SPEC® CFP2006 Result

Copyright 2006-2012 Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation

Dell Inc.

PowerEdge R620 (Intel Xeon E5-2665, 2.40 GHz)

CPU2006 license: 55 Test date: Feb-2012
Test sponsor: Dell Inc. Hardware Availability: Mar-2012
Tested by: Dell Inc. Software Availability: Feb-2012
Benchmark results graph
Hardware
CPU Name: Intel Xeon E5-2665
CPU Characteristics: Intel Turbo Boost Technology up to 3.10 GHz
CPU MHz: 2400
FPU: Integrated
CPU(s) enabled: 16 cores, 2 chips, 8 cores/chip, 2 threads/core
CPU(s) orderable: 1,2 chip
Primary Cache: 32 KB I + 32 KB D on chip per core
Secondary Cache: 256 KB I+D on chip per core
L3 Cache: 20 MB I+D on chip per chip
Other Cache: None
Memory: 128 GB (16 x 8 GB 2Rx4 PC3-12800R-11, ECC)
Disk Subsystem: 2 x 146 GB 15000 RPM SAS, RAID 0
Other Hardware: None
Software
Operating System: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 (x86_64)
3.0.13-0.9-default
Compiler: C/C++: Version 12.1.0.225 of Intel C++ Studio XE
for Linux;
Fortran: Version 12.1.0.225 of Intel Fortran
Studio XE for Linux
Auto Parallel: No
File System: ext3
System State: Run level 3 (multi-user)
Base Pointers: 32/64-bit
Peak Pointers: 32/64-bit
Other Software: None

Results Table

Benchmark Base Peak
Copies Seconds Ratio Seconds Ratio Seconds Ratio Copies Seconds Ratio Seconds Ratio Seconds Ratio
Results appear in the order in which they were run. Bold underlined text indicates a median measurement.
410.bwaves 32 1082 402 1082 402 1082 402 16 529 411 529 411 529 411
416.gamess 32 1284 488 1282 489 1300 482 32 1281 489 1281 489 1331 471
433.milc 32 754 390 756 389 754 390 32 753 390 753 390 754 390
434.zeusmp 32 556 523 564 517 553 526 32 556 523 564 517 553 526
435.gromacs 32 588 389 595 384 596 384 32 588 389 595 384 596 384
436.cactusADM 32 637 600 651 588 641 596 32 637 600 651 588 641 596
437.leslie3d 32 1085 277 1083 278 1086 277 16 505 298 505 298 504 298
444.namd 32 663 387 677 379 686 374 32 668 384 672 382 673 381
447.dealII 32 430 851 433 845 430 852 32 430 851 433 845 430 852
450.soplex 32 911 293 913 292 913 292 16 384 347 384 347 384 347
453.povray 32 264 644 267 639 268 634 32 228 748 231 737 233 731
454.calculix 32 425 621 427 618 425 621 32 425 621 423 625 423 624
459.GemsFDTD 32 1285 264 1285 264 1295 262 32 1285 264 1285 264 1295 262
465.tonto 32 597 528 595 529 591 533 32 578 545 577 546 579 544
470.lbm 32 849 518 849 518 850 517 32 849 518 849 518 850 517
481.wrf 32 737 485 737 485 740 483 32 730 490 727 491 729 490
482.sphinx3 32 1395 447 1388 449 1390 449 32 1395 447 1388 449 1390 449

Submit Notes

 The numactl mechanism was used to bind copies to processors. The config file option 'submit'
 was used to generate numactl commands to bind each copy to a specific processor.
 For details, please see the config file.

Operating System Notes

 Stack size set to unlimited using "ulimit -s unlimited"

Platform Notes

 System Profile set to Custom
 CPU Power Management set to Maximum Performance
 Memory Frequency set to Maximum Performance
 Turbo Boost set to Enabled
 C States/C1E set to Enabled
 Sysinfo program /root/CPU2006-1.2/config/sysinfo.rev6800
 $Rev: 6800 $ $Date:: 2011-10-11 #$ 6f2ebdff5032aaa42e583f96b07f99d3
 running on unsvr Tue Feb 21 22:28:17 2012

 This section contains SUT (System Under Test) info as seen by
 some common utilities.  To remove or add to this section, see:
   http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/Docs/config.html#sysinfo

 From /proc/cpuinfo
    model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2665 0 @ 2.40GHz
       2 "physical id"s (chips)
       32 "processors"
    cores, siblings (Caution: counting these is hw and system dependent.  The
    following excerpts from /proc/cpuinfo might not be reliable.  Use with
    caution.)
       cpu cores : 8
       siblings  : 16
       physical 0: cores 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
       physical 1: cores 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7
    cache size : 20480 KB

 From /proc/meminfo
    MemTotal:       132089856 kB
    HugePages_Total:       0
    Hugepagesize:       2048 kB

 /usr/bin/lsb_release -d
    SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86_64)

 From /etc/*release* /etc/*version*
    SuSE-release:
       SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86_64)
       VERSION = 11
       PATCHLEVEL = 2

 uname -a:
    Linux unsvr 3.0.13-0.9-default #1 SMP Mon Jan 16 17:33:03 UTC 2012 (54ddfaf)
    x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

 run-level 3 Feb 21 09:33 last=S

 SPEC is set to: /root/CPU2006-1.2
    Filesystem     Type  Size  Used Avail Use% Mounted on
    /dev/sda1      ext3  265G   68G  183G  27% /

 Additional information from dmidecode:

 (End of data from sysinfo program)

General Notes

Environment variables set by runspec before the start of the run:
LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "/root/CPU2006-1.2/libs/32:/root/CPU2006-1.2/libs/64"

 Binaries compiled on a system with 1x Core i7-860 CPU + 8GB memory using RHEL5.5
 The Dell PowerEdge R620 and
 the Bull NovaScale R440 F3 models are electronically equivalent.
 The results have been measured on a Dell PowerEdge R620 model
 Filesystem page cache cleared with:
 echo 1>       /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches
 runspec command invoked through numactl i.e.:
 numactl --interleave=all runspec <etc>

Base Compiler Invocation

C benchmarks:

 icc -m64 

C++ benchmarks:

 icpc -m64 

Fortran benchmarks:

 ifort -m64 

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C:

 icc -m64   ifort -m64 

Base Portability Flags

410.bwaves:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
416.gamess:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
433.milc:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
434.zeusmp:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
435.gromacs:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -nofor_main 
436.cactusADM:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -nofor_main 
437.leslie3d:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
444.namd:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
447.dealII:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
450.soplex:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
453.povray:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
454.calculix:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -nofor_main 
459.GemsFDTD:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
465.tonto:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
470.lbm:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
481.wrf:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -DSPEC_CPU_CASE_FLAG   -DSPEC_CPU_LINUX 
482.sphinx3:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 

Base Optimization Flags

C benchmarks:

 -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -static   -opt-prefetch   -auto-p32   -ansi-alias   -opt-mem-layout-trans=3 

C++ benchmarks:

 -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -static   -opt-prefetch   -auto-p32   -ansi-alias   -opt-mem-layout-trans=3 

Fortran benchmarks:

 -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -static   -opt-prefetch 

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C:

 -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -static   -opt-prefetch   -auto-p32   -ansi-alias   -opt-mem-layout-trans=3 

Peak Compiler Invocation

C benchmarks:

 icc -m64 

C++ benchmarks (except as noted below):

 icpc -m64 
450.soplex:  icpc -m32 

Fortran benchmarks:

 ifort -m64 

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C:

 icc -m64   ifort -m64 

Peak Portability Flags

410.bwaves:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
416.gamess:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
433.milc:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
434.zeusmp:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
435.gromacs:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -nofor_main 
436.cactusADM:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -nofor_main 
437.leslie3d:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
444.namd:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
447.dealII:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
453.povray:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
454.calculix:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -nofor_main 
459.GemsFDTD:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
465.tonto:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
470.lbm:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 
481.wrf:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64   -DSPEC_CPU_CASE_FLAG   -DSPEC_CPU_LINUX 
482.sphinx3:  -DSPEC_CPU_LP64 

Peak Optimization Flags

C benchmarks:

433.milc:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -static   -auto-ilp32   -opt-mem-layout-trans=3 
470.lbm:  basepeak = yes 
482.sphinx3:  basepeak = yes 

C++ benchmarks:

444.namd:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -fno-alias   -auto-ilp32 
447.dealII:  basepeak = yes 
450.soplex:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -opt-malloc-options=3 
453.povray:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -unroll4   -ansi-alias 

Fortran benchmarks:

410.bwaves:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -static 
416.gamess:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -unroll2   -inline-level=0   -scalar-rep-   -static 
434.zeusmp:  basepeak = yes 
437.leslie3d:  -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -static   -opt-prefetch 
459.GemsFDTD:  basepeak = yes 
465.tonto:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -unroll4   -auto   -inline-calloc   -opt-malloc-options=3 

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C:

435.gromacs:  basepeak = yes 
436.cactusADM:  basepeak = yes 
454.calculix:  -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -static   -auto-ilp32   -opt-mem-layout-trans=3 
481.wrf:  Same as 454.calculix 

The flags files that were used to format this result can be browsed at
http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/flags/Intel-ic12.1-official-linux64.20111122.html,
http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/flags/Dell-Platform-Settings-V1.2-revA.20120328.html.

You can also download the XML flags sources by saving the following links:
http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/flags/Intel-ic12.1-official-linux64.20111122.xml,
http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/flags/Dell-Platform-Settings-V1.2-revA.20120328.xml.