3dsMax & WME / Mozilla Multitasking
We continued our testing of the new OMEN CrossFire with a few more tests that are part of the Worldbench 5.0 suite.
Up next we have some performance results of WB 5.0's 3ds Max (Direct 3D) test. A number of different 3D objects are rendered and animated in this test, and the entire time needed to complete the tasks is then recorded. As is the case with all of the individual Worldbench tests, a lower score here indicates better performance.
Chalk up another land-speed record for the OMEN. If you're a Workstation CAD type, there's no question the power under the hood of this new Athlon 64 FX-60 based machine, is more than up to the task and you'll have gaming prowess (as you'll see later) to boot.
We continued our testing with another Windows Media Encoder benchmark. In this test, which is also part of the Worldbench 5.0 suite, a video is encoded using Windows Media Encoder, while an instance of the Mozilla browser is running and navigating through various cached HTML pages. Because the system is multi-tasking with two different applications, this test is more taxing of the system overall.
With a 15 second advantage over the fastest test score we've ever recorded in this test, there really isn't much more to say that the numbers don't already offer. It's fast boys and girls, real fast.