Updating bios insufficient memory
AMD processors don't support SSE4 vector instructions, so I updated The new network bandwidth test is at present simple: It sends chunks of data of varying sizes to nodes, which respond when the entirely of the chunk is read.
The time from start of send to receipt of response is used to calculate the bandwidth.
The node that runs the test is the leader and the others are the transponders.
All these components, except the keyboard, can be accessed through on the bottom of the computer. Remove screws from the 1st hard drive and memory covers. Under the memory cover you will find the wireless card and RTC battery.Further improved granularity with addition of 128-byte tests. Added proper feature checks using the CPUID instruction.Added 128-byte chunk size tests to x86 processors to improve granularity, especially around the 512-byte dip seen on Intel CPUs.My program, called simply bandwidth, is an artificial benchmark primarily for measuring memory bandwidth on x86 and x86_64 based computers, useful for identifying weaknesses in a computer's memory subsystem, in the bus architecture, in the cache architecture and in the processor itself.Despite the focus on memory testing, in release 0.24 I also added network bandwidth testing. also tests some libc functions and, under GNU/Linux, it attempts to test framebuffer memory access speed if the framebuffer device is available. I added randomized 256-bit routines for 64-bit Intel CPUs. I updated the ARM code for the Raspberry pi 3 (AArch32).
Carefully start removing the bezel with a small flathead screwdriver. Simply place the bezel as it shown on the picture below.