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hierarchy memory latency collection

Hi, everyone
I want to collect the latency of hierarchy memory, would you please give me some advice about the testing sofware. I'm working on the Intel i3/i5/i7 processor; it seems that the Calibrator(0.9e) and Memory analyzer 3.8 didn't work well. They can't give thelatency of memory accessing, nor can work on the i series processors. Besides, how to measure the latency of L1I miss and branch misprediction?
Are there any other softwares or methods that can meet these requrements?
thanks a lot!
Best regards

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