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Comparison of Mathematica on Various Computers


 ''Comparison of Mathematica on Various Computers''
is now on <a href="http://smc.vnet.net/mathbench.html";>
(or <a href="http://www2.staff.fh-vorarlberg.ac.at/~ku/karl/mma.html";>)


Mathematica 5.x benchmark on http://www2.staff.fh-vorarlberg.ac.at/~ku/karl/timings50.html

New results for Mathematica 5.x:

		COMPAQ ES40 AlphaServer, four CPUs at 500 MHz, 7GB RAM, RedHat Linux 7.2
		PowerMac G5 2Ghz, Dual Core, 2GB, MacOS X
		Bull NovaScale 4040, 4 Intel Itanium-2-Processors, 32 GB Ram, Linux
		Sun Ultra 80, 4 x 450 MHz processors, 4 GB, UltraSPARC II processors, Solaris 10
		Sun Ultra 80, 4 x 450 MHz UltraSPARC II CPUs, 4 GB, Solaris 10
		Sun Blade100 (500MHz UltraSPARC IIe & 512Mb RAM) Solaris 10  
		MacBook Pro, 2.16GHz, 2GB , MacOS 10.4.5
		Sun Java Workstation W2100z, Dual Opteron 246's (2.0GHz), 6 Gb RAM, Solaris 10
		Macbook, 2.16GHz, 2GB , MacOS 10.4.5
		Power Mac 2 x dual core G5, 2.5 GHz, 8G RAM, MacOS X
		Acer Ferrari 4006, AMD Turion(tm) 64 Mobile, 2.19GHz,1 GB, Win XP Pro x64 
		MacBook Pro 15", Intel Core Duo, 2 GHz, 2 GB, MacOS X		

The test notebook for Mathematica 5.x is available at
http://www2.staff.fh-vorarlberg.ac.at/~ku/karl/math/MMA5.0-Test.nb


Karl Unterkofler


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