SPECapc SW 2007

This is a three year old machine taken right offline from normal work. Only the AV software was shut down.
SW2007 SP3.1 SolidWorks 2007 Workstation Benchmark User Name : pbk Computer Name: PBK-040505 Manufacturer : D.S. Electronics Model : WC64 OS : Microsoft Windows XP Professional OS SP : Service Pack 2 CPU : AMD Athlon(tm) 64 FX-53 Processor # of CPU : 1 Memory : 3406
**** Overall Test Results **** Note: All results are in seconds. Lower scores are better.
Test Number 1 Test Total = 228.38 Graphics = 99.64 CPU = 44.02 I/O = 84.72
Test Number 2 Test Total = 224.37 Graphics = 98.1 CPU = 42.34 I/O = 83.93
Test Number 3 Test Total = 226.36 Graphics = 98.61 CPU = 43.31 I/O = 84.44
Test Number 4 Test Total = 226.45 Graphics = 98.38 CPU = 43.27 I/O = 84.8
Test Number 5 Test Total = 225.24 Graphics = 97.6 CPU = 41.99 I/O = 85.65
Test Averages for 5 tests(s). Test Total = 226.17 Graphics = 98.47 CPU = 42.99 I/O = 84.71
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Dan Bovinich has put together a spreadsheet of SPECapc results for SW on Google spreadsheets. This link below should take you there.
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Paul,
This takes me to a login page for Google docs & spreadsheets. I am loath to setup a Google account just to look at the spreadsheet. Anna's link to her spreadsheet in "New computer justification" put me straight to the spreadsheet.
Jerry Steiger Tripod Data Systems "take the garbage out, dear"
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Google Spreadsheets offers an option to "Publish" the spreadsheet. Try this link and see if it works.
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Notice the pub instead of ccc in the original link.
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Anna
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That group wouldn't be too bad, it is Dan Bovnich's group. One plus is that you can add directly to the spreadsheet without going through Dan. You can also do other spreadsheet things like sorting on your favorite column (mine is CPU) and graphing.
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Anna,
Here is a macro that will run and time your die plate in a consistent manner. A force rebuild from the API is more thorough than CTRL-Q so you might get different times. This macro will work with Parts, Assemblies and Drawings.
'****************************************************************************** ' SuperRebuild recorded on 07/29/05 by TOP ' ' 6/5/07 Force Verification on rebuild off before running. ' '****************************************************************************** Dim swApp As Object Dim Part As Object Dim boolstatus As Boolean Dim longstatus As Long, longwarnings As Long Dim FeatureData As Object Dim Feature As Object Dim Component As Object Sub main()
Set swApp = Application.SldWorks Set Part = swApp.ActiveDoc
Part.SetAddToDB True Part.SetDisplayWhenAdded (False)
swApp.SetUserPreferenceToggle swPerformanceVerifyOnRebuild, False STIME = Timer retval = Part.ForceRebuild3(True) ETIME = Timer 'swApp.SetUserPreferenceToggle swPerformanceVerifyOnRebuild, False
Part.SetAddToDB False Part.SetDisplayWhenAdded (True) boolstatus = MsgBox(Format(ETIME - STIME, "0.000") & " seconds", vbOKOnly, "SUPER REBUILD")
End Sub
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I think you can add directly to the spreadsheet because Dan has added you as a collaborator for the spreadsheet. I do not beleive there is a global setting to allow you to make a spreadsheet public for modifications. I haven't found it yet anyway... :-) I beleive Dan B may be actively managing the collaborators list for his spreadsheet.
The Google Spreadsheets are a really neat tool for this type of collaboration we are doing here.... :-)
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Anna
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TOP,
Thanks for the macro.... :-)
Where are the couple benchmarks you have created posted at? Do you have some time to update them so they work in SW2007?
I am willing to create a couple Google Spreadsheets to track results from the benchmarks you have created. Would be interesting to create a Google Spreadsheet for Mike Wilson's Ship in The Bottle also...
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Anna
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I had them on my website. It is down now, but given the interest in the subject I may bring it back up shortly.
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