Re:Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-20 Thread Assad Baroot
Hello jb,
   
On Wednesday, 20 May 2020, jb_lists...@trink.co.uk wrote and made
these points on the subject of "Does your CPU support hardware SHA1
acceleration?":


> Interesting, because I also have a Ryzen 7 3700X processor (3.60GHz),
> and my times are faster. What is the processor speed?

> Mine = 150 data blocks of 1024 bytes took 0.9128 seconds

Processor  speed  same as yours, 3.6 GHz. However, I disable boost
performance in bios. Maybe this could the reason.

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Re:Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-20 Thread Assad Baroot
Hello Stuart,
   
On Wednesday, 20 May 2020, Stuart Cuddy wrote and made these points
on the subject of "Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?":

SC> Hello Maxim,
SC> Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 12:47:22 AM, you wrote:

>> Your CPU is fastest amongst us. What is the exact model/make of your CPU?

SC> AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Six-Core Processor 3.49 GHz

Mine  is  AMD  Ryzen  7  3700X  Processor. Technically, mine should be
faster than yours but your cpu has a slightly lower SHA1 processed time.

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Re:Does your CPU support hardware SHA1 acceleration?

2020-05-19 Thread Assad Baroot
Hello Maxim,
   
On Wednesday, 20 May 2020, Maxim Masiutin Via Tbbeta wrote and made
these points on the subject of "Does your CPU support hardware SHA1
acceleration?":


> ---
> SHA1 benchmark
> ---
> 150 data blocks of 1024 bytes took 1.3579 seconds to process by
> SHA1 using CPU instructions (hardware), 1078.7605 Megabytes per
> second; 2.1496 seconds to process by software implementation, 681.4596 
> Megabytes per second
> ---
> OK   
> ---

Here is my result:

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SHA1 benchmark
---
150  data  blocks  of 1024 bytes took 1.0910 seconds to process by
SHA1  using  CPU  instructions  (hardware),  1342.6752  Megabytes  per
second; 2.1275 seconds to process by software implementation, 688.5177
Megabytes per second
---
OK   
---

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 Assad


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