Lster wrote:If the program utilized both cores (smp)...
That is only possible with threading. And gfxlib + threading = messy right now. At very least, using gfxlib from multiple threads is messy.
On my 3GHz P4 (Northwood HT), running Linux, the first results I got were all negative (-250mHz). After declaring t as double, I got 1681 MHz. Seems to me like Intels suck.
2423 MHz on a 3.0 GHz Pentium 4 (Prescott) in a Shuttle ST62K.
I've got a Intel Core Duo (@1.66GHz, 667MHz FSB) which gets around 2600MHz.
If the program utilized both cores (smp) then I could score maybe twice 2500MHz (?)... 5GHz?
KristopherWindsor wrote:I wonder if Linux is the problem.
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