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[News] RC5-64 HAS BEEN SOLVED!ANN.lu
Posted on 26-Sep-2002 20:30 GMT by Christophe Decanini33 comments
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Your Amiga (or other) can rest now :)
Too bad the key was not found by the Amiga team. Anyway we will have more power for new contest with the AmigaOne/Pegasos/Amithlon.
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RC5-64 HAS BEEN SOLVED! : Comment 20 of 33ANN.lu
Posted by Hagge on 27-Sep-2002 10:34 GMT
The best part is:
"Our peak rate of 270,147,024 kkeys/sec is equivalent to 32,504 800MHz Apple PowerBook G4 laptops or 45,998 2GHz AMD Athlon XP machines or (to use some rc5-56 numbers) nearly a half million Pentium Pro 200s."
8.311 kkeys/s for PPC G4 800MHz
5.873 kkyes/s for AMD Athlon XP 2GHz
needs those G5s/IBM new PPC cpu.
Anyway, G410.39 kkeys/s and MHz
Athlon XP2.94 kkeys/s and MHz
Dual G4 powermac@867MHz$1.699 gives 18016 kkeys/s or comparable to 6.1GHz Athlon XP. Maybe PowerMacs are worth their price anyway? =D
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