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Old 08-13-2016, 12:12 AM   #1
Luck161
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Memory/RAM Benchmarking software similar to "Sysbench" and the "mbw" tool


I need at least 2 more benchmarks that are similar to "Sysbench" and "mbw" which take a specified amount of memory, and they stress it by running a task such as copying an amount of memory from the first half to the next half of memory. It doesn't really matter how ram is tested as long as I can choose the amount of ram to test, and the test itself must give me a numerical result. Thanks
 
  


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