This is a composite average of the Integer, Floating point, prime and sorting test scores and functions as a CPU mark that can be compared to the cross-platform mark in the mobile verison of PerformanceTest. These tests were chosen as the code used to perform the tasks is almost identical between the PC and mobile versions of PerformanceTest.This test is not included as part of the CPU mark calculation (as it is a subset of tests that have already been run).
Comparing Version 9 Results with Version 10
Due to the changes to the existing tests results have changed between version 9 and version 10.
- CPU Mark — Due to changes to most of the CPU tests the individual test results are much higher in V10 which has resulted in the CPU mark being higher. It is scaled down to be close to (but not exactly the same as) V9.
- The Integer test has been changed to perform more operations.
- The compression test has been replaced with a new version using Crypto++ Gzip.
- The encryption test has been changed, it will no longer do salsa and twofish encryption and instead will run an ECDSA test.
- The extended instructions test had some internal changes to the data structures used and fixed some memory access issues so now the test will run faster.
- Compiler optimizations that were previously disabled around the CPU tests have been enabled which has increased their performance on most systems.
Last 20 CPU comparisons
|1.||AMD Ryzen 3 3250U vs Intel Core i3-10110U||2020-08-07 00:19|
|2.||Intel Core i7-4870HQ vs Intel Core i5-10210U||2020-08-07 00:19|
|3.||AMD Ryzen 3 3300X vs AMD Ryzen 5 3500||2020-08-07 00:19|
|4.||Intel Core i5-9300HF vs Intel Core i7-8550U||2020-08-07 00:19|
|5.||Intel Core i7-9700K vs AMD Ryzen 7 3700X||2020-08-07 00:19|
|6.||Intel Celeron G1610T vs Intel Core i5-8305G||2020-08-07 00:19|
|7.||Intel Core i5-10210U vs Intel Core i5-8259U||2020-08-07 00:19|
|8.||Intel Core i5-9500 vs Intel Core i7-9700||2020-08-07 00:19|
|9.||AMD Ryzen 3 3100 vs AMD Ryzen 5 3400G||2020-08-07 00:19|
|10.||Intel Core i5-9300HF vs Intel Core i7-1065G7||2020-08-07 00:19|
|11.||Intel Core i3-7130U vs AMD A9-9425||2020-08-07 00:19|
|12.||Intel Core i5-6360U vs AMD A6-3500||2020-08-07 00:19|
|13.||Intel Celeron J4005 vs Intel Pentium Gold 5405U||2020-08-07 00:19|
|14.||AMD Ryzen 5 2600 vs Intel Core i7-4790||2020-08-07 00:19|
|15.||AMD Phenom II X6 1090T vs Intel Core i5-6500||2020-08-07 00:19|
|16.||AMD Ryzen 5 3500U vs Intel Core i5-4210U||2020-08-07 00:19|
|17.||Intel Core i5-4430 vs Intel Pentium G3250||2020-08-07 00:19|
|18.||Intel Core i5-9300HF vs Intel Core i5-8300H||2020-08-07 00:19|
|19.||Intel Core i7-6700 vs Intel Core i7-8700K||2020-08-07 00:19|
|20.||AMD Ryzen 5 3500U vs Intel Core i7-10700T||2020-08-07 00:19|
Trends — The 20 most popular CPUs last month
|1.||AMD Ryzen 5 3600||205,164 clicks|
|2.||AMD Ryzen 5 3500U||166,582 clicks|
|3.||AMD Ryzen 7 3700X||132,897 clicks|
|4.||AMD Ryzen 3 3200G||108,177 clicks|
|5.||AMD Ryzen 9 3900X||100,056 clicks|
|6.||Intel Core i5-10210U||94,952 clicks|
|7.||AMD Ryzen 5 2600||94,943 clicks|
|8.||AMD Ryzen 7 3700U||94,936 clicks|
|9.||AMD Ryzen 3 3300X||92,915 clicks|
|10.||Intel Core i7-9750H||90,884 clicks|
|11.||AMD Ryzen 5 4500U||90,775 clicks|
|12.||AMD Ryzen 5 3400G||90,038 clicks|
|13.||AMD Ryzen 7 4800H||89,210 clicks|
|14.||Intel Core i5-1035G1||89,207 clicks|
|15.||AMD Ryzen 3 3200U||87,825 clicks|
|16.||Intel Core i9-9900K||85,443 clicks|
|17.||Intel Core i7-10510U||82,958 clicks|
|18.||Intel Core i7-10700K||81,473 clicks|
|19.||Intel Core i7-1065G7||80,256 clicks|
|20.||AMD Ryzen 5 3600X||76,046 clicks|
The Encryption Test encrypts blocks of random data using several different encryption techniques, such that the resulting data can only be accessed by someone with the encryption key. It also tests the computers ability to create a hash of the data, which is also a common cryptographic technique that can be used to ensure the contents of data are not tampered with. The methods used are AES, SHA256 and ECDSA. This test uses many of the techniques in the maths test, but also uses a large amount of binary data manipulation and CPU mathematical functions like ‘to the power of’. Encryption is a very useful benchmark, as it is now very widely used in software applications, ranging from Internet browsers, communications software and many different business applications. This tests uses memory buffers totaling about 1MB per core. Where available, the test will make use of specialized CPU instruction sets to accelerate performance, such as AES-NI for the AES test.