Re: CCL:dual-core Opteron 275 performance

A valid comparison is dual-core dual-CPU Opteron 275 workstation versus dual-core dual-CPU Xeon 3.X GHz workstation.
 At 11:00 PM 6/30/2005, you wrote:
 To add to the discussion about the performance of new dual-core
 processors for computational chemistry applications,
 the comparison of Intel and AMD dual-CPU based computers is shown at:
 As can be seen from the graph, the Gaussian 03 execution speed (test job
397) on dual-core dual-CPU Opteron 275 workstation is faster by a factor of 1.95
 as compared to the dual-CPU Xeon 3.2GHz 800MHz FSB machine.
 I would like to thank Ed Gasiorowski (AMD) and Mike Fay (Colfax
 International) for their support.
 Serge Gorelsky
  Dr S.I. Gorelsky, Department of Chemistry, Stanford University
  Box 155, 333 Campus Drive, Stanford, CA 94305-5080 USA
  Phone: (650) 723-0041. Fax: (650) 723-0852.
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