Maxcube Amoris 6010 ReviewCompxpert -
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For the tests, I gathered temperatures for the processor, chipset, and hard drive, both when idle and at full load. For temps, I used a combination of HWMonitor and RealTemp, and for applying load, I used Prime 95, HDTune, and Folding@Home to stress the CPU/chipset, hard drive and video card, respectively. The computer was in idle for 15 minutes after which I recorded temps. The same for goes for load; after 15 minutes I recorded temps.
- Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Wolfdale @ 3.00GHz (stock cooler)
- Motherboard: DFI Lanparty UT p45-T2RS
- Memory: OCZ Reaper HPC DDR2-1066 2x2GB
- Graphics Card: VisionTek HD 4870 512MB
- Power Supply: OCZ GameXStream 600W
- Hard Drive: 1 x Seagate 320GB SATA 7200.10
- OS: Windows Vista Ultimate
- In Win X-Fighter
- Antec Super Lanboy w/ modified side panel 120mm fan
- Open Air
Lower is better
The Amoris 6010 proved to be a decent competitor, despite losing all but three tests completely. In two tests, it beat open air and in one it beat the Super Lanboy, but it lost big time in the CPU load test. It did, however, keep up pretty well in the other tests.