CliBench III and Linux Compile
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The CliBench III test is especially made to support multiple processors, and thus we are seeing the improvements on the results. In most cases, the results are slightly less than double that of the single processor. The three motherboards are again even all the way across the board.
Edit: That should read MINUTES, not seconds. Sorry! The Linux Compilation test shows off the use of dual-processors in a way that many of our readers can get in touch with. Here, the two processor systems nearly beat out the single processor results by 90%, showing that other operating systems are taking full advantage of the power of an additional CPU. The test that we ran here is titled LKC2001 and was developed by our own system administrator and staff member, Warren Togami.