New Linpack Stress Test Released

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Nov 3, 2007
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The false positive is fixed now. It only affected modern Intel CPUs and v1.0.0. Previous versions are OK.
 
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Zucker2k

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I understand your frustration, Andrew, but that's a bit harsh. Let's give the member an opportunity to investigate what the issue could be. It may end up not being his fault.
 
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Microsoft releases buggy updates all the time. With all its budget, workforce, and beta testers.
 

madtronik

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The false positive is fixed now. It only affected modern Intel CPUs and v1.0.0. Previous versions are OK.
Greetings,

I think I have found another false positive. Testing with a brand new Ryzen 3600 in a B450 board it fails within seconds even at stock and the memory running at 2133. But this only happens with the 64 bit version. With the 32 bit version it works flawlessly and I get 100Gflops performance with the memory already running at 3600.
 
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Greetings,

I think I have found another false positive. Testing with a brand new Ryzen 3600 in a B450 board it fails within seconds even at stock and the memory running at 2133. But this only happens with the 64 bit version. With the 32 bit version it works flawlessly and I get 100Gflops performance with the memory already running at 3600.
Does it occur on the Linux version too? Try to update motherboard firmware and chipset drivers.
 

lopri

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I get the same results as madtronik's. The app errors out immediately under a stable (i.e. stock) configuration. I am looking for a usable Linpack on X570 platform.
 

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