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Performance

As a matter of fact, sheer performance is not a vitally important factor for a business notebook like the Lenovo ThinkPad T61 because a majority of office applications run quickly enough on any modern system (except on notebooks with Intel’s ULV processors whose frequency is set low to save power).

So, the results of the performance tests are published only to provide a fuller picture of the product. I took three notebooks for the comparison’s sake. Like the Lenovo ThinkPad T61, they are all based on the Santa Rosa latform.

And here you can take a look at the results of some of the tests.

PCMark05

Score

CPU

Memory

GPU

HDD

Sony CR11ZR

3941

4629

4048

1970

3558

Lenovo T61

4845

5087

4314

3105

5406

Acer Aspire 5920

5195

5111

4312

4521

5281

ASUS W7S

4562

5335

4436

2057

3700

3DMark06

Score

SM 2.0

SM 3.0

CPU

Sony CR11ZR

828

224

358

1543

Lenovo T61

1618

578

588

1726

Acer Aspire 5920

3565

1435

1328

1748

ASUS W7S

1138

409

394

1920

Doom3 , Medium Quality

 

640x480

800x600

1024x768

Sony CR11ZR

52.0

40.7

27.6

Lenovo T61

99.6

74.2

50.5

Acer Aspire 5920

135.2

112.2

85.2

ASUS W7S

57.7

41.0

27.3

Everything is just as you could expect. The CPU, chipset and memory deliver high enough performance while the graphics subsystem isn’t very fast.

 
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