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Pentium 4 with 2.4 GHz in the test: The new front runner

Pentium 4 with 2.4 GHz in the test: The new front runner

Final Reality

The Final Reality Benchmark dates back to 1997 and is therefore a fairly old application. Originally intended as a graphics card test, it is no longer a major obstacle for today's graphics cards . In addition to a test for 3D graphics, 2D operations are also tested in which the graphics card has little influence. The benchmark supports the MMX technology and is therefore not supported by 3DNow! or SSE1/2.

Final Reality Overall
Final Reality 2D
Final Reality 3D

With Final Reality, the performance can increase slightly with the new processor. However, here too, 2.4 percent more performance is rather bad than right, if you thank that the clock rate has been increased by 9 percent. However, the Pentium 4 is clearly dominant here with its 512kb L2 cache, which is largely responsible for the difference in performance ..

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