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Gigabyte G-MAX N512 Centrino Laptop Review

Gigabyte G-MAX N512 Centrino Laptop Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: The G-MAX N512 features an ample 15" wide TFT LCD screen, ATI Radeon Mobility 9700 graphics chip, 60GB hard drive, built-in 802.11G wireless networking, and more...
 82% Rating:   
Filed under: Notebooks Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Gigabyte Feb 22 2005   Mike Dowler  
Home > Reviews > Notebooks > Gigabyte G-MAX N512

Benchmarks: Sysmark2004, Mobile Mark 2004

SYSmark 2004 Source: Bapco

SYSmark 2004 is BAPCo's latest revision of the mainstream office productivity and Internet content creation benchmark used to characterize the performance of the business client. It is based on a foundation of extensive research into emerging usage models and computing trends and incorporates the latest benchmarking methodologies to evaluate platform technologies. SYSmark 2004 contains scientifically designed workloads that represent the range of activities that an office productivity or Internet content creation work may encounter. In addition with extensive validation across multiple platforms, users can be sure of a consistent and reliable performance comparison.

SYSmark 2004 - Benchmark Results
Internet Overall: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 160
3D Creation: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 151
2D Creation: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 188
Web Publication Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 143

Office Oriented Benchmarks

Office Overall: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 106
Communication: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 147
Document Creation: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 106
Data Analysis: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 76

Pretty much the expected results here. The N512 turns out middle-of-the-road numbers in this demanding benchmark, grabbing an overall result in Sysmark 2004 of 130 points. While not a match for a modern desktop system, the Gigabyte G-MAX N512 Dothan-based notebook is certainly going to be a capable content-creation tools, as these Sysmark benchmarks indicate.

MobileMark 2004 Source: Bapco

MobileMark 2002 is a notebook computer benchmark program for mobile computers running Windows XP and Windows 2000. The primary purpose of this benchmark is to measure how long a mobile computer can run on a single battery charge. What makes MobileMark 2002 unique is that it measures system performance while the battery is discharging, and the benchmark reports both a performance score and a battery run time.

MobileMark 2004 - Benchmark Results
Performance Rating: Points Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 240
Avg Response Time: Time Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 0.82s
Battery Life Time Ranking
Gigabyte G-MAX N512 230min

Mobilemark is designed to measure a notebook's battery life in minutes by running a calculated series of office tests and tasks simulating a normal workload until the battery runs flat. The G-MAX N512 turned in a decent result here, a shade under four hours. We've seen better, but we've certainly seen worse.

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Contents of Article: Gigabyte G-MAX N512
 Pg 1.  Gigabyte G-MAX N512 Centrino Laptop Review
 Pg 2.  In the box
 Pg 3.  Appearance and function
 Pg 4.  N512 Interfaces
 Pg 5.  The 15" LCD display
 Pg 6.  Battery life and performance
 Pg 7.  The N512 In Use
 Pg 8.  — Benchmarks: Sysmark2004, Mobile Mark 2004
 Pg 9.  Benchmarks: Winstone2004, Sandra 2004, Winbench 99
 Pg 10.  Benchmarks: SuperPi, PCMark 2002, PCMark 2004
 Pg 11.  Gaming Benchmarks: 3DMark01, 3DMark03, Comanche 4
 Pg 12.  Gaming Benchmarks: X2: The Threat, Aquamark3, UT2003
 Pg 13.  Doom3 Gaming Benchmarks and Conclusion

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