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Model Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-6200U CPU @ 2.30GHz
Stock Speed   2500 MHz
Features Hyperthreaded,Prefetch,SSE,SSE2,SSE4,AVX,AVX2,FMA,
L1 Cache 32 KB
L2 Cache 256 KB
L3 Cache 3072 KB

Program Speed (MHz) 29.69M to 34.56M (1792K)34.56M to 39.50M (2048K)39.50M to 49.10M (2560K)49.10M to 58.52M (3072K)58.52M to 68.13M (3584K)68.13M to 77.91M (4096K)Trial fac 65 bitsValid Data?Select
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 125869.9113.4515.8716.6820.6223.21
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1255653.5447.7359.2178.36130.9975.09
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 225029.6010.2513.8616.0419.3922.91
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 2250112.8614.4025.5624.0824.0433.33
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 225019.6510.2713.4616.3119.3322.51
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 2250110.6512.9017.2225.9220.0923.34
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 125018.819.9412.7514.9218.8420.85
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 225019.6010.4913.0315.5720.5022.59
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 125008.8510.0312.8014.9519.4020.59
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 225009.7010.5315.5718.5622.6024.41
Windows64, Prime95, v29.3, build 12500
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 224999.0310.4413.7616.2123.4022.10
Windows64, Prime95, v28.5, build 2249912.3113.9516.6819.1930.2130.32
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1249833.9734.8549.5658.16397.83441.08
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1249891.3985.2865.1056.8468.0875.15
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1249832.7345.8455.8673.53204.24458.15
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 2249610.4511.2414.3816.8920.4323.52
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 124899.6310.8613.9116.1320.9422.55
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1248622.9723.2530.5836.6342.6045.21
Windows64, Prime95, v29.3, build 12473
Windows64, Prime95, v29.1, build 1624719.4910.1313.3615.7519.0522.16
Windows64, Prime95, v29.1, build 162470
Windows64, Prime95, v29.1, build 162470
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 124609.3710.6313.7215.8420.0722.01
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 2240712.2112.9616.8820.2927.3730.54
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1240111.5017.0516.6121.1729.1024.29
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 2240021.2717.3323.6827.7835.2138.84
Windows64, Prime95, v28.9, build 22400176.0957.4561.9275.3491.98150.21
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1240011.3917.3916.1119.5023.0729.65
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1240017.5120.0026.1433.6072.7941.61
Windows64, Prime95, v28.7, build 1240016.4818.9524.0382.9848.5441.67
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1240019.3921.2227.6333.3941.8547.64
Windows64, Prime95, v28.10, build 1240026.7028.8440.0347.9049.9763.55
All timings are in milliseconds - lower is better

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