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sjaglin

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Hi,

 

Finally, after loads of trial I found what I needed, a good System info monitor. The webpage is there :

 

http://hardinfo.berlios.de/HomePage

 

and a simple

 

urpmi hardinfo

 

will put it on your distro. The GUI is just amazing and it includes a benchmarking utility. The benchmarking can be synchronized with the net and compares your machine with others.

 

I invite you to try it and why not compare our results, after all, we are nerds!

 

Processor
2x AMD Athlon(tm) 64 X2 Dual Core Processor 5000+
Memory
2074MB (408MB used)
Operating System
Mandriva Linux 2008.1
User Name
stephane (stephane jaglin)
Date/Time
Mon 26 May 2008 10:42:28 BST
Display
Resolution
1024x768 pixels
OpenGL Renderer
GeForce 6800 GT/PCI/SSE2/3DNOW!
X11 Vendor
The X.Org Foundation

IDE Disks
IBM-DPTA-371020

_NEC DVD_RW ND-2510A

SCSI Disks
ATA Maxtor 6L160M0

Operating System
Version
Kernel
Linux 2.6.24.4-desktop-1mnb (i686)
Compiled
KDE 3.5
Benchmarks

CPU ZLib
This Machine
24032.916

CPU Fibonacci
This Machine
2.680

CPU MD5
This Machine
76.421

CPU SHA1
This Machine
88.259

CPU Blowfish
This Machine
13.002

 

Stef :woot_jump: :woot_jump: :woot_jump:

 

 

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Good find - this is somewhat similar to a program called "Everest" which i use when diagnosing Windows machines - useful for identifying components and assisting in driver finding.

Google for 'Everest Home' - it's no longer supported but still available around and about, or drop me a PM.

 

al

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