With its Phenom II X6 AMD has its first mainstream six core CPU in the portfolio which should provide users with quite a lot more computing power than its predecessors. AMD now also has a Turbo feature which boosts single threaded applications.
How AMD's "Thuban" Phenom II X6 CPU performs in our benchmarking parcours, that's what we're going to show you on the following pages.
|Page 1 - Introduction||Page 9 - Super Pi / Wprime|
|Page 2 - Specifications||Page 10 - Compression|
|Page 3 - Platform, architecture and Features||Page 11 - Crysis|
|Page 4 - Test Setup||Page 12 - PT Boats Knights of Seas|
|Page 5 - Futuremark||Page 13 - Resident Evil 5|
|Page 6 - Cinebench||Page 14 - Street Fighter 4|
|Page 7 - SiSoft Sandra 1||Page 15 - Power consumption and Overclocking|
|Page 8 - SiSoft Sandra 2||Page 16 - Conclusion|
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