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Pentium II, 256-bit outputs


Pentium II, 512-bit outputs


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The above graphic displays the timings of the second round candidates of the Nist SHA-3 competition. The benchmarks were done using the ebash framework with the latest implementations packaged therein at the time of the benchmarks.

We also give below which implementation gave the best result that is featured in the above graphic:
hash functionfastest implementation (256-bit)fastest implementation (512-bit)
grøstl/groestl256/mmx   /groestl512/mmx
simd/simd256/opt   /simd512/opt
echo/echo256/pentium/pentiummmx   /echo512/pentium/pentiummmx
jh/jh256/bitslice_opt32   /jh512/bitslice_opt32
blake/blake32/ref   /blake64/ref
cubehash/cubehash1632/unrolled   /cubehash1632/unrolled
hamsi-    -
bmw/bmw256/optc03   /bmw512/ref
luffa/luffa256/opt32   /luffa512/opt32
keccak/keccak/mmxu1   /keccakc512/mmxu1
shavite-3/shavite3256/nosalt   /shavite3512/Intel-L1Cache
echo-sp/echoSP256/pentium/pentiummmx   /echoSP512/pentium/pentiummmx
shabal/shabal512/ref   vshabal512/ref
fugue/fugue256/ANSI_opt32   -
skein/skein512/opt   /skein512/opt

All these informations can be extracted from our eBASH packages, generated by supercop when run on our benchmarking machines. Please read this for more details on how you can check these figures.