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Energy Efficient Computing with Intel - Benchmarks - SYSmark 2007 Preview

With the big push for more energy efficient PCs these days, we see how Intel is going in this area with GIGABYTE's help.

| Editorials in CPUs, Chipsets & SoCs | Posted: May 23, 2008 4:00 am

SYSmark 2007

 

Version and / or Patch Used: 1.04

 

Developer Homepage: http://www.bapco.com/

 

Product Homepage: http://www.bapco.com/products/sysmark2007preview/

 

 

SYSmark 2007 Preview is the latest version of the premier performance metric that measures and compares PC performance based on real world applications.

 

SYSmark 2007 Preview extends the SYSmark family, which has been widely accepted by IT Managers, PC OEMs, press and analysts worldwide to support Windows Vista™.

 

SYSmark 2007 Preview allows users to directly compare platforms based on Windows Vista™ to those based on Windows XP Professional and Home.

 

The new release also incorporates numerous new features and enhancements such as an improved GUI allowing streamlined start-up and run along with a heads-up-display (HUD) and automated error reporting.

 

SYSmark 2007 Preview is an application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of Video creation, E-learning, 3D Modeling and Office Productivity. This new release includes a robust and refreshed set of applications.

 

 

SYSmark 2007's use of the CPU architecture in the real world shows us that on a clock for clock basis, Intel still have the more powerful CPU.

 

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