WinBench 99 is a subsystem-level benchmark that measures the
performance of a PC's graphics, disk, and video subsystems in a Windows
environment. WinBench 99's tests can run on Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT,
Windows 2000, and Windows Me systems.
|WinBench 99 v1.2 Benchmark Results|
||AOpen AK77 Plus
||Business Disk - 1.8GHz
||High-End Disk - 1.8GHz
||Business Graphics - 1.8GHz
||High-End Graphics - 1.8GHz
WinBench 99 is similar to that of Sysmark 2001 in that
is uses a series of scripted programs to accomplish its testing - moving through them much in the
same way that a normal person would. The Business Disk marks actually drop as
the system is overclocked, though the rest of the benchmarks improve.
Business Winstone is a system-level, application-based
benchmark that measures a PC's overall performance when running today's
Windows-based 32-bit applications on Windows 98 SE, Windows NT 4.0 (SP6 or
later), Windows 2000, Windows Me, or Windows XP which runs real applications
through a series of scripted activities and uses the time a PC takes to complete
those activities to produce its performance scores.
Content Creation Winstone 2001
keeps multiple applications open at once and switches among those applications.
Content Creation Winstone 2001's activities focus on what we call "hot spots,"
periods of activity that make your PC really work--the times where you're likely
to see an hourglass or a progress bar.
Compared to comparable systems with Pentium4 chips the
combination of PC2100 DDR, the 1900+ and the AOpen AK77Plus are a winning one
hard to beat. Again we see some nice
increases in performance with the overclock to 1.80GHz on the AXP chip. Up next
we have Sandra and 3DMark2001.