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McCalpin, Dr. Bandwidth, Stream: Sustainable Memory Bandwidth in High Performance Computers, here. Dr Bandwidth blog, here.

Philip J. Mucci, Low Leve Architectural Characterization Benchmark Suite, here. Old docs
1998 The CacheBench Report, here.

Thai Le, Intel, How Intel AVX2 Improves Performance on Server Applications, here

The latest Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v3 family includes a feature called Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions 2 (Intel® AVX2), which can potentially improve application performance related to high performance computing, databases, and video processing. Here we will explain the context, and provide an example of how using Intel® AVX2 improved performance for a commonly known benchmark.

SiSoftware, Benchmarks: Intel Mobile Haswell (CrystalWell): Memory Sub-SYSTEM, here.

Haswell (HSW) is the next generation Core “APU” from Intel (v4 2013) replacing the current Ivy Bridge (IVB) (v3 2012) line-up in both desktop and mobile platforms. While built on the same 22nm process as Ivy, it is a major architecture refresh, thus it introduces new instruction sets (AVX2, FMA3) and features. Not socket compatible (LGA 1150 desktop), so existing systems cannot be upgraded.

In this article we test CPU core performance; please see our other articles on:

CPU performance
GP(GPU) Iris Pro performance
Haswell’s TSX and Memory Transaction Throughput (HLE and RTM)

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