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Wednesday, 25 May 2011 11:02

AMD E-350 vs Intel Atom D525+ION2 - Benchmarks

Written by Eliot Kucharik

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Review:
Intel Atom is still dead




Benchmarks

Today we did the same benches as we did in the Sandy Bridge review. As you will see, especially the single thread performance of the Atom is about half of the E-350, but in multi-threaded applications the performance is quite on par, regardless of the 200MHz higher clock of the Atom. In the gaming department the ION2 and the Radeon 6310 are also on par, but only because the ION2 benefits from 512MB of dedicated DDR3 memory.

 

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Of course the comparision with the i3-2100T is unfair, because here we used a Radeon HD6870.

 

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E-350_vs_D525_x264

 

E-350_vs_D525_rarenc

 

E-350_vs_D525_rardec

 

E-350_vs_D525_truecrypt

 

E-350_vs_D525_FarCry2

Because the FarCry2 bench did not allow for low settings in DX10, we had to settle for DX9 with Low/Low/Low and the rest of the settings are medium.

 

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