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FLOPS or Floating Point Operations Per Second are units used to measure a computer’s processing performance. Unlike megahertz, which are often marketed as an indicator of processor speed, FLOPS are actually a true indication of a CPU’s raw processing power. Note that FLOPS only measure floating point calculations but not integer operations so it is not a comprehensive measurement of a CPU’s capabilities.

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