AMD Phenom II X6 1075T
The latest iteration of Cinebench's rendering benchmark takes greater advantage of multiple cores. With this in mind, what better way to test a processor with no less than six cores?
For reference, the stock frequency scores of the 1075T and 1090T place themselves roughly in the ball park of Core i7 860/930 processors. This is most certainly the anticipated performance level given its price tag, although a heavy overclock makes a significant difference.
Persistence Of Vision RAYtracer is an application for creating three dimensional graphics. Within the program is a very popular benchmark that measures the processor's ability to render such images.
A similar picture is painted for PovRay.
PCMark Vantage is Futuremark's flagship "System Wide" benchmark. With a large focus on day to day operations, it's an excellent means of judging the capability of a computer as a whole.
Again, the achieved PC Mark Vantage scores are very much in line for systems of this calibre.
Passmark paints a picture about the system as a whole by testing processor, memory, hard disk drive, optical drive and graphics card.
Passmark offers a similar point of view, however we remain a little stumped by the low 3D Graphics value generated by the overclocked Phenom II. Regardless, it still came out on top overall.