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Special Forums Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions Intel CPU benchmarks Post 52461 by Kelam_Magnus on Friday 18th of June 2004 02:19:57 PM
Old 06-18-2004
This thread mentions AMD vs Intel...


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Athlon XP Model Core Speed (FSB)
Athlon XP 3200+ (Barton) 2.2 GHz (400)
Athlon XP 3000+ (Barton) 2.167 GHz (333)
Athlon XP 2800+ (Barton) 2.083 GHz (333)
Athlon XP 2800+ ..............2.25 GHz (333)
Athlon XP 2700+ ..............2.167 GHz (333)
Athlon XP 2600+ ..............2.083 GHz (333)
Athlon XP 2600+ ..............2.13 GHz (266)
Athlon XP 2500+ (Barton) 1.83 GHz (333)

Athlon XP 2400+ ..............2.00 GHz (266)
Athlon XP 2200+ ..............1.80 GHz (266)
Athlon XP 2100+ ..............1.73 GHz (266)
Athlon XP 2000+ ..............1.67 GHz (266)
Athlon XP 1900+ ..............1.60 GHz (266)
Athlon XP 1800+ ..............1.53 GHz (266)
Athlon XP 1700+ ..............1.47 GHz (266)



Of course, my 3200AMD runs in game trials at 3GHZ+ in real time high use games....even though it clocks out at 2.2GHZ.
 
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cpu_family(3alleg4)						  Allegro manual					       cpu_family(3alleg4)

NAME
cpu_family - Contains the CPU type. Allegro game programming library. SYNOPSIS
#include <allegro.h> extern int cpu_family; DESCRIPTION
Contains the Intel type, where applicable. Allegro defines the following CPU family types: CPU_FAMILY_UNKNOWN - The type of processor is unknown CPU_FAMILY_I386 - The processor is an Intel-compatible 386 CPU_FAMILY_I486 - The processor is an Intel-compatible 486 CPU_FAMILY_I586 - The processor is a Pentium or equivalent CPU_FAMILY_I686 - The processor is a Pentium Pro, II, III or equivalent CPU_FAMILY_ITANIUM - The processor is an Itanium processor CPU_FAMILY_POWERPC - The processor is a PowerPC processor CPU_FAMILY_EXTENDED - The processor type needs to be read from the cpu_model You can read this variable after you have called check_cpu() (which is automatically called by allegro_init()). SEE ALSO
check_cpu(3alleg4), cpu_vendor(3alleg4), cpu_model(3alleg4), cpu_capabilities(3alleg4), allegro_init(3alleg4) Allegro version 4.4.2 cpu_family(3alleg4)

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