Super PI – How fast is your processor ?

Super PI small PI calculator, and it pretty much sums up how fast is your processor. Just run the Super PI calculator and post results or even compare it with other people here. Let’s expose our processors.


Downloads: Linux, Windows

Windows users can compare results of total time taken to calculate 1M digits of PI.

Linux users can compare results of command, ./super_pi 20

I admit, I shouldn’t be talking about processors speeds with the kind of outdated processor I have. But I believe my 2mb L2 is still keeping me in competetion 😛

Here are my results :

Start of PI calculation up to 1048576 decimal digits
End of initialization. Time= 0.472 Sec.
I= 1 L= 0 Time= 1.616 Sec.
I= 2 L= 0 Time= 1.892 Sec.
I= 3 L= 1 Time= 1.888 Sec.
I= 4 L= 2 Time= 1.892 Sec.
I= 5 L= 5 Time= 1.892 Sec.
I= 6 L= 10 Time= 1.900 Sec.
I= 7 L= 21 Time= 1.896 Sec.
I= 8 L= 43 Time= 1.896 Sec.
I= 9 L= 87 Time= 1.900 Sec.
I=10 L= 174 Time= 1.896 Sec.
I=11 L= 349 Time= 1.876 Sec.
I=12 L= 698 Time= 1.896 Sec.
I=13 L= 1396 Time= 1.904 Sec.
I=14 L= 2794 Time= 1.884 Sec.
I=15 L= 5588 Time= 1.884 Sec.
I=16 L= 11176 Time= 1.872 Sec.
I=17 L= 22353 Time= 1.856 Sec.
I=18 L= 44707 Time= 1.796 Sec.
I=19 L= 89415 Time= 1.700 Sec.
End of main loop
End of calculation. Time= 37.286 Sec.
End of data output. Time= 0.224 Sec.
Total calculation(I/O) time= 37.510( 0.912) Sec.

So it takes 37.510 seconds to calculate 1M digits of PI at my Pentium M Centrino 1.73Ghz with 2MB L2. Will post results from Blade Power Edge Server at my workplace which is a Quad Core state of art Server.

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50 Responses to “Super PI – How fast is your processor ?”

  1. Chetan Says:

    Pentium core 2 – 1.83Ghz, 1GB Ram, 2MB L2 Cache

    32.766 seconds .. 32 seconds on an average

  2. kx Says:

    Windows / Linux ?

  3. kx Says:

    Office PC : 52.125s , Damn!!!???
    Windows
    Intel (R) Pentium (R) 4, 2.80Ghz

  4. kx Says:

    Another one, Windows
    39.185s
    Intel (R) Pentium (R) D CPU, 3.40Ghz
    These are new Desktops at Office.

  5. kx Says:

    Windows,
    42s
    Intel(R) Xeon(TM) CPU 3.20Ghz
    This one is a Blade Server

  6. Saeed Says:

    Core 2 Due – 2.33Ghz, 2GB Ram, 4MB L2 Cache
    1M – 22 Sec
    2M – 52 Sec

  7. Amit Says:

    whats wrong with the blade server?

  8. Amit Says:

    core 2, 2ghz,4mb l2,windows

    26 secs,

  9. Kx Says:

    Even I was wondering, Looks like the test used up only on one core or sthing like that. Its a quad core by the way. May be the blade needs a 64bit OS 😉

  10. Romania Says:

    Pentium Core 2 Duo 2,6 MHz 2 GB RAM
    + 000h 00m 18s [ 1M]
    + 000h 00m 45s [ 2M]

  11. terminator Says:

    Dell precision, duo core, 2,7 Ghz, 2G ram …. 32 M of PI have taken only 17 sec ………..

  12. billywu69 Says:

    Pentium dual core 2.66 ghz with 2gigs of ram 19 secs running on vista

  13. Corbin Says:

    Dell Vostro 1500 Laptop
    Intel T7500 Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz; 4MB Cache; 2GB RAM; Win XP

    21 seconds to 1M digit
    52 seconds to 2M digit

  14. Paul Doyle Says:

    Pentium 4(C) 3.4 GHz Northwood, 512KB L2 cache, 4 GB DDR dual chan PC3200 800 MHz RAM, Win XP Pro SP2

    45 seconds 1M digits (temp: 38C at start, 48C at finish)

  15. RJ Says:

    Core 2 Duo E8400 oc’d to 4.05 Ghz, 6mb L2 cache, 2GB RAM…. 11.839 seconds…. wow.

  16. To6eto Says:

    Athlon 64X2 4400MH 45 sec …..1M of pi

  17. Kx Says:

    RJ that’s the best I have seen!!! 🙂

  18. Kx Says:

    I think Windows is giving *lesser* results than Linux for the same machines. Can someone confirm this for this lazy animal ?

  19. Kx Says:

    Ya, I think Windows machines are giving +10 secs from Linux counterparts. I think it has to be something with the binaries are implemented on both OSes.

  20. don Says:

    q6600 @ 3.00 ghz

    1m = 17 sec

  21. c.bijlsma Says:

    14.687 sec on 1 m
    E8500 stock

  22. Snidd111 Says:

    q6600 @ 2.4 Ghz

    1M = 22.453s

  23. Phil Says:

    1M=18.813s

    E6530 Dual core 3ghz

  24. zephod Says:

    q6600 o/c@3.11ghz – ubuntu 8.04 x86_64

    1M = 12.537 secs

  25. Saeed Says:

    Core 2 Due – 2.5Ghz, 2GB Ram, 6MB L2 Cache
    1M – 19.745 Sec
    2M – 51.899 Sec

  26. Hans Says:

    1M – 18.141s
    2M – 42.343s
    4M – 1min 35.84s

    Q6600 @ 2.8Ghz (400 x 7)
    DDR3 @ 1600 mhz (7-7-7-20)
    Windows XP SP2

    Will try Q6600 @ 3.2Ghz somewhere this week.

  27. ascorth Says:

    1M-30s
    E2180 dual core 2.0 Ghz
    with RAM DDRII 1 GB run at Win XP

    1M-26s
    overclock 2.4 GHz

  28. Saeed Says:

    E7300 Core 2 Due – 2.66Ghz, 4GB Ram, 3MB L2 Cache
    1M – 20.45 Sec
    2M – 50.12 Sec

  29. Greg Says:

    intel Core i7 920 (new…yay) – 2.66Ghz 8MB L3, 8GB PC 9200
    1M- 13.89
    2M – 29.19
    Vista x64

  30. conner Says:

    e7300 @ 3.2ghz = 16 seconds for 1mb
    40 seconds for 2mb

  31. jin Says:

    Acer Aspire One A110L (netbook), Intel Atom N270 @1.6GHz, 1.5GB RAM, Linpus Linux Lite.

    —— Started super_pi run : Thu Jan 1 18:12:40 EET 2009
    Start of PI calculation up to 1048576 decimal digits
    End of initialization. Time= 1.280 Sec.
    I= 1 L= 0 Time= 3.916 Sec.
    I= 2 L= 0 Time= 4.476 Sec.
    I= 3 L= 1 Time= 4.372 Sec.
    I= 4 L= 2 Time= 4.496 Sec.
    I= 5 L= 5 Time= 4.712 Sec.
    I= 6 L= 10 Time= 4.672 Sec.
    I= 7 L= 21 Time= 4.712 Sec.
    I= 8 L= 43 Time= 4.488 Sec.
    I= 9 L= 87 Time= 4.524 Sec.
    I=10 L= 174 Time= 4.396 Sec.
    I=11 L= 349 Time= 4.376 Sec.
    I=12 L= 698 Time= 4.540 Sec.
    I=13 L= 1396 Time= 4.472 Sec.
    I=14 L= 2794 Time= 4.280 Sec.
    I=15 L= 5588 Time= 4.428 Sec.
    I=16 L= 11176 Time= 4.408 Sec.
    I=17 L= 22353 Time= 4.156 Sec.
    I=18 L= 44707 Time= 4.164 Sec.
    I=19 L= 89415 Time= 3.820 Sec.
    End of main loop
    End of calculation. Time= 88.286 Sec.
    End of data output. Time= 0.472 Sec.
    Total calculation(I/O) time= 88.758( 2.188) Sec.

  32. jin Says:

    Acer Aspire One A110L (netbook), Intel Atom N270 @1.6GHz, 1.5GB RAM, Linpus Linux Lite = 191 seconds for 2MB

  33. Foxhound99 Says:

    E5200 @ 3.7 GHz= 17 Seconds (1 million super pi run)

  34. Riband Says:

    Acer Aspire One A110L (netbook), Intel Atom N270 @1.6GHz, 512 MB RAM, Eeebuntu
    —— Started super_pi run : Sun Jan 11 20:47:15 EET 2009
    Start of PI calculation up to 1048576 decimal digits
    End of initialization. Time= 1.240 Sec.
    I= 1 L= 0 Time= 3.592 Sec.
    I= 2 L= 0 Time= 4.120 Sec.
    I= 3 L= 1 Time= 4.164 Sec.
    I= 4 L= 2 Time= 4.100 Sec.
    I= 5 L= 5 Time= 4.160 Sec.
    I= 6 L= 10 Time= 4.096 Sec.
    I= 7 L= 21 Time= 4.124 Sec.
    I= 8 L= 43 Time= 4.096 Sec.
    I= 9 L= 87 Time= 4.136 Sec.
    I=10 L= 174 Time= 4.124 Sec.
    I=11 L= 349 Time= 4.100 Sec.
    I=12 L= 698 Time= 4.116 Sec.
    I=13 L= 1396 Time= 4.096 Sec.
    I=14 L= 2794 Time= 4.084 Sec.
    I=15 L= 5588 Time= 4.092 Sec.
    I=16 L= 11176 Time= 4.044 Sec.
    I=17 L= 22353 Time= 4.060 Sec.
    I=18 L= 44707 Time= 3.888 Sec.
    I=19 L= 89415 Time= 3.568 Sec.
    End of main loop
    End of calculation. Time= 81.261 Sec.
    End of data output. Time= 0.420 Sec.
    Total calculation(I/O) time= 81.681( 2.016) Sec.
    —— Ended super_pi run : Sun Jan 11 20:48:36 EET 2009

  35. evilhamster Says:

    intel c2d 1.83ghz 2gb ram on ubuntu 8.10 intrepid ibex

    i used a different program from the linux repos, (it was called “pi”) and i got 11.000s for 1000000 digits

    =D

    anyone else tried this program? i still think thats pretty good considering i had 6 windows open running quite a lot.

  36. Degwees Says:

    E5200 @ 3.56GHZ

    Windows XP 1M: 15.9 seconds
    Ubuntu 8.04 1M: 13.4 seconds (8.4% faster)

    Pentium D 805 @ 3.8GHZ

    Windows XP 1M: 35 seconds
    Ubuntu 8.04 1M: 23 seconds (33% faster)

    Major jump between Windows and Linux when it comes to NetBurst architecture.

  37. Andrew Says:

    Ubuntu 9.04 64 bit and Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 @ 2.66 GHz with 4 GB DDR2 RAM

    14.721 seconds

  38. davro Says:

    Ubuntu 9.04
    Intel i7 920 overclocked to from 2.67GHZ to 4.0Ghz
    Gigabyte EX58 Extreme motherboard, air only at the mo 😉
    OCZ DD3 2000 Mhz

    super_pi 20

    —— Started super_pi run : Wed May 27 19:07:35 BST 2009
    Start of PI calculation up to 1048576 decimal digits
    End of initialization. Time= 0.180 Sec.
    I= 1 L= 0 Time= 0.372 Sec.
    I= 2 L= 0 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I= 3 L= 1 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I= 4 L= 2 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I= 5 L= 5 Time= 0.428 Sec.
    I= 6 L= 10 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I= 7 L= 21 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I= 8 L= 43 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I= 9 L= 87 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I=10 L= 174 Time= 0.428 Sec.
    I=11 L= 349 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I=12 L= 698 Time= 0.428 Sec.
    I=13 L= 1396 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I=14 L= 2794 Time= 0.424 Sec.
    I=15 L= 5588 Time= 0.420 Sec.
    I=16 L= 11176 Time= 0.420 Sec.
    I=17 L= 22353 Time= 0.412 Sec.
    I=18 L= 44707 Time= 0.392 Sec.
    I=19 L= 89415 Time= 0.368 Sec.
    End of main loop
    End of calculation. Time= 8.409 Sec.
    End of data output. Time= 0.048 Sec.
    Total calculation(I/O) time= 8.457( 0.252) Sec.
    —— Ended super_pi run : Wed May 27 19:07:43 BST 2009

    Only hitting one core the other seven where sitting there idle !!

  39. jesus Says:

    Intel Celeron 336 2.8GHz – 3min 2sec 2M. Sooo slow!

  40. dimeotane Says:

    77.6 sec. : Toshiba NB200 – Atom N280 – 1.66Ghz – Linux

  41. Bulgaria Says:

    HP Pavillion DV6 with core duo P8400 at 2.2 GHz and Ubunut 9.04, 64

    19.869 Sec.

  42. PsyMan Says:

    hmm, Q6600 @ 3ghz (Corsair H50 Water Cooled)
    Windows 7 Ultimate 64
    8Gb DDR2 800

    Seems pretty slow compared to other OS’s

    1M = 22.453s using super-pi

    1M = 0.6s using y-cruncher multithreaded

    Thats some seriously good coding

  43. PsyMan Says:

    sorry, 1M = 0.264s on y-cruncher – wow

    1 Billion places took 20 mins

  44. Saeed Says:

    Core i7 930 – 6GB RAM
    1M 13.852
    2M 30.794

  45. تجهیز کارگاه ، ویلای پیش ساخته PTEC Says:

    Core 2 Due – 2.33Ghz, 2GB Ram, 4MB L2 Cache
    1M – 22 Sec
    2M – 52 Sec

  46. dude Says:

    [root@i3f14 Downloads]# ./super_pi 20
    Version 2.0 of the super_pi for Linux OS
    Fortran source program was translated into C program with version 19981204 of
    f2c, then generated C source program was optimized manually.
    pgcc 3.2-3 with compile option of “-fast -tp px -Mbuiltin -Minline=size:1000 -Mnoframe -Mnobounds -Mcache_align -Mdalign -Mnoreentrant” was used for the
    compilation.
    —— Started super_pi run : Wed Nov 24 16:54:37 BRT 2010
    Start of PI calculation up to 1048576 decimal digits
    End of initialization. Time= 0.262 Sec.
    I= 1 L= 0 Time= 0.778 Sec.
    I= 2 L= 0 Time= 0.887 Sec.
    I= 3 L= 1 Time= 0.886 Sec.
    I= 4 L= 2 Time= 0.891 Sec.
    I= 5 L= 5 Time= 0.887 Sec.
    I= 6 L= 10 Time= 0.892 Sec.
    I= 7 L= 21 Time= 0.887 Sec.
    I= 8 L= 43 Time= 0.886 Sec.
    I= 9 L= 87 Time= 0.887 Sec.
    I=10 L= 174 Time= 0.888 Sec.
    I=11 L= 349 Time= 0.885 Sec.
    I=12 L= 698 Time= 0.890 Sec.
    I=13 L= 1396 Time= 0.885 Sec.
    I=14 L= 2794 Time= 0.882 Sec.
    I=15 L= 5588 Time= 0.880 Sec.
    I=16 L= 11176 Time= 0.873 Sec.
    I=17 L= 22353 Time= 0.859 Sec.
    I=18 L= 44707 Time= 0.831 Sec.
    I=19 L= 89415 Time= 0.770 Sec.
    End of main loop
    End of calculation. Time= 17.465 Sec.
    End of data output. Time= 0.090 Sec.
    Total calculation(I/O) time= 17.555( 0.615) Sec.
    —— Ended super_pi run : Wed Nov 24 16:54:54 BRT 2010

  47. Rei Says:

    Intel Celeron 331 2.66 GHz @ 3.17 GHz
    2 Gb DDR Dual Ch.
    Win XP Pro SP3
    [1M] 49.578 Sec.

  48. Siddharth Goswami Says:

    ASUS P5KPL-CM
    Intel Core 2 Duo E7400 2.80Ghz OC’d at 3.58GHz
    Results 1M – 15 seconds
    2M – 38 seconds -.-
    -Siddharth

  49. Anonymous Says:

    HP Pavilion 7966 1.7GHz Processor 512MB
    92.394


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