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AMD 1090T, single threaded test so cores were hittign 3.6GHz, 1600 Mem 9-9-9 speed with 2400 CPUNB.

Took longer to clean up the TXT file than it did to run the test.

also seems wierd that the more times it found a phrase the worse performance was. wnt from 2500/s for 6 hits up to 6000/s for 0 hits...


but here you go


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OSHO.TXT:


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 i.e. average performance: 3644KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2708288/6416464496



BNDM_64 49 i.e. average performance: 3695KB/clock
BNDM_64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2779920/6213485968



Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 i.e. average performance: 2914KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 1880784/8251788448



Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 i.e. average performance: 3469KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2701232/6466619104


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 i.e. average performance: 3821KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2708288/6416464496


BNDM_64 49 i.e. average performance: 3756KB/clock
BNDM_64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2779920/6213485968


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 i.e. average performance: 2492KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 1880784/8251788448


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 i.e. average performance: 3530KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2701232/6466619104


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 i.e. average performance: 3958KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2708288/6416464496


BNDM_64 49 i.e. average performance: 2999KB/clock
BNDM_64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2779920/6213485968


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 i.e. average performance: 2432KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 1880784/8251788448


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 i.e. average performance: 3863KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2701232/6466619104


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 i.e. average performance: 3573KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2634368/7091550000


BNDM_64 49 i.e. average performance: 4613KB/clock
BNDM_64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2806144/6595760528


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 i.e. average performance: 3277KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2540592/9256480624


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 i.e. average performance: 3262KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2691888/7089590528


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 i.e. average performance: 3680KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2634368/7091550000


BNDM_64 49 i.e. average performance: 4525KB/clock
BNDM_64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2806144/6595760528


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 i.e. average performance: 2951KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2540592/9256480624

Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 i.e. average performance: 3418KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2691888/7089590528


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 i.e. average performance: 3702KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Tridentx64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2634368/7091550000


BNDM_64 49 i.e. average performance: 3971KB/clock
BNDM_64 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2806144/6595760528


Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 i.e. average performance: 2809KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Elsiane 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2540592/9256480624

Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 i.e. average performance: 3732KB/clock
Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade 49 total Skip-Performance/Iterations: 2691888/7089590528

TEst2 YZ YAppy

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YAPPY: [b 256K] bytes 206908949 -> 95947973 46.4% comp 51.8 MB/s uncomp 971.1 MB/s
YAPPY: [b 256K] bytes 206908949 -> 95947973 46.4% comp 53.7 MB/s uncomp 968.2 MB/s
YAPPY: [b 256K] bytes 206908949 -> 95947973 46.4% comp 48.3 MB/s uncomp 1038.5 MB/s
test3 Qpress

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Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 2
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 841MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.062 = 22%
User Time = 0.421 = 150%
Process Time = 0.483 = 172%
Global Time = 0.280 = 100%
Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 4
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 1576MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.000 = 0%
User Time = 0.514 = 227%
Process Time = 0.514 = 227%
Global Time = 0.226 = 100%
Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 6
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 2525MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.031 = 21%
User Time = 0.452 = 317%
Process Time = 0.483 = 339%
Global Time = 0.142 = 100%
Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 8
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 2118MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.031 = 16%
User Time = 0.546 = 289%
Process Time = 0.577 = 306%
Global Time = 0.188 = 100%
Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 12
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 2118MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.062 = 41%
User Time = 0.530 = 351%
Process Time = 0.592 = 392%
Global Time = 0.150 = 100%
Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 24
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 2525MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.078 = 52%
User Time = 0.436 = 296%
Process Time = 0.514 = 349%
Global Time = 0.147 = 100%
Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 32
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 2525MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.046 = 34%
User Time = 0.436 = 321%
Process Time = 0.483 = 356%
Global Time = 0.135 = 100%
Kazuya_PTHREADed, rev. 0++, a search-hat(wrapper) over qpress written by Lasse Reinhold, written by Kaze.

Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 48
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 1807MB/s
Timer 9.01 : Igor Pavlov : Public domain : 2009-05-31

Kernel Time = 0.171 = 93%
User Time = 0.483 = 264%
Process Time = 0.655 = 358%
Global Time = 0.182 = 100%

test4 lzmm

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206908949 -> 61014895 in 21.11 sec
206908949 -> 61014895 in 23.53 sec
206908949 -> 61014895 in 23.24 sec

test5 quicksort

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Benchmarking 'memcpy' by copying 197MB (OSHO.TXT size) ten times ...
Simplicius says for 'memcpy' performance: 2676 MB/s
Simplicius says for Decompression Ratio: 10%
Simplicius_Simplicissimus_Septupleton 32bit/64bit rev.2, written by Kaze.




Benchmarking 'memcpy' by copying 197MB (OSHO.TXT size) ten times ...
Simplicius says for 'memcpy' performance: 2782 MB/s
Simplicius says for Decompression Ratio: 11%
test6 chess

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Knight-tour.exe, revision 8.

|Sequences(only failures): |Jumps i.e. knight's moves: |Elapsed seconds:
|00,000,000,003,578,340,111 |00,000,000,004,464,360,629 |111.36



|Sequences(only failures): |Jumps i.e. knight's moves: |Elapsed seconds:
|00,000,000,003,578,340,111 |00,000,000,004,464,360,629 |107.85
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Thanks Neuromancer.

>... might want to clean up your site a bit ...
Yeah you are right, I piled up all kind of stuff in a mumbo-jumbo manner, but provided quick links/tags to easy the pain as the following being the home-page/tag of 'Monstrous Jesters' package:
http://www.sanmayce.com/Downloads/index.html#Jesters

Last night I updated rev. B with rev. C (adding ZPAQ as 7th test, and converting qpress.txt to CRLF).

If you are interested here is the converter:

// LF2CRLF.C written by Kaze

#include <stdio.h>

#define LF 10
#define CR 13

main(int argc, char **argv)
{
FILE *in;
FILE *out;
char buffer[1];
char PrevChar[1];

if (argc != 3) {
printf("Usage: LF2CRLF infile outfile\n");
exit(13);
}

if ((in = fopen(argv[1], "rb")) == NULL) {
printf("Can't open %s\n",argv[1]);
exit(1);
}
if ((out = fopen(argv[2], "wb")) == NULL) {
printf("Can't open %s\n",argv[2]);
exit(2);
}

PrevChar[0]=0;
while (fread(buffer, sizeof(char), 1, in) == 1) {
if (buffer[0] == LF && PrevChar[0] != CR)
fputc(CR, out); // Add a CR before the LF only if the previous char was not CR
fputc(buffer[0], out);
PrevChar[0]=buffer[0];
}
}

Thanks Bones.

Glad glad I am for your readiness to help me.
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Thanks a lot Neuromancer, I regret that didn't say exactly how to gather results, you did a lot of editing but there is no need of any, sorry for misleading you.

Something wrong with the test qpress: Process Time = 0.483 = 339% which suggests 4 threads?!
Is this AMD with 6cores or 4cores? AMD says that 1090T has 6cores.
http://shop.amd.com/us/All/ModelsPer...henomiix6black

You gave me some valuable information about AMD Phenom II X6 Black (45nm, 6 cores, 512KB L2 6144KB L3), it was a missing and needed test. I am still an AMD's fan despite their recent decline.

Some quick notes:

1]
Roughly speaking I have had some illusions about shining of Railgun_Quadruplet_7Hasherezade (using hashed approach), again the wonderful BNDM_64 eclipses the rest, I need the full dump in order to examine the exact behavior of all 4 functions through different patterns, though.

>... also seems wierd that the more times it found a phrase the worse performance was ...
The number of hits is not important but the length (and the TYPE mainly) of the phrase, this is the cause of my affection toward fine MEMMEM tuning - it needs careful analysis taking in account different string ranges/lengths.

2]
Sadly for some reason (I am puzzled here) Yappy test shows bad news?!
YAPPY: [b 256K] bytes 206908949 -> 95947973 46.4% comp 48.3 MB/s uncomp 1038.5 MB/s
1038.5 MB/s vs 1385.9 MB/s (on i7 2600K tested by rickss69), nah.

3]
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_THREAD_COUNT: 6
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESSION_LEVEL: 3
Kazuya_PTHREADed: DEFAULT_COMPRESS_CHUNK_SIZE: 524288
Kazuya_PTHREADed: Decompression RAM-to-RAM performance: 2525MB/s

Sight for sore eyes, very pleasing indeed but I am awfully greedy I need 4400MB/s, why? That is why:
One of nifty benefits from Lasse's light-fast Lempel-Ziv library is to boost the sequential external RAM reads (HDDs, SSDs). For example if you have 520MB/s burst read (SATA III SSD) then you need xMB/s in order to double the burst load/read into physical/main RAM. The calculation is simple: assume we have those 520MB/s then in order to traverse OSHO.TXT(197MB) it would take 197/520=0.378s, when running qpress: OSHO.TXT.qp(75MB) it would take 75/520 + 197/2525 = 0.222s or ((0.378-0.222)/0.222)*100% = 70.2% boosting. Now I want 2x520MB/s this requires 0.378s/2=0.189s or the above mentioned 75/520 + 197/x = 0.189 which equals x = 197/(0.189-(75/520))=4400MB/s, a dream soon to come true.

And all this performed when using qpress (PTHREADed QuickLZ) in the dummy synchronous mode being slower than asynchronous.

4]
Intel's memcpy():
Simplicius says for 'memcpy' performance: 2676 MB/s

Microsoft's memcpy():
Simplicius says for 'memcpy' performance: 2782 MB/s

The pancake is turned - on Intel CPUs first result (Intel compiler used) is better than the second (Microsoft compiler used).

I don't know whether the forum allows it but the easiest way is to attach a ZIP file (of all resultant text files which are in your NOTEPAD) it is less than 64KB, or to email me this ZIP file to sanmayce@sanmayce.com, in future revisions (I want to gather results on some really overclocked monsters) my plan is to create a single HTML file (similar to the EVEREST's report) out of all (7 so far) resultant text files with a simple C written tool, in this way I will eliminate the torture you went through.
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it is a 6 core cpu.


I will rerun all tests and save the unedited txt files and ul them

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Thanks a lot.

Very glad that AMD is the first CPU to be added side-by-side with my T7500. However I am disappointed from far-from uncompromising performance shown by AMD Phenom II X6 'Thuban' 1090T 6-core Black Edition, as I saw at:
http://www.futurelooks.com/the-amd-p...cessor-review/

"In a nutshell, it allows the CPU to dynamically overclock up to three of its own cores to provide extra performance. In the case of the 1090T pictured in the screenshot, we see that a couple of the cores have hit 3.6GHz, one is at 3.2GHz, which is the stock CPU speed, and the rest of them are clocked way down."
As the task manager shows first two working on 3584MHz, the third at ????MHz, the fourth on 3255MHz and rest two under 2000MHz!!! This is not a desktop CPU at all, grrr. All-in-all I hate AMD's Turbo CORE, it is like throwing dices - not utilizing the full power due to temperature limits. As for INTEL’s Turbo Boost I don't like it either - not knowing what is going on due to dynamical resets is like selling you a car and saying "you don't need these high RPMs or torque because you cannot change gears as we do", not for me. I prefer Turbo Boost disabled during the tests.

I was under the impression that BE (Black Edition) AMD CPUs were counterparts of X (Extreme) Intel CPUs. More useful would be a variant running all its cores at full speed - for extreme tests it is mandatory.
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I got x79 up and running, putting in the quad channel memory tonight so will run your bench again on that.

As for the turbo core, it is exactly the same way it runs on Intel.

Most of the benches were bouncing around at 3.6 on my AMD stuff. It will hit 3.8 on the intel setup for single core, so far multithread testing = 3.5 across all cores.

I normally disable Speed step on Intel since it gave a laggy feel in general usage. But having trouble disabling it without disabling turbo on this Gigabutt board.
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Thanks,
as for turbo CORE/BOOST AFAIK it is a complex internal tweak not only increasing CPU frequency but RAM timings and who-knows-what-else, my point is that I want to see how the CPU-RAM system responds to a particular test/program i.e. to gather stable results.

In order to feel how fundamental is sorting (I still don't get why major benchmarks lack it) here comes my newest phrase-checking package 'Dumbino', made last night it is the first (free and open-source) English phrase-checker:
http://www.sanmayce.com/Downloads/index.html#Dumbino

In a few words: MJ test Quicksort helps one understand how different CPU-RAM systems would behave on a really heavy load, by heavy I mean my current corpus of four-word-phrases (879,557,846), the MJ Quicksort test sorts 206,908,943 - in 'Dumbino' package I gave 140,222,335 phrases (after ripping the Google-books US n-gram corpus 400GB in size). Now in order to phrase-check (spell-check uses 1-grams) an entire ebook consisted of 42,208 4-gram phrases Dumbino mixes them with those 140,222,335 and resorts them, thus all familiar and unfamiliar phrases pop-up in SUB-LINEAR time!

@Neuromancer: When you have time (this year) I would like to hear your opinion on this subject (monstrous phrase-checking) which has been, is and will be in my sight for a long time.

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Just wanted to throw a look at x79 and it is amazing it blows houses away:
Gigabyte X79 UD3, i7-3960X 4590MHz, Quad Channel at 1020MHz at 9-11-10-28 clocks:
Sandra says for memory bandwidth 49GB/s, i.e. 4x12 (with limit 4x12.8), it simply silenced me.

The info was taken from:
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To see how Gigabyte 990FXA UD5, AMD 1090T is positioned against the Gigabyte X79 UD3, i7-3960X from the above post:

Stock Phenom II X6 1090T 'Thuban':
Core speed 3214MHz, Bus speed 200MHz, dual channel at 803MHz at 9-9-9-28 clocks
Sandra says for Integer Memory Bandwidth: 12.54GB/s

Overclocked Phenom II X6 1090T 'Thuban':
Core speed 4125MHz, Bus speed 250MHz, dual channel at 1000MHz at 9-9-9-24 clocks
Sandra says for Integer Memory Bandwidth: 19.28GB/s

Stock i7 3960X 'Sandy Bridge-E':
Core speed 3600MHz, Bus speed 100MHz, quad channel at 800MHz at 11-11-13-28 clocks
Sandra says for Integer Memory Bandwidth: 39GB/s

Overclocked i7 3960X 'Sandy Bridge-E':
Core speed 4590MHz, Bus speed 127MHz, quad channel at 1020MHz at 9-11-10-28 clocks
Sandra says for Integer Memory Bandwidth: 49GB/s
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