Budget CPU Shootout: Clash of the 'ronsby Derek Wilson on December 4, 2003 10:55 AM EST
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Business Winstone 2004PC Magazine and VeriTest have just recently released a new version of their Winstone tests. The goal of the test is to model normal computer usage patterns and compare how well systems do across the board. For the Business version of the test, this involves surfing the internet, using Office, and running a handful of other common utilities and programs.
As we can see by the graph, all the AMD processors performed better at this test than any of the Intel CPUs. What's also important to note is that a score of a 10.0 here is about the performance level of a 1GHz Pentium III, which should help you put the Celeron's performance in perspective.