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|30th July 2010, 11:10||#1|
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Early AMD Llano and Ontario performance numbers tip up
AMD Llano and Ontario systems have appeared on BOINC or the Berkeley Open Infrastructure for Network Computing if you prefer.
Itís hard to draw any real conclusions from the numbers, as the clock speeds for the two CPUs arenít listed. Without knowing that itís hard to compare the processors to current products in the market, but the Ontario is looking a lot more ďreadyĒ than the Llano. The only numbers on offer is measured floating point and integer speeds in million ops/sec, The Ontario comes out with 1,351 million ops/sec for floating point and 3,047 million ops/sec for integer performance running Windows Server 2008 of all things.
We also managed to dig out some numbers for the same CPU running an unspecified version of Linux with kernel 18.104.22.168 and here the floating point speed is slightly lower at 1,330 million ops/sec, but the integer performance went up slightly to 3,120 million ops/sec. This compares quite favourably to Intelís dual core Atom 330 which only manages 871 million ops/sec for floating point and 2,249 million ops/sec for integer.
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