SPEC CPU2006 Flag Description for the Intel(R) C++ Compiler 10.0 for 32-bit applications and Intel(R) Fortran Compiler 10.0 for 32-bit applications


Intel Compilers for C++ and Fortran, Version 10.0; Copyright © 2006 Intel Corporation. All Rights Reserved.


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Optimization Flags

Portability Flags

Compiler Flags

System and Other Tuning Information

Platform settings

One or more of the following settings may have been set. If so, the "Platform Notes" section of the report will say so; and you can read below to find out more about what these settings mean.

Power Regulator for ProLiant support (Default=HP Dynamic Power Savings Mode)

Values for this BIOS setting can be:

Adjacent Sector Prefetch (Default = Enabled):

This BIOS option allows the enabling/disabling of a processor mechanism to fetch the adjacent cache line within an 128-byte sector that contains the data needed due to a cache line miss.

In some limited cases, setting this option to Disabled may improve performance. In the majority of cases, the default value of Enabled provides better performance. Users should only disable this option after performing application benchmarking to verify improved performance in their environment.

submit= specperl -e "system sprintf qq{start /b /wait /affinity %x %s}, (1<<$SPECCOPYNUM), qq{ $command } "

When running multiple copies of benchmarks, the SPEC config file feature submit is sometimes used to cause individual jobs to be bound to specific processors. This specific submit command is used for Windows. The description of the elements of the command are: