PCMark05 Professional measures the system performance by running several tests. We selected two batches for our comparisons, System and CPU.
The System batch performs the following tests: HDD XP Startup, Physics and 3D, 2D Transparent Window, 3D Pixel Shader, Web Page Rendering, File Decryption, 2D Graphics Memory – 64 lines, HDD General Usage and three multithreading tests.
The CPU batch performs the following tests: File Compression, File Decompression, File Encryption, File Decryption, Image Decompression, Audio Compression and two multithreading tests.
The results are given in a PCMark05 specific unit.
|Sempron 3000+(1.8 GHz)||Celeron D 331(2.66 GHz)||Difference|
|PCMark05 – System||2718||2632||3.27%|
|PCMark05 – CPU||2537||2993||17.97%|
On system batch, the Sempron 3000+ (1.8 GHz) was 3.27% faster than the Celeron D 331 (2.66 GHz), that is, they both achieved almost the same performance.
On CPU batch, Celeron D 331 (2.66 GHz) was 17.97% faster than the AMD processor.