Benchmarks: SiSoft Sandra 2004, Super Pi
| SiSoft Sandra
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 2004 Benchmark
|Gigabyte GA-8ANXP-D (i925X, 200/400)
||3850 FPU / 6611 SSE2
|Gigabyte GA-8GPNXP (i915P, 200/400)
||3927 FPU / 6859 SSE2
|Albatron PX915G Pro (i915G, 200/400)
||3828 FPU / 6596 SSE2
|Albatron PX915G Pro (i915G, 244/406)
||4644 FPU / 8070
results we see in Sandra take over from where Socket 478 Pentium 4's left off.
It's interesting to see that bandwidth differences between the DDR2 and DDR
system are close to none at the moment.
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.
numbers denote faster calculation times (seconds), and hence, better
times are in line with what we expect, with the Albatron PX915G Pro overclocked
we're able to complete a 1 million digit calculation in 34 seconds. Pretty
amazing considering we test with a standard heatsink!
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