Intel's Pentium 4 E: Prescott Arrives with Luggageby Anand Lal Shimpi & Derek Wilson on February 1, 2004 3:06 PM EST
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SYSmark 2004 Overall
The entire sysmark run including all the individual tests we will be reporting took anwhere between two and three hours to run. The two main suites (Internet Content Creation and Office Productivity) each took up half of the time (in contrast to Winstone where the business benchmark completes much faster than content creation).
The overall score which takes a little of everything into account shows the Gallatin based Extreme Edition coming out on top in both of its flavors followed by the fastest Prescott.
This is the first time we've run Sysmark in our labs, and we weren't sure what to expect from this highly visible test suite. We can say that the numbers we see here an in the following graphs don't tend to reflect what we see though out the rest of our testing.
We included these numbers for completions' sake but we are not going to draw any conclusions based on the benchmark as we have not had much experience with it. We do know that this time around AMD did have equal input into the creation of the benchmark, although it does still seem to favor Intel's architectures.
SYSmark 2004 Internet Content Creation
SYSmark 2004 3D Content Creation
SYSmark 2004 2D Content Creation
SYSmark 2004 Web Publication
SYSmark 2004 Office Productivity
SYSmark 2004 Communications
SYSmark 2004 Document Creation
SYSmark 2004 Data Analysis