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|1st September 2008, 16:08||#1|
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Sisoft Sandra 2009 Features GPU & CPU Mixed Benchmarks
Besides getting some record results on the 2.66 GHz 4-socket 24-core Dunnington demo box at IDF (how does 300,000 MIPS and 230 GFLOPs in double precision sound?) the new Sandra also shows some truly good NUMA-optimised dual socket Gainestown Nehalem memory bandwidth numbers on the Tylersburg platform, exactly thrice that of the dual socket Skulltrail.
All this pales in comparison to something else Sandra can do: it is the first combined CPU and GPU computational throughput benchmark we're aware of - with nice comparison graphs to boot. Even the beta version is stable - so expect the final one very soon.
We put together a simple configuration, using a 3.2 GHz QX9650 Asus Striker Extreme X48 setup with 8GB RAM of DDR3-1600 Kingston memory and Windoze Vista 64-bit SP1.
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