AMD processors such as the AMD 16-core bulldozer processors
I'm not a Windows developer. I would try with
-static (a gcc option, which can be used with gfortran, I think), based on
http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gfortran/ ... NU-Fortran
And, just in case:
-static-libgfortran, based on
http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gfortran/ ... nk-Options
Also, enable full warning generation. Unfortunately, "this option has no effect" statement/s in the man pages does not help a lot... so I think you will have to try and see by yourself, since it applies to every library used by your source code.
BTW,AMD processors such as the AMD 16-core bulldozer processors
I've seen that bulldozer is just about 8-core + SMT + replicated integer units, do you have non floating point compute intensive code?
It seems to me you are saying FX-8150 is only fast for non floating point compute intensive code, but not double precision computation?
How does it compare with AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 965 for double precision computation?
The FPU is a coprocessor model that is shared between the two cores of one AMD Family 15h compute unit.
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