I have recently got results for number pi calculator runs on the Soviet clone (Elektronika 85) of the Pro-350. The results under RT-11FB 5.01 are: for 100 digits - 0.92s, for 1000 digits - 56.15s, for 3000 digits - 486.28s.
It would be very interesting to compare these results with results from genuine machines (Pro-325, -350, and -380). Screenshots are optional but they are welcome. The number π calculator page is here. This page contains sources for RT-11, RSX-11, 2.11BSD, and AT&T Unix v7. I gather results for EIS-of and noEIS driver versions. Many thanks in advance.
It would be very interesting to compare these results with results from genuine machines (Pro-325, -350, and -380). Screenshots are optional but they are welcome. The number π calculator page is here. This page contains sources for RT-11, RSX-11, 2.11BSD, and AT&T Unix v7. I gather results for EIS-of and noEIS driver versions. Many thanks in advance.