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Old 01-31-2019, 07:27 AM   #1
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Is there a database of processor (i.e., CHIP) metrics that can help me sort out which machines to keep/discard based on their intended workloads?

(not just a generic benchmark for particular "PCs" but, rather, for the CPUs themselves)
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Old 01-31-2019, 08:58 AM   #2
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cpu world has benchmarks for all cpu's
http://www.cpu-world.com/index.html

it also lets you cross reference to see what will fit into a specific mobo socket - good for upgrades.
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cpu world has benchmarks for all cpu's
http://www.cpu-world.com/index.html

it also lets you cross reference to see what will fit into a specific mobo socket - good for upgrades.
Doubtful that I'll ever deal with replacing a "chip" as I tend to upgrade by replacing entire machines. I'm more interested in comparisons of CPU1@speed1 w/memory1@bandwidth1 vs. CPU2@speed2 w/memory2@bandwidth2

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Yeah, I thought about running it on the machines in question. But, it hides too many details. How sensitive is would the targeted application(s) be to disk performance? How capable of exploiting additional cores? Memory bandwidth (vs. CPU speed)?

I'm looking, instead, for something that lets me give zero-th order estimates of what is likely to be more "useful" (in hardware) to a particular application. E.g., a single threaded app would benefit from higher memory bandwidth than from a second core. Applications with high amounts of "locality of reference" win from bigger caches. etc.
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