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The 2nd Generation Intel Core Processor. Architectural Features Supporting HPC

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In this paper we take a look at what the 2nd generation Intel Core processor brings to high performance computing. We compare three generations of Intel CPU based systems and present a performance assessment of these three platforms. We compare three families of Intel CPU based systems utilizing a single socket platform across a number of HPC benchmarks and micro codes focused on different performance criteria, compare the results and discuss the implications for HPC.

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2011 10th International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing

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6-8 July 2011