any ATi motherboard chipsets. Using AppleGenericPCATA.kext. Slow slow slow, but this has talked me into buying a mac. I'm going to sell this laptop and get an iBook or something similar,

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XBench results below

 

Dell 9300 1.73MHz 2GB 5400rpm seagate momentus

30gb Tiger / 20gb XP / 30gb data

 

 

Results 48.15

System Info

Xbench Version 1.2

System Version 10.4.1 (8B1025)

Physical RAM 2048 MB

Model ADP2,1

Drive Type ST9808211A

CPU Test 25.56

GCD Loop 224.68 11.84 Mops/sec

Floating Point Basic 44.79 1.06 Gflop/sec

vecLib FFT 8.87 292.66 Mflop/sec

Floating Point Library 58.91 10.26 Mops/sec

Thread Test 80.60

Computation 69.93 1.42 Mops/sec, 4 threads

Lock Contention 95.12 4.09 Mlocks/sec, 4 threads

Memory Test 76.54

System 79.71

Allocate 146.92 539.52 Kalloc/sec

Fill 62.95 3060.96 MB/sec

Copy 66.90 1381.88 MB/sec

Stream 73.61

Copy 66.77 1379.19 MB/sec

Scale 67.52 1394.93 MB/sec

Add 81.73 1741.08 MB/sec

Triad 81.18 1736.74 MB/sec

Quartz Graphics Test 74.42

Line 62.79 4.18 Klines/sec [50% alpha]

Rectangle 67.85 20.26 Krects/sec [50% alpha]

Circle 76.00 6.19 Kcircles/sec [50% alpha]

Bezier 86.21 2.17 Kbeziers/sec [50% alpha]

Text 85.02 5.32 Kchars/sec

OpenGL Graphics Test 33.36

Spinning Squares 33.36 42.32 frames/sec

User Interface Test 95.79

Elements 95.79 439.63 refresh/sec

Disk Test 37.12

Sequential 62.07

Uncached Write 47.15 28.95 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Write 66.47 37.61 MB/sec [256K blocks]

Uncached Read 67.88 19.87 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Read 74.29 37.34 MB/sec [256K blocks]

Random 26.48

Uncached Write 8.91 0.94 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Write 70.03 22.42 MB/sec [256K blocks]

Uncached Read 70.05 0.50 MB/sec [4K blocks]

Uncached Read 97.36 18.07 MB/sec [256K blocks]

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9300 1.73 2GB Dual-Crucial WXGA+ Sammy SEC5857 Driver 77.7 380/780 3dmark5 4436K OC in XP Tiger OSx & XP

 

 

 

How does this relate? and does the video situation impact it?

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Now this is weird. I would've thought TPS would have the ideal kit for osx86. His score is 39.93.

 

How does ZX81 get a 48.15 with almost half the cpu speed?

 

:)

 

I ran Xbench twice on a Mac Mini 1.4x at the Apple store last night and both times got 47.xx. Those Minis are perky little boxes and I would cobble together an x86 box if I thought it would be comparable.

 

Maybe this question belongs in its own thread but are there advantages in 64-bit and/or Hyper-threading with osx86?

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