Page 1:Is the Price For Efficiency Acceptable?
Page 2:Technology And Features To Reduce Power Consumption
Page 3:MSI P45 Neo2-FIR Motherboard
Page 4:Core 2 Duo E8500 And Extreme QX9650
Page 5:Test Setup And Benchmarks
Page 6:3DMark and Games
Page 7:Application Benchmarks
Page 8:Audio/Video Benchmarks
Page 9:Synthetic Benchmarks
Page 10:SYSmark 2007 Preview
Page 11:Power Consumption And Performance Per Watt
Power Consumption And Performance Per Watt
The idle power difference is significant.
The same absolute power difference could be observed at peak processor load, where the difference becomes less relevant. Since systems spend more time in a near-idle state than they do in high- or peak-power mode, idle power requirements carry more weight.
The power saving setups clearly required less power with SYSmark 2007.
The total power used (in Watt hours) to complete a SYSmark 2007 Preview run was smaller with all power savings enabled, which demonstrated the efficiency of the power-saving features.
The SYSmark 2007 Preview score in per–Watt-hour units is the highest when high-performance modes are used. However, one should keep in mind that the performance differences in SYSmark 2007 may not be very noticeable due to idle times in between the benchmark sections.
- Is the Price For Efficiency Acceptable?
- Technology And Features To Reduce Power Consumption
- MSI P45 Neo2-FIR Motherboard
- Core 2 Duo E8500 And Extreme QX9650
- Test Setup And Benchmarks
- 3DMark and Games
- Application Benchmarks
- Audio/Video Benchmarks
- Synthetic Benchmarks
- SYSmark 2007 Preview
- Power Consumption And Performance Per Watt