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Re: benchmark...why don't you send it back?

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  • Subject: [mg69178] Re: benchmark...why don't you send it back?
  • From: p-valko at
  • Date: Fri, 1 Sep 2006 06:40:33 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <ebhisr$178$>
  • Sender: owner-wri-mathgroup at

Let me try this again:

Is there anybody out there having an up-to-date processor, such as
Intel Dual Core Duo or AMD Athlon FX 62 ?

Your benchmark results would be very much appreciated...

p-valko at wrote:
> I find it increasingly frustrating that there is not enough data on
> benchmark timing for Mathematica 5.2, though the benchmark is built in.
> So why don't you copy these lines to a new notebook on your computer;
> run it and copy the result (only the last cell) into your reply to this
> posting? (You may want to make changes to variable bm2 as appropriate.)
> Needs["Utilities`Benchmark`"]
> bm1 = Benchmark[] /. InputForm -> Identity;
> bm2 = {
>       "Processor" -> "Pentium IV 3 GHz",
>       "Memory" -> "2 G",
>       "Operating System" -> "Windows XP professional, SP 2",
>       "$Slaves" -> $Slaves
>       };
> Join[bm1,bm2]

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