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Benchtype:
Memory
 
Memory footprint:
Medium
 
Description:
Memory bench is a highly advanced way to mensure bandwidth of an memory subsystem,
using up to 3 simultaneously running memory threads.
For every series of measurements, it will give an total memory output value as result.
 
 
Every thread is split into three main subcategories:
 
  • Memory-Stream based:
    • Copying , Scaling , Addition and Triad
  • Memory-MMX based:
    • Copying , Scaling , Addition and Triad
  • Memory-SSEx based:
    • Copying , Scaling , Addition and Triad

 

Reached results (score):
Is given in Gigabyte per second (GB/sec.) , it is the arithmetic average between Stream, MMX and SSEx .
 
Further given informations:
Benchtime (Benched in) shows the time needed to run memorybench.
Displaytime (Displayed in), shows the time needed to show the current resultset.
 
Avgerage Gain (Avg.Gain):
Is given in percent (%) , it is the arithmetic performance gain (boost) while running
up 3 simultaneously running memory threads.