Intel HPC Benchmarking

November 28th, 2007 |
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Benchmarking is a crucial part of purchasing decisions for buyers of high-performance computing (HPC) systems. Paresh Pattani, Director of HPC and Workstation Applications, Intel says it’s crucial to test systems with real-world software application workloads, rather than relying on standardized benchmarking. In this podcast, Pattani outlines the most important criteria to use when testing high-performance computing systems, and also which tests not to rely on solely, such as SpecFP rate. Pattani explains how Intel’s new Xeon 5400 platform and chipset performed in benchmark testing.

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