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Kribibench v1.1

For this next batch of tests, we ran Kribibench v1.1, a 3D rendering benchmark produced by the folks at Adept Development.  Kribibench is an SSE aware software renderer where a 3D model is rendered and animated by the host CPU and the average frame rate is reported.

Kribibench v1.1

Details: www.adeptdevelopment.com

We used two of the included models with this benchmark: a "Sponge Explode" model consisting of over 19.2 million polygons and the test suite's "Ultra" model that is comprised of over 16 billion polys.

 

The Athlon 64 X2 6000+ put up some decent scores in the KribiBench benchmark, but it couldn't quite keep up with the Quad-FX or Core 2 platforms.  The 6000+'s higher clock speed give it a marked advantage over AMD's previous flagship AM2 processor, the FX-62, Intel's core microarchitecture and the Quad-FX platform's psuedo quad-core configurations were significantly faster here.

Tags:  AMD, Athlon, X2, 6000, Athlon 64, AM

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