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Such benchmarks were known for years!

Such benchmarks were known for years!

Posted Oct 1, 2007 21:02 UTC (Mon) by khim (subscriber, #9252)
In reply to: Thanks Ulrich and Jon by nix
Parent article: Memory part 2: CPU caches

For example on Digit-Life:

  1. AMD K7/K8 Platforms
  2. Intel Pentium 4 Platforms
  3. Intel Pentium III & Pentium M (Banias) Platforms
  4. VIA C3 Platforms
  5. Intel Pentium M Platform (Dothan)
  6. Intel Xeon (Nocona)
  7. Intel Sonoma, New Revision of Dothan Core, Pentium M Processor
  8. Intel Pentium 4 and Pentium 4 Extreme Edition with a new revision of Prescott core
  9. Dual Core Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 840 (Smithfield)
  10. Intel Core Duo (Yonah)
  11. Dual Core Intel Pentium Extreme Edition 955 (Presler)
  12. VIA C7/C7-M Processors
  13. Intel Core 2 (Conroe)
So detailed investigations of CPU internals with simple benchmarks are not so interesting - the detailed explanations related to programming should be...


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Such benchmarks were known for years!

Posted Oct 2, 2007 20:48 UTC (Tue) by nix (subscriber, #2304) [Link]

Yeah, they were known for years (everything Ulrich talks about here was
known for years; it's a human creation, after all, not a discovery.)

But *I* didn't know it. Thanks to this article, now I do. (The later
chapters promise to get even more interesting, as you said.)

(And those links look really cool. Thanks.)


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