Page 1:Could This Be Mobile Gaming…Unleashed?
Page 2:A New Graphics Module And Base Platform
Page 3:Eurcoms Racer 2.0 Notebook, In Detail
Page 4:Inside Eurocom's Racer 2.0
Page 5:Test Settings And Benchmarks
Page 6:Benchmark Results: Productivity
Page 7:Benchmark Results: Audio And Video Encoding
Page 8:Benchmark Results: DiRT 3, Metro 2033, And StarCraft II
Page 9:Power, Battery Life, And Efficiency
Page 10:Do Core i7 And GeForce GTX 660M Make Sense?
Benchmark Results: Productivity
Our Eurocom Racer 2.0 sample came with new graphics and a new processor. Before we move on to games, we wanted to see how that updated processor architecture influences overall performance, and that has a big impact on our office-oriented applications.
The Ivy Bridge-based Core i7 chip in Eurocom's Racer 2.0 gives it a 4% advantage over the P150HM’s Sandy Bridge-based design. Photoshop proves its threaded alacrity by putting the X7200 and its six-core CPU on top.
Ivy Bridge's advantage over Sandy Bridge climbs to around 6% in 3ds Max, while the hexa-core X7200 holds its larger lead.
Our file compression suite appears poorly threaded, with 7-Zip having the most noticeable performance change. The Racer 2.0 edges out the P150HM.
The Racer 2.0’s advantage over its predecessor climbs again in ABBYY's FineReader to around 7%. While the desktop-based X7200 maintains its top position, the margin of victory shrinks.
- Could This Be Mobile Gaming…Unleashed?
- A New Graphics Module And Base Platform
- Eurcoms Racer 2.0 Notebook, In Detail
- Inside Eurocom's Racer 2.0
- Test Settings And Benchmarks
- Benchmark Results: Productivity
- Benchmark Results: Audio And Video Encoding
- Benchmark Results: DiRT 3, Metro 2033, And StarCraft II
- Power, Battery Life, And Efficiency
- Do Core i7 And GeForce GTX 660M Make Sense?