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Comparison of Mathematica on Various Computers

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  • Subject: [mg13301] Comparison of Mathematica on Various Computers
  • From: Karl Unterkofler <karl at itp.tu-graz.ac.at>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Jul 1998 03:18:57 -0400
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at wolfram.com

 ''Comparison of Mathematica on Various Computers'' is now on <a
href="http://smc.vnet.net/mathbench.html";> (or <a
href="http://fampm201.tu-graz.ac.at/karl/Mathematica.html";>)


If you don't have access to the Web send e-mail to
karl at itp.tu-graz.ac.at for the latest version.

Mathematica 2.2 benchmark on
http://fampm201.tu-graz.ac.at/karl/timings22.html Mathematica 3.0
benchmark on http://fampm201.tu-graz.ac.at/karl/timings30.html

 New results Mathematica 3.0:

Compaq 6000 266MHz, Pentium II, 128kB, NT 4 Dell Optiplex GX1, Pentium
Pro, 400 Mhz,129 Mb, Windows NT 4.0 AMD K6, 233 mhz, 64 mb, 1Mb cache,
Win95 Intel Pentium MMX 200MHz, 512kB cache, 64MB SDRAM, Linux 2.0.33
Intel Pentium 133MHz, 256kB cache, 64MB, Linux 2.0.28 Power Macintosh
7100/66,88 MB, MacOS 7.5.5 Power Macintosh 7100/66, Newer MAXpowr G3
PDS, 88 MB, MacOS 7.5.5 Dual P2-333MHz Supermicro P6DLS, 256MB SDRAM,
Linux 2.0.33 PII 400, 128MB, 512kB, Linux 2.0.34
PowerMac 7500/100, Newer MAXpowr G3 266/133 MHz card, 1 MB L2, MacOS 8.1
Dell Precision 410 Twin PII, 400 MHz, Win NT4, 512M RAM Gericom
Overdose Laptop P233, 64MB, Linux 2.0.34 Gericom Overdose Laptop P233,
64MB, NT 4.0 Powermac 9500/120, Maxpower Pro+ G3 275 MHz, 256MB, MacOS
8.1 Powerbook G3, 293 MHz, 64 MB, MacOS 8.1



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