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Re: UP1500 Openssl speed

Compares well to the "next gen" x86 systems, ie ones that dont exist
anywhere but in an overclocked pc:

2x Athlon 2400MHz SMP (256kb onchip cache)*
   sign     verify     sign/s    verify/s
rsa  512 bits   0.0005s   0.0000s   1912.8  21122.4
rsa 1024 bits   0.0024s   0.0001s    419.8   8015.4
rsa 2048 bits   0.0136s   0.0004s     73.5   2506.9
rsa 4096 bits   0.0891s   0.0014s     11.2    725.7
*Only one CPU is used in this test.
RH9 supplied OpenSSL

1x Athlon 2666MHz  (Barton, 512KB on chip L2)
  sign     verify     sign/s      verify/s
rsa  512 bits   0.0005s   0.0000s   2197.5  23393.1
rsa 1024 bits   0.0021s   0.0001s    474.2   8645.8
rsa 2048 bits   0.0123s   0.0004s     81.1   2728.6
rsa 4096 bits   0.0811s   0.0013s     12.3    790.8
RH9 supplied OpenSSL

Note, CPU speeds above are real MHz speeds, not "model ratings". My 21164
Alpha will have to sit this one out I fear, your UP1500 is in the region of
5x the speed! Considering you have got an AGP port too, that must make one
meaty workstation. Pity you havent got quake to run on it yet! :p
Interesting that the Alpha consistantly outperforms the Athlon on "verify/s"
but looses ground on signs/s.

Not to bore everyone with x86 scores, but heres my other system, a P4 3.5GHz
with HT enabled:

                  sign    verify    sign/s verify/s
rsa  512 bits   0.0007s   0.0001s   1481.4  15356.9
rsa 1024 bits   0.0033s   0.0002s    299.5   5359.6
rsa 2048 bits   0.0204s   0.0006s     49.1   1613.2
rsa 4096 bits   0.1379s   0.0022s      7.3    459.7
Tests done on latest *Win32* version of OpenSSL, WindowsXP.

Quite appallingly bad isnt it? :D


"Peter Watkinson" <peter.watkinson1@ntlworld.com> wrote in message
> Here are the speed test for my Up1500, I suspect it may be an 8mb cache
> model.
>                   sign    verify    sign/s verify/s
> rsa  512 bits   0.0007s   0.0000s   1352.3  24109.1
> rsa 1024 bits   0.0024s   0.0001s    409.3   9086.0
> rsa 2048 bits   0.0129s   0.0003s     77.8   2939.2
> rsa 4096 bits   0.0790s   0.0012s     12.7    847.1
> maybe someone else was running something on the es47.
> I also reckon that the test only uses one cpu.
> I used stock gcc and 2.2 kernel with woody install.
> I'll run the test again on this machine - Dual PIII xeon 550mhz 1mb cache
> Win2000 again later.
> I also have an XP1000 500mhz that set afigure of about 9000 for rsa
> verify/s
> I paid around $US600 for the UP1500 and I hope I get as much out of it as
> did my old 533sx which I had to sell to afford it.
> The UP1500 has 512mb pc2100 ddr memory.
> HTH.
> cheers,
> Peter Watkinson
> peter.watkinson1@ntlworld.com
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