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SPECviewperf 6.1.2 (Score) Intel 850GB DFI WT70EC SuperMicro P4STA
 
AWadvs-04 Weighted Geometric Mean
50.54
50.63
50.44
DRV-07 Weighted Geometric Mean
18.27
18.26
18.27
DX-06 Weighted Geometric Mean
17.85
17.87
17.88
Light-04 Weighted Geometric Mean
6.720
6.732
6.712
MedCAD-01 Weighted Geometric Mean
21.83
21.49
21.79
ProCDRS-03 Weighted Geometric Mean
15.50
15.35
15.49

SPECviewperf 6.1.2 (Score) Intel 850GB DFI WT70EC SuperMicro P4STA
 
Average:
21.785
21.722
21.763


3DMark2001 PRO Intel 850GB DFI WT70EC SuperMicro P4STA
 
640x480X16 - T16
4553
4474
4554
640x480x16 - T32
4438
4365
4434
 
800x600x16 T-16
4372
4307
4359
800x600x16 T-32
4312
4259
4312
 
1024x768x16 T-16
4204
4161
4217
1024x768x16 T-32
4124
4081
4144

3DMARK2001 PRO Intel 850GB DFI WT70EC SuperMicro P4STA
 
Average:
4334
4275
4342

Summation

The WT70 is a very interesting solution for people planning to upgrade to a Pentium 4 setup. I consider the WT70 being more a Home P4 platform due its lack of the AGP PRO slot that could be used for people with high-end professional cards. Another reason is the lack of Front Side Bus changes. The Pentium 4 is known to be a very good CPU that can be easily overclocked, this will unfortunately not be the case if you go with the WT70 because it does not features FSB overclocking options. If not taking these two points in mind, the WT70 is an innovative and performing Pentium 4 solution. Congratulations to DFI for a job well done.





 





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