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Tom's Hardware Benchmark Charts Updated!

Another month has gone by and our hard-working team has made numerous new updates to our hardware testing charts. Peep all the new additions at the links below!

2011 Gaming Graphics Cards
Sapphire HD 6750 VaporX (Radeon HD 6750 1GB GDDR5)
Sapphire HD 6670 Ultimate (Radeon HD 6670 1GB GDDR5 Passiv)
HIS HD 6970 IceQ (Radeon HD 6970 2GB GDDR5)
COLORFUL iGame 560 (Geforce GTX 560 1GB GDDR5)
Sapphire HD 6950 Dirt3 Edition (Radeon HD 6950 2GB GDDR5)
Sparkle GTS 450 (Geforce GTS 450 1GB GDDR5)
Sparkle GTX 560 (Geforce GTX 560 1GB GDDR5)
Palit GTS 450 (Geforce GTS 450 1GB GDDR5)
 
X86 Core Performance Comparison
Intel Core i7-2600K (2011, Sandy Bridge)
Intel Core i5-2500K (2011, Sandy Bridge)
Intel Core i7-980X (2010, Gulftown)
Intel Core i5-661 (2010, Clarkdale)
Intel Core i5-530 (2010, Clarkdale)
Intel Core i7-875K (2009, Lynnfield)
Intel Core i7-975 (2008, Bloomfield)
Intel Core 2 Duo E8600 (2008, Wolfdale)
Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 (2007, Conroe)
Intel Pentium 4 HT 660 (2005, Prescott 2M)
AMD Phenom II X6 1100T (2010, Thuban)
AMD Athlon II X4 645 (2010, Propus)
AMD Phenom II X4 980 (2009, Deneb)
AMD Athlon II X2 260 (2009, Regor)
AMD Athlon 64 X2 5400+ BE (2008, Brisbane)
AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+ (2007, Windsor)
 
iSCSI NAS
Synology DS411+II
 
Multi-Bay NAS Charts 2011
Synology DS411+II
 
USB 3.0 Storage Charts
ADATA Classic CH11 (2.5", 750 GB)
Hitachi Touro Mobile Pro (2.5", 500  GB)
PQI H567V (2.5", 500 GB)
Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk (3.5", 3 TB)
Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Slim (2.5", 320 GB TB)
Silicon Power Stream S10 (2.5", 750 GB)
Western Digital My Book Essential (3.5", 3 TB)
 
2011 microSD Cards
ADATA Class 6 (8GB, Class6)
ADATA Class 6 (16GB, Class6)
Kingston Class10 (4GB, Class10)
Kingston Class10 (8GB, Class10)
Kingston Class10 (16GB, Class10)
Lexar Class 6 (16GB, Class6)
Lexar Class 10 (32GB, Class10)
MemoryStar Class 6 (16GB, Class6)
MemoryStar Class 10 (8GB, Class10)
MemoryStar Class 10 (16GB, Class10)
Patriot LX (16GB, Class10)
Samsung Plus (8GB, Class6)
SanDisk Class 4 (8GB, Class4)
SanDisk Ultra (16GB, Class4)
Silicon Power Class 4 (32GB, Class4)

Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • clonazepam
    Thanks for the updates btw...
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  • henydiah
    wow .. awesome
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  • Is the turbo function also disabled for the 3Ghz single core benchmarks?
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  • humble dexter
    Exactly the kind of benchmark I would care about when choosing a CPU.

    PS : Choosing a normalized clock speed of 3.1 GHz would have allowed to include the I3-2100.
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  • feeddagoat
    yay!! My aging 6000+ is there. I promise I will update it sometime. Mobo got the phenom hex core bios update earlier in the year tho I really want an ITX sandybridge portable gaming rig lol
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  • EvilHomer15
    Very good, glad to see a fresh update to the list.
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  • renq
    MSI GTX 560 Twin Frozr II
    GTX 570 1 GB GDDR5

    Now which is it?
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  • ProDigit10
    Is that from most powerful to least powerful?
    Reason I ask is because the Radeon HD 6670 is above the HD 6970..?
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  • fir_ser
    This is good, keep up the hard work Tom’s Hardware team.
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  • clonazepam
    ProDigit10Is that from most powerful to least powerful?Reason I ask is because the Radeon HD 6670 is above the HD 6970..?The x86 processors appear to be listed by year of release, so though its not explicitly stated, that may also apply to the other categories. It is definitely not listed by most powerful to least powerful. It's either by date of release, or just random. Always refer to the actual hierarchy charts.
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