Tag Archives: benchmark

DDR4 Memory on Xeon E5-2600v3 with 3 DIMMs per channel

This week I had the opportunity to run the STREAM memory benchmark on a Microway 2U NumberSmasher server which supports up to 3 DIMMs per channel.  In practice, this system is typically configured with 768GB or 1.5TB of DDR4 memory. … Continue reading

Caffe Deep Learning Tutorial using NVIDIA DIGITS on Tesla K80 & K40 GPUs

In this Caffe deep learning tutorial, we will show how to use DIGITS in order to train a classifier on a small image set.  Along the way, we’ll see how to adjust certain run-time parameters, such as the learning rate, … Continue reading

DDR4 RDIMM and LRDIMM Performance Comparison

Recently, while carrying out memory testing in our integration lab, Lead Systems Integrator, Rick Warner,  was able to clearly identify when it is appropriate to choose load-reduced DIMMs (LRDIMM) and when it is appropriate to choose registered DIMMs (RDIMM) for … Continue reading

How to Benchmark GROMACS GPU Acceleration on HPC Clusters

We know that many of our readers are interested in seeing how molecular dynamics applications perform with GPUs, so we are continuing to highlight various packages. This time we will be looking at GROMACS, a well-established and free-to-use (under GNU GPL) … Continue reading

Benchmark MATLAB GPU Acceleration on NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPUs

MATLAB is a well-known and widely-used application – and for good reason. It functions as a powerful, yet easy-to-use, platform for technical computing. With support for a variety of parallel execution methods, MATLAB also performs well. Support for running MATLAB … Continue reading

Running GPU Benchmarks of HOOMD-blue on a Tesla K40 GPU-Accelerated Cluster

This short tutorial explains the usage of the GPU-accelerated HOOMD-blue particle simulation toolkit on our GPU-accelerated HPC cluster. Microway allows you to quickly test your codes on the latest high-performance systems – you are free to upload and run your … Continue reading

Benchmarking NAMD on a GPU-Accelerated HPC Cluster with NVIDIA Tesla K40

This is a tutorial on the usage of GPU-accelerated NAMD for molecular dynamics simulations. We make it simple to test your codes on the latest high-performance systems – you are free to use your own applications on our cluster and … Continue reading

Running AMBER on a GPU Cluster

Welcome to our tutorial on GPU-accelerated AMBER! We make it easy to benchmark your applications and problem sets on the latest hardware. Our GPU Test Drive Cluster provides developers, scientists, academics, and anyone else interested in GPU computing with the … Continue reading