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Special Forums Windows & DOS: Issues & Discussions Intel CPU benchmarks Post 51963 by woofie on Monday 7th of June 2004 01:18:13 AM
Old 06-07-2004
Intel CPU benchmarks

Hey I was wondering if anyone knows here I can get a graph of Intel Vs AMD CPU's graph.

I have found one and it's great though only for the desktop CPU. I'm also looking for one that includes the Pentium M CPU's and the next CPU's after that.

This is because I'm looking at getting a laptop soon and I would liek to find a complete benchmark graph of CPU's. Sometimes it will cost a few extra $ to get the latest model when the 2nd model down isn't that far behind.

Yes before people say search google. I have, I didn't find much. I couldn't find one that had desktop and laptop CPU's mixed in together. Or just laptop CPU's.


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ggGetSwarType(3)							GGI							  ggGetSwarType(3)

NAME
ggGetSwarType - Get CPU features SYNOPSIS
#include <ggi/gg.h> #if defined GG_HAVE_INT64 #endif #if defined GG_LITTLE_ENDIAN #endif #if defined GG_BIG_ENDIAN #endif gg_swartype ggGetSwarType(void); DESCRIPTION
The GG_HAVE_INT64 macro is defined on 64-bit architectures where 64-bit integer values function as normal integer values with respect to C operations. Otherwise it is not defined. The GG_LITTLE_ENDIAN or GG_BIG_ENDIAN are defined, respectively, when the architecture stores values in little or big endian order. One of the two will be defined, the other undefined, accordingly. SWAR stands for SIMD Within A Register. The most well known example of SWAR is Intel MMX technology. ggGetSwarType tells which specific SWAR instruction sets the CPU implements. This is useful to choose at runtime a machine-specific imple- mentation of a very calculation-intensive routine. SWAR detection is done once during ggInit(3) and the value is cached for future use, thus it should be fast enough to choose implementations on the fly. However, due to this, SMP machines must have identical feature sets in all processors in order to ensure accurate results (see the GG_OPTS option description below.) RETURN VALUE
ggGetSwarType returns an integer in which each bit set means that a specific SWAR instruction set is available. The integer value may be 32 bits long or 64 bits long, depending on whether LibGG was compiled for a 32-bit or 64-bit machine, as per the GG_HAVE_INT64 macro. RECOGNIZED SWARS
The following flags are defined for all architectures. All of these flags can be OR'ed and are exclusive even between architectures. Note at this stage of development some of these SIMD sets are not yet detected correctly. GG_SWAR_NONE The CPU can run a vanilla C program. (hopefully! :-) GG_SWAR_32BITC The CPU can perform 32-bit math fast enough to give an advantage over 16-bit math for software SWAR implementations. Almost all computers will have this capability today. GG_SWAR_ALTIVEC The CPU has an AltiVec matrix coprocessor (Motorola G4.) GG_SWAR_SSE The CPU supports Intel Streaming SIMD Extensions. GG_SWAR_SSE2 The CPU supports Intel Streaming SIMD Extensions Version 2. GG_SWAR_SSE3 The CPU supports Intel Streaming SIMD Extensions Version 3. GG_SWAR_MMX The CPU supports Intel Multimedia Extensions. GG_SWAR_MMXPLUS The CPU supports Cyrix enhancements to Intel Multimedia Extensions. GG_SWAR_3DNOW The CPU supports AMD 3DNOW! instructions. GG_SWAR_ADV3DNOW The CPU supports AMD Advanced 3DNOW! instructions. GG_SWAR_MAX The CPU supports PA-RISC MAX Instructions. GG_SWAR_SIGD The CPU supports Microunity Mediaprocessor SIGD instructions. Additionally, 64 bits architectures define the following flags: GG_SWAR_64BITC The CPU can perform 64-bit math fast enough to give an advantage over 32-bit and 16-bit math for software SWAR implementations. GG_SWAR_MVI The CPU supports DEC (Compaq) Alpha Motion Video Instructions. GG_SWAR_MAX2 The CPU supports PA-RISC MAX2 Instructions. GG_SWAR_MDMX The CPU supports MIPS Digital Media Extension (MaDMaX) Instructions. GG_SWAR_MAJC The CPU supports SUN Microprocessor Architecture for Java Computing. GG_SWAR_VIS The CPU supports the SUN Visual Instruction Set ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE
If the "-banswar=0xhexnumber" option is present in the GG_OPTS environment variable when ggInit is first called, bits set in the 0xhexnum- ber field will not be presented to the application in the return value of ggGetSwarType. This feature can be used for performance bench- marking, to disable the use of certain SWAR implementations. It may also be used if a multiproccesor machine mis-detects the usable SWAR instruction set because the processors are not identical. BUGS
No support is currently implemented for PDP endian machines. SWAR detection code is incomplete for many architectures, and as such LibGG may may fail to detect SWAR in the CPU. libgg-1.0.x 2005-08-26 ggGetSwarType(3)

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