Yitian 710

By: Wilco (wilco.dijkstra.delete@this.ntlworld.com), July 21, 2022 5:33 am
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Anon (no.delete@this.spam.com) on July 21, 2022 5:17 am wrote:
> Wilco (wilco.dijkstra.delete@this.ntlworld.com) on July 21, 2022 4:31 am wrote:
> > No it's 0.4MB vs 0.13MB per core, so 3.2 times.
> Why did you forget the 1MB L2 cache? 1.4MB vs 1.125MB is just 12% more.

How does the L2 matter? It's the same so you get the same amount of cachemisses either way. Only the L3 is different, so that means L3 misses will be much higher, resulting in far higher memory latency. And that is what slows you down.

> > No. Remember it was your claim was they are all memory bandwidth limited, hence they should all score
> > identically once you have enough cores to max out memory. I've shown that's not true at all.
> They don't have to score identically to be bandwidth limited, if they are limited in part of the
> benchmark the score will increase much less than the core count, which is exactly what happens.

No that is not at all what happens - the score actually decreases significantly. Remember once again, the memory bandwidth is identical between Altra and Altra Max, so if what you say is true then you'd expect a small increase in the score, rather than a huge drop.

> > And now you seem to be claiming that they are not limited at all
> > by memory bandwidth but by the core and compiler flags?!?
> No, I am claiming that official results and Anandtech results are not comparable because of compiler flags.

I've already shown that compiler flags don't make much difference here - it's not like O3, Ofast or LTO change your memory bandwidth! The size of the input dataset and how well it fits in the cache is what matters (MCF uses a huge dataset which stresses the memory system).


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