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Willus.com's 2002 Win32 Compiler Benchmarks:
|/QxK||Use PIII SSE instructions|
|/QxW||Use P4 SSE-2 instructions|
|/Qipo||Use interprocedural optimizations|
|/G6||Optimize for PIII|
|/G7||Optimize for P4|
A normalized run time is given for each processor type. This is computed by dividing all of the run times in a single processor column by the best run time in that column, and then averaging those values for a given processor. The overall mean normalized score is determined by averaging the normalized scores for the three processor types (PIII, P4, Athlon).
As there are so many results, it is useful to be able to sort the data based on the data in a certain column, and so you can. Simply click on a column header in any of the results tables to sort the rows based on the data in that column.
If a code does not have a run time result on a certain system or for a certain compiler, it either means that the code would not run on that system (e.g. certain P4 optimized codes do not run on Athlons or PIIIs), or that the given compiler was not able to compile the code.
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