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KribiBench v1.1

Next up, we ran Kribibench, a 3D rendering benchmark produced by the folks at Adept Development.  Kribibench is an SSE aware software renderer.  A 3D model is rendered and animated by the host CPU, and the average frame rate is reported.  We used two of the included models with this benchmark: a "Sponge Explode" model consisting of over 19.2 million polygons and a gargantuan "Ultra" model that is comprised of over 16 billion polys...

Kribibench v1.1
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The two Kribibench models we rendered to generate the scores above told essentially the same story. When rendering the "Sponge Explode" model, the Athlon 64 X2 3800+ couldn't hand with the X2 4800+, but it had no trouble outperforming the Pentium D 820. In fact, the Athlon 64 X2 3800+ finished that test with a frame rate about 16.5% higher then the Pentium D. Rendering the Ultra model was much more taxing, but the performance trend was exactly the same.

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