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Fritz Chess Benchmark - AMD vs. Intel vs. VIA

Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by lemonadesoda, Mar 31, 2009.

  1. FordGT90Concept

    FordGT90Concept "I go fast!1!11!1!"

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    FBDIMM uses far fewer physical connections to the memory controller and that is its primary advantage. DDR2 really can't use more than 4 DIMMs because of the physical connections to the memory controller. Still using DDR2, FB-DIMM can manage dozens of DIMMs (48 or 96, can't remember). AMD has been addressing this issue by having a hive-mind kind of memory pool where every processor has its own dedicated DIMMs but the processors are capable of making memory requests with other processors. Intel wanted to avoid that and their answer to the problem was FB-DIMM. Yes, it has some performance and thermal drawbacks but when you need 192 GiB of RAM, you need 192 GiB of RAM. :roll:
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    Heres my clean run.

    User | CPU | Clockspeed | Score (Relative) | Score per clock Ghz | Any Comment

    Me :D, E7200, 3.6GHz, 10.93, 3.0361, Not bad. Can do better. DDR2 @ 1083MHz, 450FSB

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    had a go at it

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    you know what would have been better than performance per GHz? performance per core...
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    Didn't realize I hadn't posted a run for my Phenom II:

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    SONY VAIO W netbook. Note throttling of CPU on CPU-Z screenshot. Run was at 1.66 Ghz.

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    Here is my contribution. How do I get the Per GHz calculation?


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  17. lemonadesoda

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    Er, you get the score and divide by your clock freq. using a calculator, Excel, or in your head.

    Or do I also need to explain what "divide" means?:roll:

    PS. Chicken and Zubasa, please repost with the full data in the copy+paste line. I'm on the road and doing all of this from my ipaq214. Ta.
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    Thank you, I have edited my post.
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    Dan, I dont understand why your results are so low. That's not much better than your old Xeon 54xx's. CONFUSED. Are you running JUST ONE E5506. No cant be from your second screenshot. How are your results from other benchmarks? Are you happy with the setup?
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    Ran it on the C7

    Cuzza | VIA C7 | 1500MHz| Score 1.01 | 0.673 | VIA nano-ITX board NX15000G

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  25. lemonadesoda

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    ^I'm quite impressed with the C7 score. Is it passive or active cooled at that speed?

    Who has got a VIA Nano to test? :D

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