| Sisoft Sandra
SiSoft Sandra has been around for some
time using a series of tests for CPU, Memory and Multimedia. Sandra is designed to test the theoretical power of a complete
system and individual components. The numbers taken though are again, purely
theoretical and may not represent real world performance.
|SiSoft Sandra 2001 Benchmark Results|
||Soyo P4S Dragon Ultra Plus
|| Integer SSE
||Integer SSE - 1.8GHz
|| Floating-Point SSE
||Floating-Point SSE - 1.8GHz
|| Dhrystone ALU
||Dhrystone ALU - 1.8GHz
|| Whetstone FPU
||Whetstone FPU - 1.8GHz
|| Integer ALU
||Integer ALU - 1.8GHz
|| Float FPU - 1.8GHz
The overclocked system shows performance increases in every single group
SuperPI calculates the number PI to 1 Million
digits in this raw number crunching benchmark. The benchmark is fairly diverse
and allows the user to change the number of digits of PI that can be calculated
from 16 Thousand to 32 Million. The benchmark, which uses 19 iterations in the
test, is set 1 Million digits.
Lower numbers denote faster calculation times
(seconds), and hence, better performance.
|Super PI (1 Million digits) Benchmark Results|
the SuperPI scores are a little slow to that of comparable
Athlon benchmarks but still that is generally accepted to be the case
as AMD processors make better number crunchers.