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Tuesday, 30 October 2007 04:21

Intel QX9650 reviewed [german] - 5  Raytracing

Written by Eliot Kucharik
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Review: Penryn auf 4.30GHz übertaktet - luftgekühlt!



Bitte beachtet, daß verschiedene BIOS Versionen unterschiedliche Resultate erbringen können. Alle unsere Tests werden mit "AUTO" Einstellungen durchgeführt, ohne irgendwelche Optimierungen. Wir ändern nur die VCore und den Takt, wenn nötig, wird auch die Spannung für die Northbridge angehoben. Der DDR3 Speicher läuft immer auf 1066MHz. Wenn der Chipsatz das nicht zuläßt, möglichst in der Nähe von 1066MHz.

Cinebench R10:

QX6850@3000MHz:
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QX9650@3000MHz:
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QX9650@4000MHz:
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Wie man sehen kann ist die QX9650 7.5% schneller. Wir denken der größere Cache hat damit nichts zu tun, dafür aber die Unterstützung von SSE4.

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