Radiance benchmarking

It's interesting, out of curiosity I copied the benchmark results from Mark's page into Excel and did some sorting. There are a good number of 3.0 GHz CPU results. At a glance without any real technical analysis it looks like the processor cache has a more significant impact on benchmark performance than CPU clock speed.
http://markjstock.org/pages/rad_bench.html

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Christopher,

I expect the bus speed will also be important.

Doug Reeder

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On Sep 12, 2011, at 9:48 AM, Christopher Rush wrote:

It's interesting, out of curiosity I copied the benchmark results from Mark's page into Excel and did some sorting. There are a good number of 3.0 GHz CPU results. At a glance without any real technical analysis it looks like the processor cache has a more significant impact on benchmark performance than CPU clock speed.
http://markjstock.org/pages/rad_bench.html

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