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 File comments for:  Utility » Shell » sortbench.lha

Sortbench

Description: a CPU benchmark that stresses CPU, DCache,Branch
Download: sortbench.lha
Version: 1.1B
Date: 12 Nov 2016
Category: utility/shell
FileID: 10078
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Comment by: Spectre660 (76.76.182.224)At: 13 Nov 2016, 14:29File version: 1.1B
Sam460ex closed all running clock apps before running .

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SORTBENCH 1.1 (Gunnar von Boehn)
Its a CPU benchmark that stresses CPU, DCache and branch prediction.
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1 K Element : 1646.91 MB/sec
2 K Element : 1712.88 MB/sec
4 K Element : 1694.81 MB/sec
8 K Element : 1679.20 MB/sec
16 K Element : 512.01 MB/sec
32 K Element : 426.25 MB/sec



 
 
Comment by: marko (83.248.160.12)At: 13 Nov 2016, 02:23File version: 1.1B
Sam440ep-flex 800 MHz

With plain Workbench (without WBStartup progs):

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SORTBENCH 1.1 (Gunnar von Boehn)
Its a CPU benchmark that stresses CPU, DCache and branch prediction.
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1 K Element : 1199.11 MB/sec
2 K Element : 1209.99 MB/sec
4 K Element : 1210.13 MB/sec
8 K Element : 1199.02 MB/sec
16 K Element : 382.94 MB/sec
32 K Element : 303.50 MB/sec
 
 
Comment by: marko (83.248.160.12)At: 13 Nov 2016, 02:09File version: 1.1B
On Sam440ep-flex 800MHz

-------------------------------------------------------------
SORTBENCH 1.1 (Gunnar von Boehn)
Its a CPU benchmark that stresses CPU, DCache and branch prediction.
-------------------------------------------------------------
1 K Element : 1066.03 MB/sec
2 K Element : 1085.57 MB/sec
4 K Element : 1078.07 MB/sec
8 K Element : 1053.71 MB/sec
16 K Element : 344.92 MB/sec
32 K Element : 272.60 MB/sec
 
 
Comment by: zzd10h (109.9.30.119)At: 12 Nov 2016, 17:21File version: 1.1B
previous comment was from me, zzd10h,
I wanted to reply to ddni and I wrongly write "ddni" as username...
 
 
Comment by: ddni (109.9.30.119)At: 12 Nov 2016, 17:17File version: 1.1B
Ah yes, you are right, it's better :) (tested twice)

17/0.RAM Disk:sortbench> gcc -o sort -O2 sortbench.c

17/0.RAM Disk:sortbench> sort
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SORTBENCH 1.1 (Gunnar von Boehn)
Its a CPU benchmark that stresses CPU, DCache and branch prediction.
-------------------------------------------------------------
1 K Element : 2116.08 MB/sec
2 K Element : 2122.17 MB/sec
4 K Element : 2123.24 MB/sec
8 K Element : 2144.95 MB/sec
16 K Element : 2141.67 MB/sec
32 K Element : 1657.02 MB/sec

 
 
Comment by: TSK (77.86.211.251)At: 12 Nov 2016, 14:52File version: 1.1B
Compiling the utility with -O3 gave slower speed than with O1/O2. Compiling it with O0 (o zero) made the speed to drop to snails speed. These kind of tests really doesn't test a CPU as long as you can't disable multitasking completely and don't write it using assembly to avoid any compiler related tricks.
 
 
Comment by: ddni (86.151.32.102)At: 12 Nov 2016, 14:32File version: 1.1B
What do you get if you build it yourself?
 
 
Comment by: zzd10h (109.9.30.119)At: 12 Nov 2016, 13:34File version: 1.1B
 
 
Comment by: jabirulo (2.139.107.119)At: 12 Nov 2016, 11:04File version: 1.1B
SAM460ex:
SORTBENCH 1.1 (Gunnar von Boehn)
Its a CPU benchmark that stresses CPU, DCache and branch prediction.
-------------------------------------------------------------
1 K Element : 1660.98 MB/sec
2 K Element : 1662.14 MB/sec
4 K Element : 1661.23 MB/sec
8 K Element : 1629.98 MB/sec
16 K Element : 474.56 MB/sec
32 K Element : 390.30 MB/sec
 
 
Comment by: rwo (95.154.21.8)At: 12 Nov 2016, 07:29File version: 1.1
My evil Sam 666mhz gives me

1 K Element : 1006.66 MB/sec
2 K Element : 1008.71 MB/sec
4 K Element : 1009.42 MB/sec
8 K Element : 1007.09 MB/sec
16 K Element : 346.88 MB/sec
32 K Element : 267.28 MB/sec

Run from shell with no startup sequence
 
 
Comment by: rwo (95.154.21.8)At: 12 Nov 2016, 07:16File version: 1.1
Darn... look like I included the wrong binary in the first archive.

This new version is compiled with the right optimation -O2.. it should give you a nice increase.
 
 
Comment by: daveyww (118.92.8.78)At: 11 Nov 2016, 22:45File version: 1.1
Hmm, the SAM460 is pretty disappointing by comparison:

1 K Element : 1226.22 MB/sec
2 K Element : 1239.28 MB/sec
4 K Element : 1233.07 MB/sec
8 K Element : 1187.15 MB/sec
16 K Element : 445.17 MB/sec
32 K Element : 379.94 MB/sec
 
 
Comment by: Lio (213.176.206.197)At: 11 Nov 2016, 21:18File version: 1.1
on my A1XEG4 I get :
1 K Element : 1916.82 MB/sec
2 K Element : 1916.53 MB/sec
4 K Element : 1917.88 MB/sec
8 K Element : 1917.02 MB/sec
16 K Element : 1846.13 MB/sec
32 K Element : 1831.82 MB/sec
 
 
Comment by: ddni (86.151.32.102)At: 11 Nov 2016, 12:48File version: 1.1
PASEMI PA6T-1682M @1800mhz
Single core
AMIGAONE X1000

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SORTBENCH 1.1 (Gunnar von Boehn)
Its a CPU benchmark that stresses CPU, DCache and branch prediction.
-------------------------------------------------------------
1 K Element : 2084.88 MB/sec
2 K Element : 2096.05 MB/sec
4 K Element : 2105.75 MB/sec
8 K Element : 2134.63 MB/sec
16 K Element : 2112.34 MB/sec
32 K Element : 1712.92 MB/sec
 
 
Comment by: ddni (86.151.32.102)At: 11 Nov 2016, 07:59File version: 1.1
Thanks.
I wonder what scores the new Vampire 600 or 500 get?
 
 

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