Reply 140 of 193, by SPBHM
all stock apart from the e2140.
816.3 FPS, SPBHM, Radeon HD 5850, Core i5 2310, H61, 8GB DDR3 1333 DC, Win 10 x64
301.7 FPS, SPBHM, Radeon HD 4670 DDR2 (750/400) PCIe, Pentium E2140@2133MHz, VIA P4M900, 3GB DDR2 533 SC, Win 7 SP1 x86
I decided to test the same PC that I used for the 5850 but with the current card and I'm a little surprised...
618.9 FPS, SPBHM, Radeon R7 370 2GB, Core i5 2310, H61, 8GB DDR3 1333 DC, Win 10 x64
also decided to test the PC that currently has the same "HD4670" and again...
274.1, SPBHM, Radeon HD 4670 DDR2 (750/400) PCIe, Celeron E1400@2.54GHz, G31, 4GB DDR2 850 DC, Win 10 x86
the 4670 maybe it makes sense because perhaps it's slower on windows 10? is it really hurt by half the l2 cache? but G31 is much faster than the other chipset and there is over 400MHz more.
the 370 being so much slower than the 5850 I can't explain, only thing that I could think made the PC slower are the Spectre/Meltdown patches since that previous test.... or it's just that the drivers are far less optimized for this!?
edit: OK, cache is everything,
I removed the 2.54GHz Celeron dual core, and on the same board placed an e7300 (2.66GHz), and...
460.6, SPBHM, Radeon HD 4670 DDR2 (750/400) PCIe, C2D e7300 @ 2.66GHz, G31, 4GB DDR2 800 DC, Win 10 x64