<benchmark> A benchmark result derived from the results of a set of floating-point benchmarks (the geometric mean of 14 SPEC rates from CFP92) run multiple times simultaneously, which can be used to estimate a machine's overall multi-tasking throughput for floating-point code. It is typically used on multiprocessor machines.

SPECrate_fp92 obsoletes SPECfpThruput89.

Last updated: 1994-11-14

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