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Platform Benchmarking with RightMark Memory Analyzer Part 3: Intel Pentium III & Review

Posted on Thursday, March 18 2004 @ 19:46:04 CET by LSDsmurf

We continue the series of the low-level tests of platform's vital features with the universal RightMark Memory Analyzer. This time we are dealing with the Intel Pentium III platforms. It's not that interesting to test earlier versions, that is why we included into the pack only the latest ones, namely the mobile Pentium III-M (Geyserville), the server Pentium III-S (Tualatin), and the key components of Intel Centrino Mobile Technology - Pentium M (Banias). This technology consists of three components - the processor, Intel 855 chipset and a LAN module (Intel PRO/Wireless 2100). The Pentium M CPU has the improved architecture with lowered power consumption, the key components of which are the energy optimized 400MHz FSB, doubled instruction and data cache sizes, the advanced prefetch algorithms, SSE2 extensions support, Enhanced Intel SpeedStep and Thermal Monitor technologies. There are also microarchitectural core changes including Micro-Ops Fusion and improved stack management (fewer microops control the stack changes at the expense of tracking them on the local level). All the facts look attractive, let's see how it works in practice

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