Zotac NM10-DTX Motherboard
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.
The Atom D510's marginally higher core frequency allows for a slight lead over the outgoing Atom N330 model.
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.
Again, the updated D510 offers a very marginal but notable performance increase. It must be said that in the grand scheme of things, these scores are rather low regardless.
CPU Queen is based on branch prediction and the mis-prediction penalties that are involved.
This proved to be a rather interesting benchmark as the D510 took a considerable lead over the ION ITX-F's N330 CPU. Again, both scores are very weak but perhaps some of the architectural changes are also responsible for this.
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.
This is now the second Everest benchmark to favour the Atom D510 by such margins.
This is an integer based benchmark that will test the CPU and Memory by means of the CPU ZLib compression library.
The ZLib test has presented a more sensible difference in scores between the two setups.