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Tuesday, 11 November 2008 13:39

Core i7 beats them all - 8 Cinebench, 3Dmark

Written by Eliot Kucharik


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Review: Fast, but expensive



Cinebench R10:

There is not much to say about these benches; you can clearly see that rendering does benefit from Hypertreading, so Hollywood CGI studios will love the new CPU for sure. Hyperthreading will hurt results for single CPU benches, but who cares when you have eight CPUs?

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3DMark:

In 3DMark03 Hyperthreading does hurt the results, it seems, while 3DMark06 gets much higher CPU-scores.

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