Intel Pentium 4 570J CPU Review. Page 13
[12/03/2004 06:49 PM | CPU]
by Ilya Gavrichenkov
We would like to offer you a review of the top Intel Pentium 4 processor model working at the actual frequency of 3.8GHz. The new Intel processor is based on E0 core stepping that is why besides the traditional set of benchmarks we will also study the overclocking potential of the core, heat dissipation parameters and power consumption rate, as well as new features such as Execute Disable Bit.
Visual C++ is yet another application where AMD’s processors can show their strengths. The high frequency of the new Pentium 4 doesn’t help here at all.
With the release of the Pentium 4 570J, the speed of the Pentium family has grown proportional to the frequency in 3D rendering tasks. For example, the top-end Pentium 4 is now faster than the top-end Athlon 64 when rendering video clips in 3ds max. Overall, Intel’s processors seem to have an advantage in tasks of that sort today.
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