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Core 2 Quadro Q6600 first benchmarks
Despite the frequent bias of the first tests of new processors, they do not become less interesting for a wide range of people interested in computers.
After such a “disclaimer”, perhaps, you can get to the point. American DailyTech has published performance tests of Intel Core 2 Quadro Q6600 (Kentsfield), the first information about which appeared not so long ago. Recall that this processor combines two Conroe E6600 crystals operating at 2.4 GHz. L2 cache size is 2 x 4 MB, FSB frequency is 1066 MHz.
Q6600 has been tested on the following platform:
- Motherboard: ASUS P5W DH Deluxe
- Memory: Kingston HyperX DDR2-800 2x1GB
- Video card: ATI Radeon X1900XT 512MB
- Sound: Creative Labs Sound Blaster X-Fi Xtreme Music
- Power supply: Silverstone ST60F 600W
- Hard Drive: Seagate 7200.8 300GB
- OS: Windows XP Professional
To compare power consumption, we took Core 2 Extreme X6800 – the fastest of today’s desktop processors, and the performance tests also included “half of the Q6600”, Core 2 Duo E6600 (to be precise, the X6800 simply had its multiplier reduced to 9x).
Power consumption tests showed that without load, a system with a quad core consumes 198 W versus 154 W for the opponent, while under load the gap decreases (223 versus 202). This situation is explained by the fact that the tested revision Q6600 does not support Intel Enhanced Speedstep technology, which lowers the processor frequency during idle times. In general, with a discount on p.1 material, we can admit that Kentsfield’s power consumption is not as bad as expected.
Here are the most interesting, in our opinion, performance tests:
3D Studio Max 8 (scene rendering in minutes, less is better):
- Core 2 Quadro Q6600: 11.00
- Core 2 Extreme X6800: 16.45
- Core 2 Duo E6600: 20.20
As you can see, the advantage of Kentsfield over the younger model is almost twofold. The situation repeated itself in Cinebench 9.five.
Windows Media Encoder 9 (video encoding in seconds, less is better):
- Core 2 Quadro Q6600: 45
- Core 2 Extreme X6800: 59
- Core 2 Duo E6600: 72
The gap in video encoding is less weight (the same was observed when using the TMPG Encoder), which is explained by insufficient optimization of such software for multi-core systems, but it is still quite noticeable.
Quake 4 game (frames per second, more is better):
- Core 2 Quadro Q6600: 73.5
- Core 2 Extreme X6800: 86.37
- Core 2 Duo E6600: 75.9
The situation is absolutely similar in Serious Sam II. Here the multi-core processor does not show itself in any way due to the lack of optimization for multi-threaded calculations. The higher-frequency X6800 has no competitors in games yet.
In general, the performance test results are very predictable – 4 cores make themselves felt the more significant, the better the optimization of a particular application. In games, the performance of the processor preparing for release in January still leaves much to be desired. Perhaps future projects will be more inclined towards Kentsfield than those already released.