SPEC® CFP2006 Result

Copyright 2006-2014 Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation

Fujitsu

PRIMERGY RX350 S8, Intel Xeon E5-2667 v2, 3.30 GHz

SPECfp®2006 = 113

CPU2006 license: 19 Test date: Sep-2013
Test sponsor: Fujitsu Hardware Availability: Oct-2013
Tested by: Fujitsu Software Availability: Sep-2013
Benchmark results graph
Hardware
CPU Name: Intel Xeon E5-2667 v2
CPU Characteristics: Intel Turbo Boost Technology up to 4.00 GHz
CPU MHz: 3300
FPU: Integrated
CPU(s) enabled: 16 cores, 2 chips, 8 cores/chip, 2 threads/core
CPU(s) orderable: 1,2 chips
Primary Cache: 32 KB I + 32 KB D on chip per core
Secondary Cache: 256 KB I+D on chip per core
L3 Cache: 25 MB I+D on chip per chip
Other Cache: None
Memory: 256 GB (16 x 16 GB 2Rx4 PC3-14900R-13, ECC)
Disk Subsystem: 1 x SATA, 500 GB, 7200 RPM
Other Hardware: None
Software
Operating System: Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.4
(Santiago)
2.6.32-358.11.1.el6.x86_64
Compiler: C/C++: Version 14.0.0.080 of Intel C++ Studio XE
for Linux;
Fortran: Version 14.0.0.080 of Intel Fortran
Studio XE for Linux
Auto Parallel: Yes
File System: ext4
System State: Run level 5 (multi-user)
Base Pointers: 64-bit
Peak Pointers: 32/64-bit
Other Software: None

Results Table

Benchmark Base Peak
Seconds Ratio Seconds Ratio Seconds Ratio 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 27.2 499   27.6 492   27.6 492   27.2 499   27.6 492   27.6 492  
416.gamess 523   37.5 520   37.6 521   37.6 451   43.4 453   43.3 452   43.3
433.milc 119   77.0 119   76.9 119   77.0 116   79.4 118   78.0 118   78.0
434.zeusmp 49.2 185   49.4 184   49.0 186   49.2 185   49.4 184   49.0 186  
435.gromacs 143   49.9 143   50.0 143   50.0 143   49.9 143   50.0 143   50.0
436.cactusADM 18.8 634   19.0 628   18.8 634   18.8 634   19.0 628   18.8 634  
437.leslie3d 28.4 331   28.4 331   28.0 335   28.4 331   28.4 331   28.0 335  
444.namd 291   27.5 291   27.5 290   27.7 285   28.2 285   28.1 285   28.1
447.dealII 180   63.5 180   63.5 180   63.5 180   63.5 180   63.5 180   63.5
450.soplex 153   54.4 155   53.9 156   53.5 153   54.4 155   53.9 156   53.5
453.povray 100   53.0 101   52.8 97.7 54.4 83.9 63.4 83.8 63.5 81.2 65.5
454.calculix 156   52.8 156   52.8 157   52.6 144   57.4 145   57.0 144   57.4
459.GemsFDTD 50.8 209   50.6 210   50.4 211   47.3 224   46.9 226   47.5 223  
465.tonto 222   44.3 223   44.1 224   44.0 181   54.3 184   53.6 181   54.3
470.lbm 24.2 567   23.6 582   23.8 577   24.2 567   23.6 582   23.8 577  
481.wrf 92.2 121   91.4 122   92.4 121   92.2 121   91.4 122   92.4 121  
482.sphinx3 223   87.4 222   87.9 225   86.7 223   87.4 222   87.9 225   86.7

Operating System Notes

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

Platform Notes

 BIOS configuration:
 Energy Performance = Performance
 Utilization Profile = Unbalanced

General Notes

Environment variables set by runspec before the start of the run:
KMP_AFFINITY = "granularity=fine,compact,1,0"
LD_LIBRARY_PATH = "/SPECcpu2006/libs/32:/SPECcpu2006/libs/64:/SPECcpu2006/sh"
OMP_NUM_THREADS = "16"

 Binaries compiled on a system with 1x Core i7-860 CPU + 8GB
 memory using RedHat EL 6.4
 Transparent Huge Pages enabled with:
 echo always > /sys/kernel/mm/redhat_transparent_hugepage/enabled
 runspec command invoked through numactl i.e.:
 numactl --interleave=all runspec <etc>
 This result was measured on the PRIMERGY RX350 S8.The PRIMERGY RX350 S8
 and the PRIMERGY TX300 S8 are electronically equivalent.
 For information about Fujitsu please visit: http://www.fujitsu.com

Submitted_by: "Brand, Thomas" <thomas.brand@ts.fujitsu.com>
Submitted: Tue Sep 17 04:37:13 EDT 2013
Submission: cpu2006-20130906-26222.sub

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   -parallel   -opt-prefetch   -ansi-alias 

C++ benchmarks:

 -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -opt-prefetch   -ansi-alias 

Fortran benchmarks:

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

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C:

 -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -parallel   -opt-prefetch   -ansi-alias 

Peak Compiler Invocation

C benchmarks:

 icc -m64 

C++ benchmarks:

 icpc -m64 

Fortran benchmarks:

 ifort -m64 

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C:

 icc -m64   ifort -m64 

Peak Portability Flags

Same as Base Portability Flags

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)   -auto-ilp32   -ansi-alias 
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:  basepeak = yes 
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:  basepeak = yes 
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- 
434.zeusmp:  basepeak = yes 
437.leslie3d:  basepeak = yes 
459.GemsFDTD:  -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   -opt-prefetch   -parallel 
465.tonto:  -xAVX(pass 2)   -prof-gen(pass 1)   -ipo(pass 2)   -O3(pass 2)   -no-prec-div(pass 2)   -prof-use(pass 2)   -inline-calloc   -opt-malloc-options=3   -auto   -unroll4 

Benchmarks using both Fortran and C:

435.gromacs:  basepeak = yes 
436.cactusADM:  basepeak = yes 
454.calculix:  -xAVX   -ipo   -O3   -no-prec-div   -auto-ilp32   -ansi-alias 
481.wrf:  basepeak = yes 

The flags files that were used to format this result can be browsed at
https://pro.spec.org/private/osg/submit/cpu2006/flags/Intel-ic14.0-official-linux64.html,
https://pro.spec.org/private/osg/submit/cpu2006/flags/Fujitsu-Platform.20130906.html.

You can also download the XML flags sources by saving the following links:
https://pro.spec.org/private/osg/submit/cpu2006/flags/Intel-ic14.0-official-linux64.xml,
https://pro.spec.org/private/osg/submit/cpu2006/flags/Fujitsu-Platform.20130906.xml.

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