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Wednesday, May 11, 2005
EQS M56K9-MLF

4. Performance Part 2

PCMark04

PCMark04 is an application-based benchmark and a premium tool for measuring overall PC performance. It uses portions of real applications instead of including very large applications or using specifically created code. This allows PCMark04 to be a smaller installation as well as to report very accurate results. You may download a shareware version of PCMark04 from Futuremark.

 
EQS M56K9-MLF
PCMarks
4724
File Compression
3.3 MB/s
File Encryption
36.7 MB/s
File Decompression
29.0 MB/s
Image Processing
14.6 MPixels/s
Virus Scanning
2793 MB/s
Grammar Check
3.9 KB/s
File Decryption
73.6 MB/s
Audio Conversion
3157.9 KB/s
Web Page Rendering
5.8 Pages/s
WMV Video Compression
56.4 FPS
DivX Video Compression
69.3 FPS
Physics Calculation and 3D
217.6 FPS
Graphics Memory - 64 lines
1982.4 FPS

The older 915P managed to bring the best out of our 3.0GHz Intel processor. WMV Video Compression was the only part of the PCMark04 System Test Suite where it was outperformed by the 925XE of P5AD2-E. All the other tests show significant differences.

3DMark01

You may download a shareware version of 3DMark 2001 from Futuremark.

3DMark01 presents us with a great difference between the two X600XT equipped motherboards. However this time the EQS board is the one leading the race.

Aquamark03

Aquamark03 is available for download from Aquamark's official web site.

Aquamark03, points once again to the Asus P5GD2 Premium as bringing the best out of the Powercolor X600XT. The 200G cannot do any better than 1323 in the Aquamark03 GFX score which is one third the performance the external PCI-Express X600XTs.




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