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Old 2018-08-21, 19:39   #3
Aug 2018

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Originally Posted by Prime95 View Post
This is prime95 internals, not something for the end user to control. CLM stands for "cache line multiplier". It refers to the number of cache lines processed simultaneously in pass 1. Higher clms put more pressure on the L2 cache, but should be a little faster in carry propagation. Prime95 version 29.4 automatically benchmarks different clm values to select the fastest one for your machine.
Thank you .
Yes even the same CPU will have different clms.
Can you tell me under what circumstances clms will be the same number.Shows all CLM=2 or other number.
Thanks again.
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