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    The default Optimization level of open64 is -O2...

    The default Optimization level of open64 is -O2 .. if you specify nothing you get O2's.

    In other words: The "-march=bdver1" are with O2 ;)

    + quote from the article:
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    http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1110229-AR-GCCLLVMCL67
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    http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1110214-AR-FXCOMPILE51

    Just saw those tests. Awesome work Michael.
    However please take a...
  3. Thats john/stream: ...

    Thats john/stream:

    http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1110179-AGY-COMPILER21

    It doesnt really reflect what i saw/experienced earlier. ;P Maybe i only saw what i wanted to see.

    Anyway, a...
  4. I did some benches (amds open64 vs gcc 4.6.1) and...

    I did some benches (amds open64 vs gcc 4.6.1) and in Multithreaded programs you can see a large improvement. But Singlethreaded programs run slower.
    And i realized that Open64 is a pita if it comes...
  5. Seems someone submitted something "more"...

    Seems someone submitted something "more" optimized (compiler?):
    http://openbenchmarking.org/result/1110131-LI-BULLDOZER29,1110168-GR-BULLDOZER88

    and with 2600K:...
  6. My initial thoughts when reading about Bulldozer...

    My initial thoughts when reading about Bulldozer (pre release) was: "Wait, we get eight "three-quarter" cores? I want at last six full cores to replace my 1090! Will there be a 12150?"
    ATM its seems...
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