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Bug Id ?
Reporter ?
Riboshom
Product/Version ?
HardInfo / Current development version
Status ?
Assigned
Severity ?
Enhancement
Duplicate Of ?
- none -
Summary ?
Easier to understand and more objective readings
Report Time ?
March 15, 2010 01:58:42 AM
Assignment ?
Leandro Pereira
Resolution ?
Open
Priority ?
Deferred
Dependencies ?
- none -


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March 15, 2010 01:58:42 AM Riboshom
As far as I know, the power of a processor doesn't depends on it's clock (hertz) but on it's computing capabilities.
I don't know if il bould be possible, but it would be nice to have hardware data presented in a nice and understanable way.

Ex:
Intel core2 6300:

Operations per cycle: 4,2
Cycles per seconds (Hz): *1.86 billions
Numbers of processors: *2
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Floating operations/sec: 15.62 billions


April 24, 2010 04:01:11 PM Leandro Pereira
There isn't an easy way to do that automatically. I would have to maintain tables with those informations -- I have plans to do so but they might take a while.

April 25, 2010 04:41:58 AM Riboshom
Why would you need to keep tables?
For the number of operation per cycle? Can't we know that with benchmarks?

(Hey, I'm bugreport #42! Awesome! =D)

April 25, 2010 01:26:46 PM Leandro Pereira
Benchmarks would give only an estimate. It is *very* difficult to measure time on a multitask environment.