Page 1:Higher FPS
Page 2:CPU And Cooler
Page 3:Motherboard And Memory
Page 4:Graphics Card And Hard Drive
Page 5:Case, Power Supply, And Optical Drive
Page 6:Assembly And Overclocking
Page 7:Test System Configuration And Benchmarks
Page 8:Benchmark Results: Crysis And Unreal Tournament 3
Page 9:Benchmark Results: World In Conflict And Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance
Page 10:Benchmark Results: Audio/Video Encoding
Page 11:Benchmark Results: Productivity
Page 12:Benchmark Results: Synthetics
Page 13:Power Consumption
Benchmark Results: Productivity
Our overclocking efforts shave almost 30 seconds off the time needed to render one 1080p frame in 3ds Max.
The overclocked January/February PC once again just edges out last month's efforts when applying filters in Photoshop.
CPU overclocking doesn’t yield huge gains in AVG scans, but we still see the same ranking by clock speeds seen throughout our other applications and encoding tests.
We get strange results in WinRAR file compression as both our November and January/February Pentium E5200 systems had a much higher reduction of time when overclocked than the two seconds difference seen last month.
We finish off our application suite with WinZip file compression where the December PC is able to finally post a one second overclocked victory.
- Higher FPS
- CPU And Cooler
- Motherboard And Memory
- Graphics Card And Hard Drive
- Case, Power Supply, And Optical Drive
- Assembly And Overclocking
- Test System Configuration And Benchmarks
- Benchmark Results: Crysis And Unreal Tournament 3
- Benchmark Results: World In Conflict And Supreme Commander: Forged Alliance
- Benchmark Results: Audio/Video Encoding
- Benchmark Results: Productivity
- Benchmark Results: Synthetics
- Power Consumption