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New speed benchmarks

Passcape_Admin, 09:35:52 10.02.2015 Rating: 0 #1

New speed benchmarks  

More password recovery benchmarks have been submitted for both CPU and GPU devices. Thanks all who sent us your speed numbers.
Passcape_Admin, 20:46:57 15.05.2015 Rating: 0 #2

RE: New speed benchmarks  

The speed charts have been updated with new devices sent by our users.
Total number of CPUs: 104
Total number of GPUs: 149
Passcape_Admin, 11:26:48 20.09.2015 Rating: 0 #3

RE: New speed benchmarks  

The charts have been updated with new devices sent by our users.
Total number of CPUs: 134
Total number of GPUs: 161
Passcape_Admin, 18:26:46 18.08.2016 Rating: 0 #4

NVidia 1080 & 1070  

Yet another one update for the speed benchmarks. Now with NVidia GeForce GTX 1070 & 1080 devices.
Total number of CPUs: 169
Total number of GPUs: 189
Passcape_Admin, 08:18:10 14.01.2017 Rating: 0 #5

New devices  

Current number of CPUs: 180
Current number of GPUs: 205
Passcape_Admin, 11:00:10 24.01.2018 Rating: 0 #6

9 new GPU benchmarks  

Added 9 new GPU benchmarks. Now the total number of GPUs in the table is 214.
Passcape_Admin, 16:25:43 17.01.2019 Rating: 0 #7

New update for the benchmarks  

Some new CPUs and video cards have been added including NVidia P106-100, GTX 2080 Ti, Radeon RX Vega 11, etc.
Passcape_Admin, 18:14:51 10.04.2019 Rating: 0 #8

Some new NVidia benchmarks  

Some new GPU and CPU benchmarks were added. Just open the links and hit Ctrl+F5 to update your browser cache.
IvanO, 10:23:09 19.12.2019 Rating: 0 #9

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X  

New speed benchmarks for 16-core AMD Ryzen 7 3700X have been submitted recently. The brute-force speed is 34817 p/sec. For comparison, the 8-core Intel i7-4770K outputs 15425 p/sec. Very good performance assuming that the power consumption is only 65 watts. Definitely worth its money.
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