Asus E35M1-M PRO Micro ATX

CPU Performance

Asus E35M1-M PRO Micro ATX

CPU Performance

SiSoftware Sandra (the System ANalyser, Diagnostic and Reporting Assistant) is an information & diagnostic utility capable of benchmarking the performance of individual components inside a PC.

CPU Arithmetic

The CPU arithmetic test ascertains the processor's capabilities in terms of numerical operations. Two subtests named Dhrystone and Whetstone are carried out respectively. This is not a measure of latency and thus higher is better.

First benchmark in, the CPU Arithmetic test secures the AMD platform a rather clear victory. Is this a clear sign of things to come?

CPU Multimedia

The CPU Multimedia Test focuses on CPU based operations that may occur during multimedia based tasks. The magnitude of the score depends on the processor's ability to handle Integer, Float and Double data types

 

Ahem, the plot thickens as the tables turn in a big way. Clearly the Brazos APU loses out in the aforementioned multimedia instructions.

AIDA Extreme Edition

Returning to its roots by re-estabilishing the AIDA name, the latest iteration of the popular benchmark suite now includes optimisations over previous editions. With this in mind, remember not to compare these results against those conducted with older Everest software. 

CPU Queen

 

CPU Queen is all about branch prediction and the penalties that, well "misprediction" can bring.

 

The Atom D510 wins again, with a fair margin. This is really not what we expected. That said, it is not unreasonable to expect the CPU Queen test to follow a similar trend to SiSoft Sandra's Multimedia benchmark.

CPU Photoworxx

PhotoWorxx as the name may suggest tests processors by means of invoking functions that are common to Photo Manipulation including Fill, Flip, Crop, Rotate, Difference and Colour to B&W conversion. 

 

The E350 flexes its muscles with quasi photoshop operations. Neither platform are ideal for this but it is a clear win regardless.

CPU ZLib

This is an integer based benchmark that will test the CPU and Memory by means of the CPU ZLib compression library. 

 

Wrapping up our AIDA64 benchmarks, the AMD E350 strikes back yet again. Next we will cover WinRAR and Cinebench performance followed by tests pertaining to the E35M1-M PRO's Memory and Southbridge subsystems.

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03-02-2011, 05:15:10

tinytomlogan
Today we test one of the first motherboards to sport the AMD Fusion APU

Continue Reading

03-02-2011, 06:05:58

Zeals
AMD Fusion seems like the perfect choice for a HTPC, a few questions, is this capable of 3D? Also does it upscale well?

03-02-2011, 07:10:40

Mul.
Hi Zeals,

As the new HD 6310 GPU supports UVD 3.0, this means that DivX decoding is now included (on top of the existing MPEG2/H.264) and also Blu-Ray 3D support. However neither Asus or AMD have clearly stated that the HD 6310 will decode 3D well. I suppose this will become more clear as time goes on however my initial impressions are that a HTPC for higher end functionality such as 3D support or anything else that may command some more CPU horse power is probably better off with a conventional CPU and dedicated GPU.

I hope that helps

03-02-2011, 07:37:40

Zeals
Thnx for the fast reply Mul, really appreciate it.

03-02-2011, 10:54:14

wotevajjjj
will my NHD14 fit ?

03-02-2011, 12:33:59

SadButTrue
Quote:
Originally Posted by wotevajjjj View Post

will my NHD14 fit ?
Go for it bro!

Pros: you'll have the coolest running 18W CPU on the block. WooHoo! Bragging rights.

Cons: You'll probably need to work on the mount - I don't see the usual AM3 hardware on that board. And do you figure £150 or more on a full-tower case to accommodate the Noctua is about right for a rig like this? An HAF-X or a Lanboy Air would be quite stylish.

03-02-2011, 13:39:46

oneseraph
So here is an interesting little tidbit. The mini ITX version is on it's way. You can check it out here.

http://www.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=9BmKhMwWCwqyl1lz&templete=2

Looks like it includes WiFi plus blue-tooth 3.0. Anyway, just look at the specs on this little monster. The feature set is extremely impressive for a Mini ITX board. I think this would make a sweet little pc that you could mount to the back of a monitor for a clutter and noise free desk. Definitely good for email, web browsing, word, netflix and watching movies.

04-02-2011, 05:22:27

silenthill
I think I’ll pass and just buy a notebook with power consumption of 15W and that’s with the screen on

04-02-2011, 05:27:26

Zeals
Well an ideal HTPC board will be mITX and have enough power for 3D playback, and a decent amount of DVD upscaling.

So as Mul suggested probably wait for a more powerful AMD Fusion APU, and than bolt on a nice HTPC soundcard and PROFITS!

11-02-2011, 17:18:41

anikhtos
ANyone to comment that when you add the discrete card aand run the test to see how much it will bottleneck did you check the cpu score from 954 to 2020??

it doubled. so my question is using a discrete vga does indeed improves cpu perfomanse?? so a few more test with winzip and other cpu programs to see if with a discrete vga they will improve. if they improve then it will be interesting :-)

12-02-2011, 05:05:26

Zeals
Quote:
Originally Posted by anikhtos View Post

ANyone to comment that when you add the discrete card aand run the test to see how much it will bottleneck did you check the cpu score from 954 to 2020??

it doubled. so my question is using a discrete vga does indeed improves cpu perfomanse?? so a few more test with winzip and other cpu programs to see if with a discrete vga they will improve. if they improve then it will be interesting :-)
Well it's an APU, so the same chip is handling both graphics and cpu, so if you put a graphics card in the APU can just focus on the CPU stuff.

But for a normal CPU, unless you a running nVidia with Physx I doubt it.

14-02-2011, 05:25:23

Rastalovich
Looking at the fan on the cooler - can the ASUS logo part of the cooler come off ? Seems to me it deflects most of the fans work.

Loving these little options myself.

14-02-2011, 08:05:21

Zeals
I would prefer getting the MSI APU board. mITX perfect for smaller HTPC cases, and the fan doesn't look as out of place.

15-02-2011, 13:24:12

Mul.
Quote:
Originally Posted by anikhtos View Post

ANyone to comment that when you add the discrete card aand run the test to see how much it will bottleneck did you check the cpu score from 954 to 2020??

it doubled. so my question is using a discrete vga does indeed improves cpu perfomanse?? so a few more test with winzip and other cpu programs to see if with a discrete vga they will improve. if they improve then it will be interesting :-)
Hi Anikhtos,

There was an error with this graph; CPU score should read 1954, not 954. This has now been edited, apologies if this has caused any confusion.

12-04-2011, 07:04:59

plonk420
well, the MicroATX works best for me, tho i'd prefer the E35M1-M (non PRO) for price reasons. either way, i've ordered this so i can use my PCI (mid-range) audiophile sound card. also, backup slots in case the onboard NIC dies (which i've actually encountered).

12-04-2011, 07:15:56

plonk420
Quote:
Originally Posted by Zeals View Post

AMD Fusion seems like the perfect choice for a HTPC, a few questions, is this capable of 3D? Also does it upscale well?
meh @ directx scaling (including Bicubic). i'll have to see if it'll do 720p -> 1080p Spline/Sinc scaling well in ffdshow, tho i'm not really expecting it :S

04-06-2011, 19:08:15

Jayzon
I am loving that the new technology for HTPC users like myself, as I am looking into this E35M1-M Pro board to build a low power HTPC. The only reason I would take this over the E35M1-M mini ATX board is that I need 2 PCIE slots for my Happauge Win Tv tuner cards, unless someone could tell me a great way of getting dual NTSC signals into one card ?

Another question would the new form factor have any complications in fitting into a standard ATX case?

Thanks

05-06-2011, 04:04:18

Grizzly
Quote:
Originally Posted by Jayzon View Post

I am loving that the new technology for HTPC users like myself, as I am looking into this E35M1-M Pro board to build a low power HTPC. The only reason I would take this over the E35M1-M mini ATX board is that I need 2 PCIE slots for my Happauge Win Tv tuner cards, unless someone could tell me a great way of getting dual NTSC signals into one card ?

Another question would the new form factor have any complications in fitting into a standard ATX case?

Thanks
Most ATX cases will have the mounting holes for mATX as well, It'd be strange really if it didn't as they use some of the ATX mounting holes.

31-10-2011, 07:32:34

sigfreund
I built my HTPC around the E35M1-M Pro and have been very happy so far. I also have a HDHomerun for the tuner and it is awesome. Provides dual tuners to every computer on your network,It works great.

http://www.silicondust.com/products/hdhomerun/dvbt/
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