Mega-floating point operations per second - Used as a measure of how powerful your computer is, MFLOPS gauge the capability of your system to deal with floating-point math instead of raw instructions.

An abbreviation for million floating point operations.

Stands for `Million Floating-point Operations Per second'. Usually pronounced and sometimes written as mega-flops. It is used to measure the number of arithmetic operations that a computer can perform in one second -- fast computers can do larger numbers of MFLOPS. See also FLOPS, GFLOPS, TFLOPS.

A performance measurement unit for floating-point-intensive applications.

Acronym for Millions of Floating Point Operations Per Second. Refers only to floating point operations such as multiplication or addition. Relevant only if the algorithm running on the CPU requires floating point accuracy.

Mega-flops, 106 or 1 million flops.

MegaFlops. Millions of Floating Point Operations per Second. This measures a processor's performance at supporting technical, scientific and graphical interface workloads (since they consist of a large proportion of mathematical floating point operations).

Million Floating Point Instructions Per Second.

(megaflops) Million Floating Point Operations Per Second. Used to measure of the speed of a CPU or computer.

Millions of Floating Point Operations per Second, a metric for high peformance computers.

Mega Floating Point Operations Per Second, a typical measure of floating-point DSP performance