SPECint92

SPECint92

(benchmark)
A benchmark result derived from the results of a set of integer benchmarks from SPEC (geometric mean of the 6 SPEC ratios of CINT92) which can be used to estimate a machine's single-tasking performance on integer code.

SPECint92 obsoletes SPECint89.

Results.

See also SPECbase_int92.
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Simulations of a processor using branch-predicted prefetching with three prefetch entries per BTB entry found that miss rates improved by between 11.8% and 63.9% for six SPECint92 benchmarks.
The SPECint92 ratings for these two machines are respectively 65.2 and 60.3, which are quite comparable.
We used a SPARCstation 5 Model 70 rated at 60 SPECint92 and 47 SPECfp92, and a GNU C++ compiler set for maximum optimization (-03).
The router-under-test was a DECstation 3000/300 Alpha-based system running Digital UNIX V3.2, with a SPECint92 rating of 66.2.
In recognition of the demand for aggregate result numbers, composite values are deflned as: SPECint92 = the geometric mean of the six SPEC ratios from CINT92; and SPECfp92 = the geometric mean of the 14 SPEC ratios from CFP92.
With estimated performance values of 75 SPECInt92 and 85 SPECfp92, the 603 is comparable in performance to present-day high-end personal computer and workstation processors.
* performance to 150.6 SPECfp92, 80 SPECint92, and 147 SPECmark89;
For example, Figure 1 shows a code fragment from the SPECint92 benchmark eqntott.
Frequency (Int/Ext) in MHz Benchmark 50/50 60/66 80/40 SPECint92 47 60 75 SPECfp92 53 70 85 Another possible method is to rely on the PC chipset to monitor the bus activity of the 603 (similar to how most x86-based PCs currently operate).
MIPS Time on Translated Time DECstation on DEC 3000 AXP Program 5000/240 Model 500 SPECint92 (40 MHz) (150 MHz) espresso 2.4 1.1 (1.0)(1) li 1.6 1.2 (1.0) eqntott 1.6 2.1 (1.0) compress 2.7 1.0 (1.0) sc __(2) __ gcc 2.1 1.2 (1.0) Geometric Mean 2.0 1.3 (1.0) (without sc)