Shuttle SB77G5 - i875 LGA775 Socketed XPC

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Preliminary Benchmarks With SiSoft SANDRA 2004
Synthetic Testing

We began our standard testing with SiSoftware's SANDRA, the System ANalyzer, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant. SANDRA consists of a set of information and diagnostic utilities that can provide a host of useful information about your hardware and operating system. We ran three of the built-in sub-system tests that partially comprise the SANDRA 2004 suite (CPU, Multimedia, and Memory). All of these tests were run with the Shuttle SB77G5 XPC powered by a Pentium 4 560 processor clocked at its stock speed of 3.6GHz.



SANDRA CPU Benchmark
Pentium 4 @
3.6GHz
18x200MHz


SANDRA MM Benchmark
Pentium 4 @
3.6GHz
18x200MHz


SANDRA Memory Benchmark
Pentium 4 @
3.6GHz
18x200MHz

In all three of these tests, the Shuttle SB77G5 performed virtually identically to the similarly configured reference system in SANDRA's database.  The CPU benchmark that the SB77G5 posted was actually a hair faster than the reference P4 560 system and the same held true for the Multimedia test.  Our memory bandwidth scores came in neck and neck with the reference i875 CAS2 system as well.  All told, it was a predictable outcome for the SB77G5 in our Sandra tests, which in this case is certainly all good.

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