Q: Any info on the PathScale compilers?

Bill Broadley bill at math.ucdavis.edu
Wed Nov 19 17:21:24 EST 2003


Alas my ethernet AND wireless seem to be buying on the dell laptop I'm
using, keeping my notes off the network.  At least unless I can find a
smallish phillips screwdriver in the downtown pheonix area.

In any case the sheets I got are labeled speculative I believe, I have the ratios handy:

Estimate ratios for an IBM eserver 325 dual 2.0 GHz with PC3200
CINT2000 = 1065  953 1364  615 1714  935 1605 1362 1138 2206 1086 1011
CFP2000  = 1733 2225 1526 1277 1660 2425 1347 1341 1654 1134 1415 1275 613 1150
                                                                                
INT 1200 est, INT base 1173
FP  1416 est, FP  base 1237

I don't have similar numbers for NAG, PGI, or anyone else who has an opteron 
compiler handy.

-- 
Bill Broadley
Mathematics
UC Davis
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