SPECrate_int92

SPECrate_int92

(benchmark)
The integer SPECrate derived from the results of a set of integer benchmarks (the geometric mean of six SPEC rates from CINT92) run multiple times simultaneously, and can be used to estimate a machine's overall multi-tasking throughput for integer code. It is typically used on multiprocessor machines.

SPECrate_int92 obsoletes SPECintThruput89.

See also SPECbaserate.
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Throughput composites are expressed as SPECrate_int92 and SPECrate_fp92.
The new multiprocessor SuperCOMPstation 20 Model HS152-MP includes two 150 MHz processors and features 7310 SPECrate_int92 and 8758 SPECrate_fp92 (a).
The dual-processor SPARCserver 20 model 152MP features 7310 SPECrate_int92 and 8758 SPECrate_fp92.
The SuperCOMPstation 20S/812MP features two 85 MHz processors, 1 MB of external cache per CPU, and performance ratings (a) of 6304 SPECrate_int92 and 6014 SPECrate_fp92.
It is TSTI's highest-performing SPARCstation 20-compatible system, delivering estimated performances of 9539 SPECrate_int92 and 9726 SPECrate_fp92.
of CPUs 60-MHz 85-MHz Improvement _____________________________________________________________ SPECrate_int92 (base) 8 13423 20225 +51% SPECrate_int92 (peak) 8 15414 21758 +41% SPECrate_fp92 (base) 8 15572 18741 +20% SPECrate_fp92 (peak) 8 17114 20851 +22% AIM III peak throughput 8 4330 6062 +40% AIM III maximum users 8 3847 5386 +40% OLTP Throughput (tps) 8 750 1050 +40%
The four-processor model HS14MP features estimated performances of 8,124 SPECrate_int92 and 8,906 SPECrate_fp92 to deliver one of the industry's highest desktop compute performances.
The SPARCengine 20-71 offers nearly a two-fold increase in performance through the product's multiprocessing capabilities, to a SPECrate_int92 of 2,985.