MBW

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MBW is a memory bandwidth benchmark program. MBW determines the "copy" memory bandwidth available to userspace programs. Its simplistic approach models that of real applications. It is not tuned to extremes and it is not aware of hardware architecture, just like your average software package. Whats New in This Release: · MBW now runs much faster due to quicker preparation for the tests. · A new test (memcpy() with arbitrary block size) was added. · Options to select tests and customize output were added..

Mbw - Memory Bandwidth Benchmark - Memory Bandwidth - Memory - Bandwidth - Benchmark - Debuggers - Programming

Published By:Andras Horvath

License Type:Freeware

Date Added:22 October, 2010

Version:1.1

Price:Free

Downloads:90

Size:3.1 KB

Platform: Linux

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