Page 1:The AM1 Platform: Kabini Surfaces On The Desktop
Page 2:One Bay Trail-D And Two AM1 Motherboards
Page 3:Test Systems And Benchmarks
Page 4:Synthetic Benchmarks
Page 5:Media Encoding Benchmarks
Page 6:Productivity Benchmarks
Page 7:File Compression Benchmarks
Page 8:Game Benchmarks
Page 9:Power And Temperature
Page 10:AMD's AM1 Platform Is A Winner, But Who Is Playing The Game?
Our productivity-oriented tasks also present single- and multi-threaded workloads, all of which are fairly common on an average desktop system. The benchmarks we run on this page include printing a PowerPoint presentation to PDF, optical character recognition on a scanned document, and photo editing.
Again, the Athlon 5350 bests Intel's Celeron J1900 by somewhere between 5-15%. It does appear that Silvermont trails by less in more heavily-threaded jobs, while the single-threaded measurements yield a larger win for AMD.
There are two components to this test. The red line reflects a series of threaded filters that fully utilize the host processor. Intel's Celeron takes the win there. The other leverages completely different OpenCL-accelerated filters, which AMD's on-board graphics engine tears through.
- The AM1 Platform: Kabini Surfaces On The Desktop
- One Bay Trail-D And Two AM1 Motherboards
- Test Systems And Benchmarks
- Synthetic Benchmarks
- Media Encoding Benchmarks
- Productivity Benchmarks
- File Compression Benchmarks
- Game Benchmarks
- Power And Temperature
- AMD's AM1 Platform Is A Winner, But Who Is Playing The Game?