VMware testing on Microsoft Windows 10 Home Build 17134 via the Phoronix Test Suite.

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gnsft-win10-hvmb-sci-comp-11jan2021OpenBenchmarking.orgPhoronix Test Suite 10.8.3AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3960X 24-Core @ 3.80GHz (8 Cores)Intel 440BX1 x 16384 MB 0MHz150GB VMware Virtual SVMware SVGA 3DIntel 82574L Gigabit Connection #4 + Intel 82574L Gigabit Connection #2 + Intel 82574L Gigabit Connection + Intel 82574L Gigabit Connection #3 + Intel 82574L Gigabit Connection #5 + Bluetooth Device (RFCOMM Protocol TDI) + Bluetooth Device (Personal Area )Microsoft Windows 10 Home Build 1713410.0 (x86_64) 7.1.0NTFS1110x968VMwareProcessorMotherboardMemoryDiskGraphicsNetworkOSKernelDisplay DriverCompilerFile-SystemScreen ResolutionSystem LayerGnsft-win10-hvmb-sci-comp-11jan2021 BenchmarksSystem Logs

Timed MrBayes Analysis

This test performs a bayesian analysis of a set of primate genome sequences in order to estimate their phylogeny. Learn more via the test page.

OpenBenchmarking.orgSeconds, Fewer Is BetterTimed MrBayes Analysis 3.2.7Primate Phylogeny Analysisgnsft-win10-hvmb-sci-comp-11jan202190180270360450SE +/- 1.00, N = 2416


FFTE is a package by Daisuke Takahashi to compute Discrete Fourier Transforms of 1-, 2- and 3- dimensional sequences of length (2^p)*(3^q)*(5^r). Learn more via the test page.

OpenBenchmarking.orgMFLOPS, More Is BetterFFTE 7.0Test: N=256, 1D Complex FFT Routinegnsft-win10-hvmb-sci-comp-11jan20215K10K15K20K25KSE +/- 447.01, N = 225439.82


NAMD is a parallel molecular dynamics code designed for high-performance simulation of large biomolecular systems. NAMD was developed by the Theoretical and Computational Biophysics Group in the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Learn more via the test page.

OpenBenchmarking.orgdays/ns, Fewer Is BetterNAMD 2.14ATPase Simulation - 327,506 Atomsgnsft-win10-hvmb-sci-comp-11jan20210.84921.69842.54763.39684.246SE +/- 0.23878, N = 23.77431