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-==General Info==+===General Info===
  
 HPC Challenge is a benchmark suite comprising 7 micro benchmarks designs to assess a number of HPC system characteristics. The suite includes HPL, DGEMM and FFT which test floating point performance. ​ STREAM and RandomAccess are included to access memory performance. ​ PTRANS and '​Communication bandwidth and latency'​ are used to assess network performance. {{http://​icl.cs.utk.edu/​hpcc/​|source}} HPC Challenge is a benchmark suite comprising 7 micro benchmarks designs to assess a number of HPC system characteristics. The suite includes HPL, DGEMM and FFT which test floating point performance. ​ STREAM and RandomAccess are included to access memory performance. ​ PTRANS and '​Communication bandwidth and latency'​ are used to assess network performance. {{http://​icl.cs.utk.edu/​hpcc/​|source}}
  
-==Useful Links==+===Useful Links===
  
 HPCC website [[http://​icl.cs.utk.edu/​hpcc/​]] \\ HPCC website [[http://​icl.cs.utk.edu/​hpcc/​]] \\
 HPL Calculator [[http://​hpl-calculator.sourceforge.net/​]] HPL Calculator [[http://​hpl-calculator.sourceforge.net/​]]
  
-==Installation Guide==+===Installation Guide===
  
 source Intel Compiler, MKL and MPI. source Intel Compiler, MKL and MPI.
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   make arch=intel64   make arch=intel64
  
-==Benchmark==+===Benchmark===
  
 Before running the benchmark, edit the hpccinf.txt file.  Set appropriate N, NB, P and Q values (using the calculator linked above.) Before running the benchmark, edit the hpccinf.txt file.  Set appropriate N, NB, P and Q values (using the calculator linked above.)
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