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Performance: AOpen i975Xa-YDG vs. ASUS N4L-VM DH

If we compare the performance of AOpen i975Xa-YDG mainboard against ASUS N4L-VM DH with the Intel Core Duo T2600 processor in the nominal mode, we get very interesting results:

 

ASUS N4L-VM DH

AOpen i975Xa-YDG

PCMark05

5926

5918

PCMark05, CPU

5059

5019

PCMark05, Memory

3296

3333

3DMark06

5852

5840

3DMark06, CPU

1829

1823

MPEG-4 Encoding, AutoGK 2.27/DiVX 6.2, fps

34.91

34.28

Windows Media Encoder 9, sec

441

450

Adobe Photoshop CS2, ps7bench 2.0, sec

130

130

3ds max 7.0, SPECapc, Interactive

2.58

2.61

3ds max 7.0, SPECapc, CPU Render

2.6

2.59

7-zip 4.32, Compressing

3966

4240

7-zip 4.32, Decompressing

2117

2108

F.E.A.R., Medium Quality

138

144

Quake 4, 1024x768 High Quality

95.96

94.85

Frankly speaking, the situation is opposite to what we have expected. It seemed quite logical to think that AOpen mainboard based on a more up-to-date faster desktop chipset (i975X) would be faster than ASUS N4L-VM DH based on the mobile i945GM chipset usually used in notebooks. However, the real state of things is totally different. The ASUS mainboard is a little bit ahead of AOpen i975Xa-YDG. Of course, the performance difference is not critical, but nevertheless, we can state that AOpen engineers failed to optimize their solution as well as ASUS engineers did.

 
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