It's surprising what a bit of tweaking can do

  TOPCAT® 12:32 25 Mar 05

to improve your computer's performance. This one achieved it without a BSOD in sight! TC.

click here

  MidgetMan 14:21 25 Mar 05

very impressive, but whats the frame rate playing doom 3?

  smudge101 14:38 25 Mar 05

Do they do one in notebook format????

  Dan the Doctus 16:49 25 Mar 05

If anyone's interested in knowing how many megaflops (millions of floating point operations per second) their CPU runs at you can use PerformanceTest 5.0 click here 30 day trial.

My Pentium M 740 1.73GHz managed 198.3 - compare that to 80 by a Cray-1 in 1976! (Assuming the results are comparable.)

  Dan the Doctus 17:09 25 Mar 05

Sorry, full name PassMark Performance Test 5.0

  Mr Mistoffelees 22:12 25 Mar 05

Mine, AMD Athlon XP 3200+, managed 721.1Mflops earlier today when I first read the story.

  JaßîsFaß ˜ 14:30 27 Mar 05

Another wonderful word learnt today :)

  Indigo 1 14:18 30 Mar 05

My Athlon XP2600 Barton core (O/C'd to equivalent 2800 Pentium 4) managed 486.6.

Compare that to Dan the Doctus' Pentium M 740 1.73GHz which managed 198.3 and Mr Mistoffelees AMD Athlon XP 3200+, which managed 721.1Mflops.

I still don't know what it means though 8-)

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