Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by lemonadesoda, Mar 18, 2009.
That intel 980X is rather nice
You should sort the table by Geek score. Its kind of hard to compare the chips!
You can sort tables by clicking on the headers:
Geek score sort is in error, it is not sorting correctly.
Two clicks on Integer seems to sort well for performance scores tho.
mmm... it's sorting fine for me. Take in mind that the first click will sort in ascending order, the second in descending order.
For me their are many out of order scores on geekbench sort..it does do a sort just not correct for me...for me geekbench puts a 920 DO as top performer but Integer does sort for me correctly putting the true top dogs in their rightful position. It's all good tho.
Maybe it's browser related? What are you using? In Chrome it sorts fine:
If scores starting with 9 get to the top I'd guess that your browser requires zero fill (000920, 001250, etc.) to sort properly.
Durvelle27| AMD FX 4100 | 4.6GHz | DDR3 1333 | 7612 | 7471 | 10644 | 4231 | 4261 | 1655 | Main Rig
Melvis| AMD E2-1800 | 1.7GHz | DDR3 1333 | 1782 | 1731 | 2051 | 1442 | 1700 | 1048 | Lenovo x131e
Move over Atoms, real Notebook CPU coming through
phoen | i7-3770K | 4.90GHz | DDR3-2400 | 15825 | 16287 | 19009 | 10237 | 14248 | 3229 | http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench2/1629545
uuuaaaaaa | AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition | 4013Mhz | DDR3 1333 | 10062 | 12156 | 13660 | 3650 | 2974 | 2507.35 | browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench2/1629630
You forgot the screenshot.
I thought that the link to the results was enough
uuuaaaaaa | AMD Phenom II X6 1100T Black Edition | 4013Mhz | DDR3 1333 | 10100 | 12067 | 13646 | 4000 | 3011 | 2516.82 | http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench2/1629839
Melvis | Intel Pentium D 945 | 3.4GHz | DDR2 533 | 2271 | 2795 | 2210 | 1735 | 1724 | 668
TrainingDummy | AMD A8-3870 | 3.1GHz | DDR3 1333 | 5894 | 6831 | 7575 | 3039 | 2444 | Blah http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench2/2273447
MightyMission | i5 2500k | 5000mhz | 2 x 4 GB Ripjaws X 2133 | 11788 | 12562 | 12978 | 9409 | 9680 | 2357.6 |
hopefully I done this right?
Compgeke | Core i5 520M | 2.4 GHz | PC3-10600 | 3719 | 3995 | 4399 | 2542 | 2728 | 1549.48 | Lenovo Thinkpad T410
And tonight your wish for a Xeon E5400 system will be granted, I have a Dual E5405 server in the garage.
(Clockspeed@4.6Ghz - dont forget)
Link to screenshot is fine. You don't have to duplicate in the thread. However (for other posters who forgot), remember to post your results in the Name | CPU | Speed | MemoryType | GeekbenchScore | Integer | FP | Memory | StreamScore | GeekScore/Ghz | comments and/or link to geekbench URL result format.
Also, don't forget the FRITZ test! http://www.techpowerup.com/forums/showthread.php?t=89777
I lied, it's far past August 26th, but here's my Poweredge 2950 III.
Compgeke| 2x Xeon E5405 | 2 GHz | DDR2-667 FBDIMM | 5943 | 8290 | 7087 | 1833 | 1945 | 2971.5
HammerON | i7 4770K | 4.7 GHz | DDR 3 2666 | 14752 | 15939 | 16718 | 9040 | 15145 | 3139
Had to test this machine. Seems it's the slowest system tested in the chart here. It's a bit of an oddball in that it's a VIA CoreFusion system. The processor is Nehemiah C3 based so everything detects it as that.
Compgeke | VIA CoreFusion "Luke" | 1 GHz | DDR-400 | 321 | 282 | 433 | 243 | 224 | 321 | http://browser.primatelabs.com/geekbench2/2348895
D1NKY - fx-8350 - ddr3 - 16240 - 20343 - 18709 - 3099 - ???? - 3087
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