COSBI OSMark Version 1.0beta8 - VIA Edition
Date: 08.02.2008 21:23:46
* CPU Name: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.20GHz (Intel P4-Prescott 3215MHz)
* Vendor ID: GenuineIntel
* Core ID: Family: 15, Model: 3, Stepping: 3
* Number of CPUs (real, virtual): 1, 2
* CPU Features: trace L1 cache, 12 K microOPs, 8 ways; L1d (kB): 0; L2 (kB): 1024; FPU; CX8; APIC; CMOV; PAE; PAT; MMX; SSE; SSE2; SSE3; HyperThreading
* Windows MHz: 3215
* COSBI CPU Clock speed is 3.215.464.090 Hz
* CPU External Clock: 200 MHz
* Motherboard: GBT___, Model AWRDACPI
* BIOS: Award Modular BIOS v6.00PG, Version: GBT - 42302e31
* Graphics adapter: RADEON 9800 SERIES
* Graphics adapter memory: 128 MB
* Graphics driver: 7.01.01.680
* Memory Amount (MB): 2048 <--- THIS SHOULD BE 3070
* Hard drive model: SAMSUNG SP1614C ATA Device, Size: 160,0 GB
* Screen Resolution: 1280x1024x32@75Hz
* OS Name: Windows Vista (TM) Ultimate
* Version: 6.0
* Build: 6000
* Service Pack:
* Registered Owner: root
* Registered Organization:
Maybe a bug?
I read most of the system information including amount of memory from WMI, so if OpenSourceMark is reporting only 2GBs, then Windows believes it only has 2GB.
I just tried out OpenSourceMark on a Win2k3 SE machine. The Windows OS sees 16GBs of RAM, but OSMark only reports 2048MBs.
Also, when I try using Result Viewer, the system I just tested doesn't show up. The only graph that shows up is the one for "Intel Intel Core 2 CPU 6600 @ 2.40GHz 2394MHz 1,170". I was expecting to see my machine's results after running a single iteration of the full test and then clicking on the "view results" button.
...and the help button doesn't work.
I'm assuming you know about these issues. I just spent some of my time trying to use OSMark for a report. I had to give up after realizing I can't spend my time trying to figure the application out.
For future reference, are you planning to update OSMark? I used your older version before and liked the product.
Wow, there are lots of comments to catch up with. I didn't expect the activity, but am glad to see it.
I have not tested OpenSourceMark much on 64-bit operating systems, so I assume these problems are specific to them. I'll take a look.
Thanks for the feedback,