Performance Numbers Leaked on AMD’s Ontario


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The German website hardware-infos.com (Google translation) has scraped some performance numbers from the BOINC database on AMD’s upcoming Ontario accelerated processing unit (APU).  The Bobcat architecture is most closely comparable to Intel’s Atom, where the name of the game is low power.  As such, the numbers aren’t anything mind-blowing, but it does beat the Atom D10 processor in floating point speed and integer speed.  Using two other AMD CPU’s, the guys at hardware-infos.com deduced that the Ontario is probably clocked at 1.4 or 1.6 GHz.  Another interesting note is that the Ontario reports an odd 488 KB of cache while the Atom D10 has 512 KB.  I’d suspect that this is just a glitch since it is an engineering sample.

(table adapted from hardware-infos.com)

CPUOSClock [GHz]Integer PerformanceFloating-point performancePerformance (vs. Ontario)
OntarioServer 2008 R21.40 to 1.60?3.047 GIPS1.351 GFLOPS
Atom D510Windows 7 x861.661.892 GIPS0.735 GFLOPS58%
Athlon X2 II 250UWindows 7 x861.603.465 GIPS1.591 GFLOPS115%
Phenom X4 II 965 BEWindows 7 x643.408.452 GIPS2.792 GFLOPS242%

Continue reading at hardware-infos.com (Google Translation) or bit-tech.com for more details.

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