The problem with PassMark is that it is pretty inaccurate. Best to wait for real application benchmarks before getting your hopes up.
What's makes you say it's inaccurate?
Based on my understanding and interaction with the PassMark community, the developers go to great lengths to ensure their benchmarks are as accurate as possible. And like other CPU benchmarks, they take into account various factors for calculating the cpu score, including: -
* integer maths;
* floating point math (fpu);
* prime numbers;
* multimedia instructions;
* string sorting;
* 32/64 bit performance;
In fact, I would say it's far more accurate than crod like SysMark by BapCo - over which various processor manufacturers (via, amd, nvidia) have revolted against.
If that is true, that would be most impressive. the FX-4100 only managed 3987 pts. Even if those scores are right, it would have to be an overclocked score as that would be 35% faster with a much slower clock.