AMD FX 8350 processor review -
Performance Mandel | ZLib
Mandel FPU test
The Mandel FPU benchmark measures double precision (also known as 64-bit) floating-point performance through the computation of several frames of the popular "Mandelbrot" fractal. The code behind this benchmark method is written in Assembly, and it is extremely optimized for every popular AMD and Intel processor core variant by utilizing the appropriate x86 or SSE2 instruction set extension.
If you come from the Commodore 64 / Amiga era like me (Peek & Poke Commands FTW dude!), you can probably remember rendering Mandelbrot graphics, a mathematical formula that much like a paradox, never ends and thus is repetitive. Back in the 1990s it took me a full day to complete one Mandelbrot image. Amazing where we are right now as the same set of calculations can be done in a split second & even real-time.
The FPU Mandel test again is threaded, multi-processor (SMP) and multi-core aware.
This integer benchmark measures combined CPU and memory subsystem performance through the public ZLib compression library Version 1.2.2.
The ZLIB compression test was recently overhauled. This integer benchmark measures combined CPU and memory subsystem performance through the public ZLib compression library. CPU ZLib test uses basic x86 instructions, no AVX, and it is multi-processor (SMP) and multi-core (CMP) aware.
We are a little confused by the massive performance bump, but we report what we measure, and that's 329 MB/sec.
We review the AMD FX 8350 processor. Also known as the Vishera generation with PileDriver cores, today FX 8300 series is tested. It is AMD's most high-end and processor series to date, yet will remain an affordable processor series.
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