High Performance Linpack (HPL) Binaries now available
Due to customer demand, AMD is now providing a set of pre-built HPL binaries. The current package uses Open64 and ACML to demonstrate the performance of AMD Family “Bulldozer” CPUs. This package is ideal for system benchmarking, stress testing, and burn-in. See where you stand compared to the Top500!
The HPL packages for AMD CPUs include software developed at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Innovative Computing Laboratories.
ACML Version 5.3.1
ACML Version 5.3.1 download is the most current version of the library.
Support for Absoft Pro Fortran Compilers
Absoft Pro Fortran is compatible with the GFORTRAN version of ACML. A makefile is now included to build the ACML examples with the Absoft compiler. For convenience a new Absoft download section points to the correct ACML version and the new example makefile. The Windows® version of Absoft Pro Fortran includes a matching ACML library.
Note on Microsoft® Windows® Visual Studio compatibility
ACML is callable from both C and Fortran. Portions of ACML are written in Fortran, so each download package below is built with a specific Fortran compiler.
If you are developing programs in C or C++ using Microsoft Visual Studio, AMD recommends the PGI FORTRAN Windows package. The Intel Fortran library is also compatible with Visual Studio.
For more information, please see the appropriate section in the ACML User Guide.
*Please note: Read EULA Agreement before downloading. If you are considering bundling ACML along with your products, you need a separate redistribution agreement. Refer to the ACML redistribution agreement page for more information.
|LAPACK Users’ Guide||LAPACK Users’ Guide Third Edition
©1999 by the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics. Certain derivative work portions have been copyrighted by the Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd.
|Individual LAPACK Routines||Obtaining individual routines in LAPACK
LAPACK, Version 3.4.0
|BLAS Routines||BLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms)
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. ASC-9313958 and DOE Grant No. DE-FG03-94ER25219. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation (NSF) or the Department of Energy (DOE).
|Intel compilers||The Windows ifort versions of the library are built with Intel® Visual Fortran Compiler Professional Edition for Windows.The Linux ifort versions of the library are build with Intel® Fortran Compser XE 2013 for Linux|
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