AMD K6-2

by Anand Lal Shimpi on May 27, 1998 2:30 PM EST
Video Playback Performance

Ziff Davis Winbench 98

--- AMD K6-2 Intel Pentium II

Test

333/95

300/66 333/83 400/100

Video/Action, Cinepak, 640x480, 30fps, 900KB/S

Visual Quality (Frames Dropped - Lower is Better)

1

1

1 1

CPU Utilization (Percent - Lower is Better)

29.8

35.6

31.7 28.9

Max Frame Rate (Higher is Better)

112

93.6

104 113

Video/Action, Indeo 4.1, 640x480, 30fps, 900KB/S

Visual Quality (Frames Dropped - Lower is Better)

378

237

177 91

CPU Utilization (Percent - Lower is Better)

96.9

97.2

97.2 96.6

Max Frame Rate (Higher is Better)

14.4

22.5

24.8 27.6

Video/Action, MPEG-1, 352x240, 30fps, 300KB/S

Visual Quality (Frames Dropped - Lower is Better)

1

1

1 1

CPU Utilization (Percent - Lower is Better)

43.6

44.9

39 32.9

Max Frame Rate (Higher is Better)

75

73.8

84.3 99.8

Video Playback seems to fare quite well on the K6-2, it is interesting to note that Intel's Indeo Codec performs horribly on the K6-2 in comparison to the Pentium II while the Cinepak and MPEG-1 tests revealed that the K6-2 performed just as well if not better than the Pentium II at an equivalent clock speed.  The Pentium II - 400 seems to be the best option here, although not by a tremendous margin, definitely not worth the price difference between it and a sub-$200 K6-2.

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