Yonah Cinebench Benchmark

Furen

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ComputerBase released some Yonah and Sossaman benchmarks. If you're interested you can find them Here.

Though they only did Cinebench, it does show the scaling compared to Dothan's and single core Sossamans. Overall I'd say it looks pretty good. We see very close to a 2x performance increase between a Dothan 2.13 and a yonah 2.0 (which will probably be really really close to exactly 2x between equally-clocked cpus). Sossaman, on the other hand, looks rather weak since it will require new infrastructure, etc and WILL NOT support 64bit, which is much quite good on the server side of things and will, ultimately be replaced by Whitefield (or whatever that's called) next year. Power consumption, of course, is excellent (95.6W with two Sossaman 1.5s is truly great).
 

Furen

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Originally posted by: Bona Fide
Wow...a 600MHz core and 2.4GHz FSB? That totally beats down the Pentium EE's.

I would guess that's just CPU-z screwing up... it always does that so no surprises there.
 

Markfw

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Intel provides the benchmarks and you believe this ? Wait until review sites get them, then I will look and comment....
 

Furen

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Originally posted by: Markfw900
Intel provides the benchmarks and you believe this ? Wait until review sites get them, then I will look and comment....

Well, these people had a system in front of them while it was being benchmarked and the results seem to be in line with what you'd expect compared to the X2s, so I'd say they're pretty believable and I doubt Intel provided them with the data points for AMD's X2s or they would have chosen a program that didnt show the x2 3800+ beating their flagship 2.0ghz yonah.
 

stevty2889

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The single core pentium-M scores look about right.
Mine gets a 210 @1.6ghz, 282@2.1ghz, and 317@2.4ghz. My X2 4200 got a 311/582 @2.2ghz and 354/659 @2.53ghz.

CPUz is definatly screwing up with the CPU/FSB speeds. I am pretty sure they are supposed to have a 667mhz FSB..
 

Furen

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Sossman is the server variant of yonah. Power consumption is great but it doesnt really offer anything besides that, and it will require its own socket, I think.