Benchmark results — continued
SPECviewperf workstation graphics
SPECviewperf simulates the graphics loads generated by various professional design, modeling, and engineering applications.
Also, here's a case where the Pentium 4 Extreme Edition's L3 cache doesn't seem to help much. That's almost surprising, because it tends to help much more often than not.
|Soft Machines debuts CPUs and SoCs based on VISC architecture||66|
|Prepare for the wasteland with Fallout 4's system requirements||2|
|Green means gaming on HP's updated Pavilion notebooks||11|
|Dell brings infinity display to XPS 15 laptop; launches XPS 12 2-in-1||16|
|Amazon redefines the sneakernet with Snowball data courier||33|
|Here be dragons on MSI's GK701 keyboard and DS502 headset||11|
|Envy 34 curved all-in-one delivers Skylake power in style||29|
|HP unwraps Spectre X2 and Envy-Note Win10 tablets||6|
|AOC's gaming-oriented FreeSync displays start at $269||32|
|It's almost as if the company held a big event this morning! ;)||+61|