Once again, here is the system we assembled in Soltek Qbic EQ3901M barebone:
- Athlon 64 (Newcastle) 3500+ CPU;
- ATI RADEON 9800 Pro 128MB graphics card;
- OCZ PC4200 memory, 2 x 512MB;
- Cooler supplied with the barebone system.
Now let’s check out the results we obtained during our test session:
Sisoft Sandra 2005, RAM Buffered Bandwidth
WinRAR , KB/sec
SuperPI 4M, sec
Quake 3 Arena (four)
Doom 3, Medium quality, 1024x768
FarCry (Regulator), 1024x768
Half-Life 2(xdog), 1024x768
Unreal Tournament 2004 Demo, 1024x768
CMOS Setup of our today’s hero contains an option called Load Optimize Defaults, which we selected to obtain the results listed in the first column. The results in the second column were obtained during overclocking, which we have already discussed above.
If you take a closer look at the results in the table above, you will see that there is no value for the SuperPi test in the second column: the overclocked system didn’t go through this test. All other benchmarks were passed just fine.