Asus N4L-VM DH Core Duo Motherboard

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KribiBench, Cinebench

For this next batch of tests, we ran Kribibench v1.1, a 3D rendering benchmark produced by 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 one of the included models with this benchmark: a "Sponge Explode" model consisting of over 19.2 million polygons.

KribiBench 1.1
Lower Benchmark Times Are Indicative Of Better Performance

 

 

Cinebench 9.5
Lower Benchmark Times Are Indicative Of Better Performance

Cinebench 2003 benchmark is an OpenGL 3D rendering performance test, based on the commercially available Cinema 4D application. This is a multi-threaded, multi-processor aware benchmark that renders a single 3D scene and tracks the length of the entire process. The time it took each test system to render the entire scene is represented in the graph below (listed in seconds).

While the Core Duo (nor the Asus N4L-VM DH motherboard) are designed for workstation use, the combination actually performs quite well in these kinds of environment. Both of our rendering benchmarks show the Core Duo ahead of the Pentium-D, although trailing the Athlon64 X2 4800+. Of course, any real workstation user might scoff at the platform's 2GB memory limitation and the processor's lack of x64 support.

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