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SPEC OMP® 2012

The SPEC OMP® 2012 benchmark is designed for measuring performance using applications based on the OpenMP 3.1 standard for shared-memory parallel processing. The benchmark also includes an optional metric which includes power measurement.

The benchmark includes 14 scientific and engineering application codes, covering everything from computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to molecular modeling to image manipulation. The optional energy consumption measurements are based on the SPEC Power and Performance Benchmark Methodology, which provides details on how to integrate a power metric into standardized benchmarks.

This benchmark is the successor to the SPEC OMP® 2001 benchmark, and licensees of the earlier benchmark are eligible for discounted upgrade pricing by contacting the SPEC office.

With the release of this benchmark, the SPEC OMP 2001 benchmark has been retired and results for that benchmark were no longer accepted afer January 16, 2013. After that date, only result submissions from the SPEC OMP 2012 benchmark will be accepted.


Submitted Results
Results for all of the SPEC OMP 2012 benchmark metrics; includes all of the results submitted to SPEC from the SPEC member companies and other licensees of the benchmark.


Related Publications

Selected publications related to the SPEC OMP 2012 benchmark.