Posted on Saturday, October 29 2005 @ 2:20 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
They're benchmarks, designed to test a PC's gaming or "Digital Home" capabilities. It's probably the first time that a processor company is trying to create benchmarks for a whole PC rather than specific components. It's also the first time in the PC industry that real "User Experience" based on perceptual research is embedded in benchmarks. We present a first look of beta versions of these interesting new performance assessment tools. Read on over here
to learn more.