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Power 6 clock high-score and real performance

Power 6 clock high-score and real performance

Posted Feb 23, 2008 17:14 UTC (Sat) by anton (subscriber, #25547)
In reply to: Bigger caches ? Where ? by renox
Parent article: vmsplice(): the making of a local root exploit

It'd be interesting to have a study which analyse whether going in order for integer processing to increase the clock really did improve performance
Take a look at SPEC CPU 2006 results. Last I looked, a 4.7GHz Power6 had similar speed to a 3GHz Core 2 Duo 6850 in both SPECint2006 and SPECfp2006 results.


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