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How i can find GFLOP/s for my CPU and CUDA GPU? My CPU is i7 950 @3.06Ghz My GPU is Nvidia geforce 9500 GT I have looked at internet but ...
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    How can i find the GFLOPS


    How i can find GFLOP/s for my CPU and CUDA GPU?

    My CPU is i7 950 @3.06Ghz
    My GPU is Nvidia geforce 9500 GT

    I have looked at internet but i do not find this specifications.

    Thanks

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    GFLOPS is a metric generated by various performance testing tools, such as LAPACK, and it ONLY measures raw floating point performance. It is like MIPS (Meaningless Index of Performance) measurements, only suitable for magazine reviews and executives who don't know what they are reading and/or talking about.

    As for what the manufacturers claim for their metrics, you should go to the intel.com and nvidia.com web sites for more information. I seem to recall some of their advertising cruft talking about GFLOPS and such.
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