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3DMark06 Single/Dual Core Test


Hardspell
has done some interesting tests on the 3DMark06 by making the
Athlon 64 X2 and Pentium D 820 to run single core by using the Task Assign
software developed by THG. The 3DMark06 test revealed that the doubling of the
CPU score from 782 to 1543 on the X2 3800+ allows the overall score to improve
nearly 300 points while SM 2.0 and 3.0 tests remain unchanged and and same goes
to the Pentium D 820.

Ed’s note : You might also wish to check out our FX-55 vs FX-60 test
here and Presler XE 955 vs FX-60
test here.


Hardspell
has done some interesting tests on the 3DMark06 by making the
Athlon 64 X2 and Pentium D 820 to run single core by using the Task Assign
software developed by THG. The 3DMark06 test revealed that the doubling of the
CPU score from 782 to 1543 on the X2 3800+ allows the overall score to improve
nearly 300 points while SM 2.0 and 3.0 tests remain unchanged and and same goes
to the Pentium D 820.

Ed’s note : You might also wish to check out our FX-55 vs FX-60 test
here and Presler XE 955 vs FX-60
test here.

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