Work machine i7-4790
CPU at 4.6GHz giving 100 GFlops
Output from BOINC http://boinc.berkeley.edu/ running SETI and Einstein at home.
Onboard graphics giving 208GFlops
7970 card giving 10,342 GFlops… ie 10 TFlops
Floating Point Operations per Second.
i7-2630QM 2GHz CPU giving 47 GFlops
Graphics card: 274 GFlops
Phils Work Machine
2,600 fp MIPS
10,000 int MIPS per CPU
so maybe around 100GFlops for CPU’s?
http://boinc.berkeley.edu/projects.php – a list of projects showing which platofmrs/GPU’s are supported
I’m helping out on Einstein at Home (pulsar searching) as the big AMD card is supported: http://einstein.phys.uwm.edu/show_user.php?userid=720752
And SETI – AMD card (and nVidia) supported too.
Both projects can use the GPU – only word item at a time though.
When BOINC starts up can see the CUDA/OpenCL stats giving a GLOPS number
I had to run Advanced, Run CPU Benchmarks to get a GLOPS for my CPU:
See in Advanced, Event Log.
9 Einstein at home jobs running – 8 cores on CPU and 1 on nVidia GPU