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Written by Mathew Williams   
Tuesday, 08 September 2009
Table of Contents: Page Index
Intel Core i5-750 Processor BX80605I5750
Features and Specifications
Closer Look: Core i5-750
Testing and Results
Lavalys EVEREST
Passmark PerformanceTest
PCMark05 Benchmark Suite
Crysis Gaming Tests
Devil May Cry 4 Gaming Tests
SPECperfview 10 CATIA
MAXON CINEBENCH R10
Performance Features and Overclocking
Power Consumption
Intel Lynnfield Final Thoughts
Core i5-750 Conclusion

MAXON CINEBENCH R10

CINEBENCH comes to us from MAXON, the developers of CINEMA 4D animation software. This benchmark runs several tests to measure performance of the processor and the graphics card under real-world circumstances. It can make use of up to 16 CPUs or CPU cores, but also includes a single-threaded test to provide an accurate comparison of efficiency and performance across a wide range of CPU types.

The resulting values among different operating systems are 100% comparable and therefore very useful with regard to purchasing decision making. It can also be used as a marketing tool for hardware vendors or simply to compare hardware among colleagues or friends.

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One of the reasons we include CINEBENCH is to analyze the effects of multiple threads. The Core i7-870 and i7-920 easily top the charts thanks to Intel's hyper-threading. What's interesting is that the i7-870 actually takes the lead. Further, in the single-threaded benchmark, the Core i5-750 also tops the i7-920.



 

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# Why is the i7-920 suddenly out of the mix on page?Fred Ubercake 2010-02-17 09:30
Why not continue to include the i7-920 in the benchmark graphs? I don't get it.
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# How can you say...Fred Ubercake 2010-02-17 09:35
..."in many tests, it even matched the Core i7-920" when the charts suddenly don't include it from the PCMark page on???
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# Why Windows XP and not Win 7Julian 2010-10-11 12:54
Why are you using Windows XP and not the Win 7 64. I believe Windows 7 can achieve better results aspecialy 64 bit
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# Windows 7 hadn't been released yetOlin Coles 2010-10-11 12:57
If I had to guess, it's because Microsoft Windows 7 didn't arrive until about two months after this article was published.
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