Synthetic: AIDA32 and Cachemem
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The AIDA32 scores back up what SiSoft Sandra says in that the Athlon 64 processor isn’t going to blow anyone away as far as pure bandwidth numbers. The decreased latency is in fact allowing the single channel solutions to compete with the dual channel Intel and Athlon XP platforms.
The Cachemem benchmark shows a more favorable light on the Athlon 64 3200+ processor, but it still trails the P4’s current top processor.