Projects / patch-AuthenticAMD


patch-AuthenticAMD is a utility to patch binaries generated by the Intel C++ compiler to get the maximum performance on AMD CPUs. The Intel C++ compiler adds to generated binaries a CPUID test that looks if they are executed on an Intel CPU, so the binaries don't run with full optimizations on non-Intel CPUs. This utility patches such CPUID tests, so the binaries can run on an AMD CPU as if they were on a Intel CPU. It has been tested on Linux with Intel C++ compiler 10.1 (it may work with future releases of ICC). It may also work with a Fortran compiler if it has the same CPUID test, but this is not confirmed.

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