Recently our company inherited a lot of old computers from the plant next door after it closed down. I've been looking inside them to determine what components are there to see if I can combine them to make some better systems.
I've never gotten into computer benchmarking before. I wanted to use a simple utility that would boot from a CD, and about the only one I could find was the Ultimate Boot CD. The utility I chose was System Speed Test 32 version 4.78. It looks like it was created by a Russian but I can't find a home page for it anymore.
Here are my results:
|Intel Core 2 Duo E6550 @ 2.33GHz||3450.07|
|AMD Athlon XP 2400+||2376.52|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz||2116.44|
|AMD Athlon MP 2000+||1976.42|
|Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz (Northwood)||1868.58|
|AMD Athlon XP 1800+||1773.98|
|AMD Athlon Duron 700 MHz (Spitfire)||827.96|
|Intel Celeron 633MHz (Coppermine)||712.24|
|Intel Pentium III 550MHz||635.58|
(The Core 2 Duo at the top is my workstation, not a computer we received.)