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Re: Request for MMA benchmarks & platform comparisons

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  • Subject: [mg2503] Re: Request for MMA benchmarks & platform comparisons
  • From: bouldin at ENH.NIST.GOV (Charles Bouldin)
  • Date: Wed, 15 Nov 1995 01:59:35 -0500
  • Organization: NIST

In article <486qv9$6co at ralph.vnet.net>, roussel at physics.mcgill.ca (Harold
Roussel) wrote:

[snip]
> So, if I were to pickup a platform-OS combo, it would probably be
> WinNT running on a P6-200.  Without doubt the fastest setup for
                              ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
> integer-based calculations in MMA (unless you are ready to spend
  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

Have you run Unterkolfer's benchmarks to back this up? The P6 is touted
regularly on other groups, but I've not seen the MMA tests. If the data
are available, I would love to see them. At this point, I'm very dubious
of the spec tests RUN BY INTEL and would love to see more independent
tests!


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