Lenovo ThinkPad T410 Review

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Test Setup and 3DMark 06 CPU



 
  
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Lenovo ThinkPad T410

Intel Core i5-540M
(2.53GHz)

4GB DDR3

512B NVIDIA NVS 3100M

On-Board Ethernet
On-Board Audio

1x320GB Hard Drive
7,200 RPM SATA

Windows 7
Professional (64-bit)

14.1" LED backlit Display
(native 1440x900)


Asus G51J-A1

Intel Core i7-720QM
(1.6GHz)

4GB DDR3

1GB NVIDIA GTX 260M

On-Board Ethernet
On-Board Audio

2x320GB Hard Drives
7,200 RPM SATA

Windows 7 Home
Premium (64-bit)

15.6" Full HD Display
(native 1920x1080)
Dell Studio XPS 16

Intel Core 2 Duo P8600
(2.4GHz)

4GB DDR3

1GB ATI Mobility Radeon 4670

On-Board Ethernet
On-Board Audio

1x500GB Hard Drive            
7,200 RPM SATA

Windows Vista Home
Premium SP1 (64-bit)

16.0" Full HD RGBLED Display

(native 1920x1080)


 Performance Comparisons with 3DMark06
 Details: http://www.futuremark.com/products/3dmark06/

The Futuremark 3DMark06 CPU benchmark consists of tests that use the CPU to render 3D scenes, rather than the GPU. It runs several threads simultaneously and is designed to utilize multiple processor cores.



It's sort of hard to believe that we're able to compare a classic ThinkPad to the Studio XPS 16 and G51J-A1. Both of those are dedicated multimedia and gaming machines, and probably wouldn't even be on the shopping list of a dedicated professional. The T410 does an astounding job of competing with these two on gaming-centric benchmarks, proving that Lenovo's decision to add in cutting-edge hardware within a tried-and-true enclosure is indeed a great way to market to two sectors at the same time. Here's a look at the full scorecard:


Lenovo ThinkPad T410 3DMark 06 CPU Score


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