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Articles for the keywords: SPECint_rate2006
26 Oct 2015 One SPARC Beats Two POWER8 on 3 out 4 SPECrate metrics [47063]
By John L. Henning

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08 Apr 2015 Enhanced SPARC64 X+ Processor for Fujitsu M10 Servers [41790]
By John Shell

John writes, "More choice = more opportunity.

A new 3.7GHz SPARC64 X+ 8-core processor option is now available for the Fujitsu M10-1 and M10-4 servers. The SPECint_rate2006 benchmark shows a 30% increase in performance for the M10-1, and a 25% increase for the M10-4.

The Fujitsu M10 servers are designed to meet the needs of mission critical and business critical applications. Combined with Oracle Solaris, they provide excellent investment protection for Oracle customers. A quick comparison of the SPARC64 X and X+ processors is below:..."
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22 Apr 2013 SPARC T5 Systems Deliver SPEC CPU2006 Rate Benchmark Multiple World Records [30621]
Leave IBM 760 and 780, HP DL980 G7 Behind

Oracle's SPARC T5 8-processor based systems, running Oracle Solaris 11.1 and Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 software, delivered record performance on the SPEC CPU2006 rate benchmarks, beating the 8 processor IBM Power 760 with POWER7+ processors, the 8 processor IBM Power 780 with POWER7 processors and the 8 processor HP DL980 G7 with Intel Xeon E7-4870 processors. The SPARC T5-1B server module delivered record SPEC CPU2006 rate benchmark results for systems with one processor, beating the 1 processor IBM Power 710 Express with a POWER7 processor and the 1 processor NEC Express5800/R120d-1M with an Intel Xeon E5-2690 processor and the 1 processor Supermicro A+ 1012G-MTF.
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05 Jan 2011 SPECint results for the SPARC64 VII+ [23811]
Moellenkamp Blog Sparks Dialog Over Cache Size and SPECint

The recent SPECcpu results for the SPARC64 VII+ are the subject of a Joerg Moellenkamp blog in which he comments on the historical relationship between processor frequency and benchmark results. With a clock frequency of 2660 MHz a speed bump of 130 MHz was announced. Although the expectation was for a SPECint_rate2006 result of 328, the result was SPECint_rate2006 = 352, he writes. Moellenkamp also notes the apparent connection between the size of L2 cache, pointing out that "SPECint really likes larger caches." A comments section, exponentially longer than Moellenkamp's own post, takes up this point along with other issues.
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20 Dec 2010 Oracle Linux Delivers Top CPU Benchmark Results on Sun Blades [23768]
Exceeds HP ProLiant BL2X220c G5 by Significant Margin

Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.5, running on a dual-node Sun Blade X6275 M2 server module (two compute nodes per blade) delivered the best SPECint_rate2006 and SPECfp_rate2006 benchmark results for all systems with Intel Xeon processor 5000 sequence. The opposition included HP's dual-node blade server and, based on their single node performance, the Sun Blade X6275 M2 server module SPECfp_rate2006 score of 241 outperformed the best published HP ProLiant BL2X220c G5 server score by 3.2x, as reported in Oracle's Linux Blog.
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