Hello Team,

I have installed BurnInTest Linux V4.0 on Ubuntu 16.04. I am running Test on Intel i5 CPU (2.40GHz). I am running only CPU Maths test using cmdline option.

I want to understand the numbers (Cycles and Operations) displayed in the window for the test.

As per user guide it says that it represent "how many millions of calculations have been performed and verified. Each different test is run for half a second. After all tests have been run the cycle count is incremented"

What is relation between Cycles and operations? How the cycle count increments?

If cycle count increments after half second then if I run the test for 1 min the cycle count value should be 120, but I am getting value 40.

Since I am getting variation in cycle counts and Operations in each iterations.. Can I compare Operations per cycle (Number of operations/ Number of cycles) for the each iteration?

Thanks.

I have installed BurnInTest Linux V4.0 on Ubuntu 16.04. I am running Test on Intel i5 CPU (2.40GHz). I am running only CPU Maths test using cmdline option.

I want to understand the numbers (Cycles and Operations) displayed in the window for the test.

As per user guide it says that it represent "how many millions of calculations have been performed and verified. Each different test is run for half a second. After all tests have been run the cycle count is incremented"

What is relation between Cycles and operations? How the cycle count increments?

If cycle count increments after half second then if I run the test for 1 min the cycle count value should be 120, but I am getting value 40.

Since I am getting variation in cycle counts and Operations in each iterations.. Can I compare Operations per cycle (Number of operations/ Number of cycles) for the each iteration?

Thanks.

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