I don't think so. I would rather say it is a memory bandwidth of your testapplication thatworks insome
For example, if you try to change a priority of your test application to realtime you will get a different
number and based on my tests it could be better for ~5%.
You could get even abetter number for memory bandwidthif you use a version of 'memcpy' that uses SSE
instructions.Based on my tests 'memcpysse' is faster than 'memcpy' for 10%-15% for memory blocks
greater than 64K.