[nSLUG] Atom processor - bogo mips
jim at on-site.ns.ca
Tue Sep 2 07:52:42 ADT 2008
Good Day All;
About a week ago the subject of the Intel Atom processor came up. I had
said that we had CentOS running on one.
I was curious to find the bogomips number and came up with 2 answers for
An HP Pentium 4 running at 2.66 GHz on a 533 FSB gave a bogo-mips of
The Intel D945GCLF motherboard running the ATOM 230 (not 270 as I
thought) at 1.6 GHz on a 533 FSB gives a bogo-mips of about 3191.
Now I do not know how bogo-mips are calculated. However the two numbers
appear to be closely correlated to the processor core clock speed.
Either way with lots of RAM both units give good performance.
James A. Haliburton
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