On Thu, 25 Jan 2018, Daniel Traynor wrote:
> I used the tables in this article to relate performance of the new Intel processors with processors all the way back to X5650. From that I can estimate a hepspec value.
> The estimated results I'm using are
> Intel silver 4116, QMspec = 514
> Intel gold 5118, QMspec = 557
> Intel gold 6126, QMspec=628
> For AMd I had to look at a range of benchmarks comparing AMD to Intel and
> then guess a value for HepSpec, these are more guess work then estimates.
> AMD 7301, QMspec=616
> AMD 7351, QMspec=668
> Disclaimer: Note theses are guesstimates so I've called them QMspec rather
> than HepSPEC ;)
Thanks, Daniel, that is helpful.
> * Dr Daniel Traynor, Grid cluster system manager
> * Tel +44(0)20 7882 6560, Particle Physics,QMUL
> We're evaluating some offers for new machines, but the CPUs being
> offered are new enough that I'm having trouble finding any comparisons or
> benchmarks, let alone HEPSPECs. Does anyone know of any comparisons between
> these compute CPUs?
> Xeon 6126, Xeon 6130, Xeon E5-2683v4, EPYC 7501
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