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From there, optimizations for power affect performance on a fairly gradual scale. The effects are similar in the Multi-Media module, where the two Core i7s achieve superior integer and floating-point performance. Fortunately, the Core i5s all retain their hardware-accelerated AES, so each contender achieves performance in-line with memory bandwidth.
Benchmark Results: SiSoft Sandra Topics Components. See all comments Good article. I think I will get the K over K. Does Intel allow underclocking and undervolting on H-series boards? If so, S and T series are pretty redundant. In the real world gaming section you got a great big graph for the k by adding a discreet graphics card. Why didn’t you try a Llano system with an identical graphics card?
Afraid the second tier AMD product would kick sand in intels face? Because this is a story about the Intel chips. To the contrary, though, the AMD-based platform is more likely to bottleneck a discrete graphics card than the Intel one.
AMD’s strength is in the integrated graphics right now. The performance of a Llano chip is included in the article to compare its performance so it not just about intel cpu’s. The intels were not as good in gaming in the integrated graphics so a graphics card was added so they’d look better there too.
Its an unfair comparison and shows intel bias IMO. Its an unfair comparison and shows intel bias IMO Actually a lot of sites have shown just what Chris is talking about. Llano is great for some things but overall in DT its only a low end entry level product and is much weaker per core and per clock than Intels CPUs. If someone cannot take this information and realize that its just for comparison and that its not to show anything better, then thats their problem.
If this was a Llano article, or the Trinity article when it comes out, you better believe Chris will do everything to check ever performance aspect. But its not. Its an article to see if the T and S models are worth it.
Overll, llano is overrate in my book. We have barley sold any at my work place. If you are going to show the performance of an intel cpu with a graphics card then any reasonable comparison would also show the AMD cpu with the same graphics card.