Asus P5Q Pro ReviewRA1D - November 23, 2008
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SPECviewperf 10 benchmark is a standardized software that establishes graphics performance results for systems running under OpenGL and other application programming interfaces (API). The program evaluates performance based on CAD/CAM, digital content creation, and visualization applications Orginally developed by the Graphics Performance Characterization (SPECgpc) organization, SPECviewperf measures 3D rendering efficiency of systems using OpenGL while providing vendors and consumers the ability to perform their own measurements. Multi-threaded tests were run and the results are displayed below. Here, higher numbers represent superior results.
PCMark Vantage is used to measure complete system performance. We will be running a series of tests to gauge performance of each individual board to see which board, if any, rises above the others.
The P5Q Pro really flexed its muscles in SPECviewperf and destroyed the comparison boards, but the X48 provides the highest PCMark score of the group.