Instruction per cycle command linux Tags: CPUs Command Prompt Linux Last response: April 21, 2010 7:15 PM in CPUs Share aydinmiyanali April 21, 2010 5:55:15 PM Hello,I'm working on my final project in computer architecture. I'm wondering how I can calculate floating point IPC and floating point peak performance of a CPU? The CPU is AMD athelon. More about : instruction cycle command linux Shadow703793 a b à CPUs April 21, 2010 7:15:58 PM Are you talking about MFLOPS? If so, LinX and/or Linpack can help you out with that. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWhy is AMD (Athlon) per clock cycle faster than Intel (P4)? ForumHow much instructions per cycle did intel and amd uses ForumHigh data per cycle vs high frequency? ForumWho is purchasing Windows 8? ForumCPU Usage vs Cycle ForumConfigurating the Firewall in both Linux and Xp! ForumAn Open Letter To The Linux Enthusiasts. ForumDo I have a dead motherboard? No beep, no BIOS screen. ForumWhich linux distro on new ASUS 1215N? ForumATI Linux Drivers ForumAMD Piledriver rumours ... and expert conjecture ForumAT&T DSL modem won't link to my Linksys router ForumWant a Penryn processor crack open an apple! ForumQ8200 Replacement for Dell Stuido 540 ForumWhat's Windows Vista Worth? Play Guy's Guesstimating Game. Forumitanium emulation layer ForumCollection of AMD K10 data ForumFX-6200 vs FX-6300? ForumCycle power error ForumHelp with new build for Linux More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !