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Re: [Q] how fast is each machine with Mathematica ?

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  • Subject: [mg2577] Re: [Q] how fast is each machine with Mathematica ?
  • From: smachov at ulc199.residence.gatech.edu (Scott J. Machovec)
  • Date: Tue, 21 Nov 1995 09:26:24 -0500
  • Organization: Georgia Institute of Technology

Kentaro Kondo (kkondo at flab.fujitsu.co.jp) wrote:

: Is there information about Mathematica benchmark test ?
: ( for example, Timing[N[Sin[1/2],2500]][[1]]  )

: I want to know how fast UltraSparc-200MHz, Power2-77MHz, alpha21164-300 MHz are.
: ( and Pentium133MHz with Windows95...)

Pentium 90, 16 megs, Neptune chipset:  8.03 including loading kernel,
6.97 with the kernel loaded.  Version 2.2 Enhanced in Win95.

Not quite as fast as that Alpha. ;-)  I'll also try it on a Sun IPX and
SS5.

Scott
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