AMD Phenom II X6 1075T

Cinebench, PovRay, PC Mark & Passmark

Cinebench R11.5

The latest iteration of Cinebench's rendering benchmark takes greater advantage of multiple cores. With this in mind, what better way to test a processor with no less than six cores?


For reference, the stock frequency scores of the 1075T and 1090T place themselves roughly in the ball park of Core i7 860/930 processors. This is most certainly the anticipated performance level given its price tag, although a heavy overclock makes a significant difference.


Persistence Of Vision RAYtracer is an application for creating three dimensional graphics. Within the program is a very popular benchmark that measures the processor's ability to render such images.


A similar picture is painted for PovRay.

PCMark Vantage

PCMark Vantage is Futuremark's flagship "System Wide" benchmark. With a large focus on day to day operations, it's an excellent means of judging the capability of a computer as a whole.

Again, the achieved PC Mark Vantage scores are very much in line for systems of this calibre.

Passmark paints a picture about the system as a whole by testing processor, memory, hard disk drive, optical drive and graphics card.

Passmark offers a similar point of view, however we remain a little stumped by the low 3D Graphics value generated by the overclocked Phenom II. Regardless, it still came out on top overall.

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Most Recent Comments

21-09-2010, 07:19:10

What's that, another fully unlocked hex core? We simply had to take a look at this...

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21-09-2010, 07:38:28

Great review as always guys. What cooler did you use for this, and what were the temperatures like?Quote

21-09-2010, 08:15:35

Originally Posted by Diablo View Post

Great review as always guys. What cooler did you use for this, and what were the temperatures like?
I was talking to Mul about this the other night, was the classic is it really that cool? AMD style chip. Load was mid 40's on a SilenX cooler youll be seeing reviewed soon.Quote

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