Nuclear Multi-Core CPU benchmark

Jayczar

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*** UPDATED LINK ***

Nuclear 2.0

Thought I would share this CPU benchmark I came across if anyone is interested. I hosted the file so it is clean.


E4300 @ 3050mhz
7413 marks
 
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krotchy

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Well my gaming rig is probably not going to impress much, but I promise to run this on the 2K Machine on monday
 

Cooler

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840 EE @ 3.8Ghz 5532 Note that my Multy thread score was over 7000. seems it uses as many threads that the cpu can use.
 

StopSign

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Interesting thing to note: my E6300 @ 3.2 is scoring higher than the E6400s and E6600s @ 3.2

Is this the advantage of a higher FSB or does the benchmark favor a higher FSB?
 

DrMrLordX

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Originally posted by: StopSign
Interesting thing to note: my E6300 @ 3.2 is scoring higher than the E6400s and E6600s @ 3.2

Is this the advantage of a higher FSB or does the benchmark favor a higher FSB?
It may be that the benchmark has a tiny working set and is not memory-dependent at all (which would explain why the E6600 is slower). However, were that the case, FSB wouldn't/shouldn't make any difference either.

Are they in different boards?
 

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