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Final Linux Benchmarks Of Project Dirndl

Michael Larabel

Published on 11 June 2011
Written by Michael Larabel
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In the first SciMark composite test, the AMD system has its performance increased by 16% thanks to "Dirndl", but the 6-core Gulftown with Hyper Threading is boosted by 21%. Regardless, a 16~21% (or even 10%+) improvement via changing out part of the stack is a huge win.

The "Jacobi Successive Over-Relaxation" performance with Dirndl goes up by 22% for the AMD system and 20% for the Intel system.

With the Sparse Matrix Multiply algorithm, the AMD system is up by 10% with this soon-to-be-announced open-source initiative. With the Intel system, the Gulftown performance sadly regresses by a small margin.

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