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Old August 23, 2011, 05:32 AM
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Performance Test
G620
CPU 99.8 X 26 => 2594.1MHz
DDR3 1064.2 CL5 6-5-18 1T
GPU 1100 OC 1350MHz

G850
CPU 99.8 X 29 => 2893.4MHz
DDR3 1330.4 CL6 7-6-18 1T
GPU 1100 OC 1433MHz

Below is using same benchmark software. The first is G620 and second is G850.
Hyper PI 32M X 2 => 13m 31.794s
CPUMARK 99 => 400


Hyper PI 32M X 2 => 12m 07.461s
CPUMARK 99 => 446


CPUMARK is simple benchmark for testing CPU single core performance.
Hyper PI can test system stability and multi-core software. Currently, Intel structure is faster.
G620/G850 clock difference is 300MHz, so the performance is 10% gap.

Nuclearus Multi Core => 9059
Fritz Chess Benchmark => 8.08/3876


Nuclearus Multi Core => 10055
Fritz Chess Benchmark => 9.01/4324


You can see the performance under Fritz Chess Benchmark is around 10%.

CrystalMark 2004R3 => 148458


CrystalMark 2004R3 => 162889


CINEBENCH R11.5
CPU => 2.01 pts
CPU(Single Core) => 1.04 pts


CINEBENCH R11.5
CPU => 2.25 pts
CPU(Single Core) => 1.15 pts


PCMark Vantage => 8598


PCMark Vantage => 10325


Itís the H67 platform and I use CORSAIR F40 SSD to set RAID0. You can see the advantage.
Comparing to last generation Intel Pentium Dual Core G6950, both are 32nm, G series performance is improved.
Even though CPU performance is not big improved, there are many parity price H61/H67 MB in the market.
For new generation office PC, C/P is better. Also, Sandy Bridge has more features.
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