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Offline Dane D.

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G3 CPU Upgardes - Dane D
« on: January 23, 2014, 08:36:18 PM »
Geekbench v2.0.17 results.
Geekbench Score   622
Version   Geekbench 2.0.17
Platform   Mac OS X PPC (32-bit)
Operating System   Mac OS X 10.4.6 (Build 8I128)
Processor   PowerPC G3 (740/750)
Model   Power Mac G3 (Blue and White)
Memory   1.00 GB
Integer Score   804   
 
Blowfish
single-threaded scalar   994
43.7 MB/sec   
 
Blowfish
multi-threaded scalar   1037
42.5 MB/sec   
 
Text Compress
single-threaded scalar   744
2.38 MB/sec   
 
Text Compress
multi-threaded scalar   585
1.92 MB/sec   
 
Text Decompress
single-threaded scalar   898
3.69 MB/sec   
 
Text Decompress
multi-threaded scalar   876
3.49 MB/sec   
 
Image Compress
single-threaded scalar   871
7.20 Mpixels/sec   
 
Image Compress
multi-threaded scalar   882
7.43 Mpixels/sec   
 
Image Decompress
single-threaded scalar   632
10.6 Mpixels/sec   
 
Image Decompress
multi-threaded scalar   663
10.8 Mpixels/sec   
 
Crafty Chess
single-threaded scalar   676
341.7 Knodes/sec   
 
Crafty Chess
multi-threaded scalar   706
343.0 Knodes/sec   
 
Lua
single-threaded scalar   852
328.1 Knodes/sec   
 
Lua
multi-threaded scalar   849
326.8 Knodes/sec   
 
Floating Point Score   810   
 
Mandelbrot
single-threaded scalar   708
471.3 Mflops   
 
Mandelbrot
multi-threaded scalar   717
469.5 Mflops   
 
Dot Product
single-threaded scalar   1047
505.9 Mflops   
 
Dot Product
multi-threaded scalar   1053
480.3 Mflops   
 
LU Decomposition
single-threaded scalar   335
298.6 Mflops   
 
LU Decomposition
multi-threaded scalar   325
285.1 Mflops   
 
Primality Test
single-threaded scalar   899
134.3 Mflops   
 
Primality Test
multi-threaded scalar   579
107.5 Mflops   
 
Sharpen Image
single-threaded scalar   873
2.04 Mpixels/sec   
 
Sharpen Image
multi-threaded scalar   881
2.03 Mpixels/sec   
 
Blur Image
single-threaded scalar   1154
913.6 Kpixels/sec   
 
Blur Image
multi-threaded scalar   1159
911.5 Kpixels/sec   
 
Memory Score   242   
 
Read Sequential
single-threaded scalar   158
199.3 MB/sec   
 
Write Sequential
single-threaded scalar   171
120.3 MB/sec   
 
Stdlib Allocate
single-threaded scalar   694
2.59 Mallocs/sec   
 
Stdlib Write
single-threaded scalar   116
246.9 MB/sec   
 
Stdlib Copy
single-threaded scalar   74
78.3 MB/sec   
 
Stream Score   89   
 
Stream Copy
single-threaded scalar   89
125.5 MB/sec   
 
Stream Scale
single-threaded scalar   94
125.9 MB/sec   
 
Stream Add
single-threaded scalar   84
131.3 MB/sec   
 
Stream Triad
single-threaded scalar   91
129.6 MB/sec   
 
System Information   
Platform   Mac OS X PPC (32-bit)
Compiler   GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5465)
Operating System   Mac OS X 10.4.6 (Build 8I128)
Model   Power Mac G3 (Blue and White)
Motherboard   PowerMac1,1
Processor   PowerPC G3 (740/750)
Processor ID   18, 9
Logical Processors   1
Physical Processors   1
Processor Frequency   499 MHz (Note: doesn't recognize true speed of 1.1GHz)
L1 Instruction Cache   32.0 KB
L1 Data Cache   32.0 KB
L2 Cache   1.00 MB
L3 Cache   0.00 B
Bus Frequency   99.7 MHz
Memory   1.00 GB
Memory Type   
SIMD   0
BIOS   N/A
Processor Model   PowerPC G3 (740/750)
For comparison my old Digital Audio work unit till power supply failed
Geekbench Score   333
Version   Geekbench 2.0.16
Platform   Mac OS X PPC (32-bit)
Operating System   Mac OS X 10.4.11 (Build 8S165)
Processor   PowerPC G4 (7400)
Model   Power Mac G4 (Digital Audio)
Memory   1.00 GB PC100-322S SDRAM
Integer Score   352   
 
Blowfish
single-threaded scalar   438
19.3 MB/sec   
 
Blowfish
multi-threaded scalar   432
17.7 MB/sec   
 
Text Compress
single-threaded scalar   342
1.09 MB/sec   
 
Text Compress
multi-threaded scalar   323
1.06 MB/sec   
 
Text Decompress
single-threaded scalar   364
1.50 MB/sec   
 
Text Decompress
multi-threaded scalar   356
1.42 MB/sec   
 
Image Compress
single-threaded scalar   389
3.22 Mpixels/sec   
 
Image Compress
multi-threaded scalar   381
3.21 Mpixels/sec   
 
Image Decompress
single-threaded scalar   290
4.87 Mpixels/sec   
 
Image Decompress
multi-threaded scalar   295
4.81 Mpixels/sec   
 
Crafty Chess
single-threaded scalar   303
153.2 Knodes/sec   
 
Crafty Chess
multi-threaded scalar   304
147.7 Knodes/sec   
 
Lua
single-threaded scalar   361
139.3 Knodes/sec   
 
Lua
multi-threaded scalar   359
138.3 Knodes/sec   
 
Floating Point Score   385   
 
Mandelbrot
single-threaded scalar   347
231.1 Mflops   
 
Mandelbrot
multi-threaded scalar   348
228.2 Mflops   
 
Dot Product
single-threaded scalar   494
239.0 Mflops   
 
Dot Product
multi-threaded scalar   491
223.8 Mflops   
 
Dot Product
single-threaded vector   549
658.7 Mflops   
 
Dot Product
multi-threaded vector   534
555.8 Mflops   
 
LU Decomposition
single-threaded scalar   161
144.0 Mflops   
 
LU Decomposition
multi-threaded scalar   161
141.7 Mflops   
 
Primality Test
single-threaded scalar   387
57.9 Mflops   
 
Primality Test
multi-threaded scalar   296
55.0 Mflops   
 
Sharpen Image
single-threaded scalar   355
828.9 Kpixels/sec   
 
Sharpen Image
multi-threaded scalar   360
830.1 Kpixels/sec   
 
Blur Image
single-threaded scalar   452
358.3 Kpixels/sec   
 
Blur Image
multi-threaded scalar   455
357.9 Kpixels/sec   
 
Memory Score   280   
 
Read Sequential
single-threaded scalar   170
214.0 MB/sec   
 
Write Sequential
single-threaded scalar   424
297.2 MB/sec   
 
Stdlib Allocate
single-threaded scalar   300
1.12 Mallocs/sec   
 
Stdlib Write
single-threaded scalar   246
523.0 MB/sec   
 
Stdlib Copy
single-threaded scalar   261
275.6 MB/sec   
 
Stream Score   198   
 
Stream Copy
single-threaded scalar   176
246.8 MB/sec   
 
Stream Copy
single-threaded vector   241
320.8 MB/sec   
 
Stream Scale
single-threaded scalar   173
230.5 MB/sec   
 
Stream Scale
single-threaded vector   184
255.5 MB/sec   
 
Stream Add
single-threaded scalar   194
300.5 MB/sec   
 
Stream Add
single-threaded vector   205
292.5 MB/sec   
 
Stream Triad
single-threaded scalar   198
280.2 MB/sec   
 
Stream Triad
single-threaded vector   216
415.6 MB/sec   
 
System Information   
Platform   Mac OS X PPC (32-bit)
Compiler   GCC 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5465)
Operating System   Mac OS X 10.4.11 (Build 8S165)
Model   Power Mac G4 (Digital Audio)
Motherboard   PowerMac3,4
Processor   PowerPC G4 (7400)
Processor ID   18, 10
Logical Processors   1
Physical Processors   1
Processor Frequency   467 MHz
L1 Instruction Cache   32.0 KB
L1 Data Cache   32.0 KB
L2 Cache   1.00 MB
L3 Cache   0.00 B
Bus Frequency   133 MHz
Memory   1.00 GB
Memory Type   PC100-322S SDRAM
SIMD   1
BIOS   N/A
Processor Model   PowerPC G4 (7400)
« Last Edit: November 22, 2014, 03:13:20 PM by DieHard »

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« Reply #1 on: January 23, 2014, 08:47:12 PM »
WOW. Double geekbench compared to G4 466! This should be a beast for OS9. My G4 DA with the dual cpu of a QS'02 gave me 990 last time I tested on tiger 10.4.11. Why stay in 10.4.6? I know half the times I tried with my rev1 B&W to reach 10.4.11 it did not worked. But now it did. Soon will upload geekbench from original G3 350
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« Reply #2 on: January 23, 2014, 09:13:21 PM »
Why 10.4.6, because that is the last supported version that CPU Director, another version came later but never bothered with it. I'm old school "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" type of guy. Do I want 10.4.11, yes, but at this point the computer is rock solid and never needs attention nor do I wish to spend anytime messing with a minor upgrade. When my bank no longer supports Firefox v3.0.19 then I will migrate to a modern computer.

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« Reply #3 on: January 24, 2014, 03:28:37 AM »
im thinkig more and more that the way to go is to use a graphite sawtooth or b&w with an upgraded cpu.. simply for the ability to have it easily convert to an atx Power supply... as time marches on... how long is it before all digitla audio + quicksilvers power supplies die?
and the mdd? with its specific special power supply.. apple was really stupid to not just use a standard psu ... what a design flaw.

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« Reply #4 on: January 24, 2014, 08:45:12 AM »
WOW. Double geekbench compared to G4 466! This should be a beast for OS9. My G4 DA with the dual cpu of a QS'02 gave me 990 last time I tested on tiger 10.4.11.
Yep, runs like a champ. Still use Photoshop 5 and 7 because of the filters I purchased that don't work in OS X version. Illustrator 10 also runs good. I maintain a spreadsheet of my gas purchase, mpg and other calculations using ClarisWorks from 1994 because the file size in small relative to newer versions and the speed of the app itself. I do game on it, Unreal Tournament GOTY edition, get frame rates ranging from 50 to 80fps depending on the action. Still play Links and Links 2000, too.

im thinkig more and more that the way to go is to use a graphite sawtooth or b&w with an upgraded cpu.. simply for the ability to have it easily convert to an atx Power supply... as time marches on... how long is it before all digitla audio + quicksilvers power supplies die?
and the mdd? with its specific special power supply.. apple was really stupid to not just use a standard psu ... what a design flaw.
Our company bought the DA unit new in 2001 and lasted till 2010. On the other hand, the MDD in my office its' power supply lasted one year. The replacement was expensive but it is still working today. Remember the All-in-One G3 that looked a molar tooth that schools used? I bought one from a school for $50, it lasted one year before the power supply literally blew up. Agreed their choice of power supply is a weak point. But that is Apple.

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« Reply #5 on: January 24, 2014, 03:53:03 PM »
Yep, runs like a champ. Still use Photoshop 5 and 7 because of the filters I purchased that don't work in OS X version. Illustrator 10 also runs good.
Can you share  your Ps Plugs? The installers or the plugs itself. We will find OUR serials...
« Last Edit: January 24, 2014, 03:54:46 PM by Protools5LEGuy »
Looking for MacOS 9.2.4

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« Reply #6 on: January 24, 2014, 07:26:04 PM »
Yep, runs like a champ. Still use Photoshop 5 and 7 because of the filters I purchased that don't work in OS X version. Illustrator 10 also runs good.
Can you share  your Ps Plugs? The installers or the plugs itself. We will find OUR serials...
Alien Skin v2.1
KPT 3
KPT 5
Eye Candy 3.1
Xenofex
Auto F/X Photo Edges
Berg Design
Flaming Pear
Photo Tools
Pixar Textures

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« Reply #7 on: January 26, 2014, 07:25:37 AM »
Geekbench v2.0.17 results.
Geekbench Score   622
Version   Geekbench 2.0.17
Platform   Mac OS X PPC (32-bit)
Operating System   Mac OS X 10.4.6 (Build 8I128)
Processor   PowerPC G3 (740/750)
Model   Power Mac G3 (Blue and White)
Memory   1.00 GB
i think the sonnet 1.2ghz upgrade is about equal in geekbench score [/td][/tr][/table]

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« Reply #8 on: September 29, 2014, 10:54:23 AM »
according to the geekbench scores i noted on the powermac chart
http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php?topic=578.0

dane d's powermac g3 has beat the quicksilver 933mhz ...  8) 8) ;D
landing between performance of the 933 QS + the dual 800 QS
beating the 933 by 70 points, and falling short of the dual 800 by 50 points
also beating the dual 500 gigabit, and dual 533 digital audio with just one cpu  :o
all hail the 750GX zif!!! this cpu was also available as an upgrade for powerbook g3's

PowerForce G3 ZIF
http://www.powerlogix.com/products/g3_zif/

BlueChip G3"Pismo"
http://powerlogix.com/products/g3_pismo/index.html