የቪድዮ ካርዶቻችንን አፈፃፀም ለመገምገም ሁላችንም መመዘኛዎችን እንጠቀማለን ፣ ግን በእውነቱ የእርስዎ ቴክኖሎጂ ለእርስዎ ምን ሊያደርግልዎ እንደሚችል ትክክለኛ ግምትን ይሰጣሉ? የሽያጭ MEA ፣ AMD ኃላፊ ኦማር ፋክህሪ ፣ በዚህ ጉዳይ ላይ የተለየ አስተሳሰብ ያላቸው ይመስላል ፡፡

ኦማር ፋካሪ ፣ ኤ.ኤን.ዲ 1

“In today’s hyper-connected world, technology buyers can find an answer to almost any question with a web አሳሽ እና የበይነመረብ connection. We can all do a little research before we sign the check or hand over the credit ካርድ. በውስጡ የግል ኮምፒተር market, performance benchmarking has been an important part of evaluating computers for years, but what do benchmarks really tell us and which ones can we rely on? History shows the way computers have been evaluated continually changes. For decades computers were primarily sold on the basis of the clock መደጋገም የራሱ ማቀናበሪያ.

AMD was, in fact, the first processor company to 1 GHz in 2000, but as the frequencies rose higher and more architectural differences were introduced, the ማያያዣ between clock frequency and performance experienced by the user became increasingly tenuous. Additionally, increases in power consumption and decreases in performance scaling with clock speed ultimately killed clock speed as a performance measurement. Microprocessor core counts became the next marketable way many mainstream users were sold computers, with AMD demonstrating the first x86 dual-core processor in 2004 and the first native quad-core x86 አገልጋይ processor in 2006. Benchmarks were developed to እርዳታ take the guess work out of how much frequency or core counts really deliver in terms of performance, and to provide objective guidance from parties outside of the hardware ecosystem itself. As these software companies maneuvered to become the gold standard of benchmarking against each other, cracks in the model began to appear with hardware companies fighting for optimizations to achieve the highest score resulting in diminished credibility of frequency as a measure of performance. As processor architectures have evolved, some benchmark suites have not evolved with them; yet they remain a staple to decision makers when judging the performance of computers.

To serve today’s PC user, there is a need to tap into previously underutilized compute resources which are available in the form of graphics processing units (GPUs) and their massive ትይዩ compute capabilities. Modern processors, like the Accelerated ክፍል (APU), have both የማዕከላዊ የሂደት ክፍል (ሲፒዩ) and GPU processing engines as well as specialized video and audio hardware, all working together to contribute to the user’s experience and ሂደት modern workloads efficiently for outstanding performance with minimal power consumption. Users today expect a rich visual experience and engage with computers like never before; consuming, creating, integrating and sharing high quality audio and video while interacting with their computers through touch, voice and gesture. There is seemingly less interest in what is happening behind the ስክሪን and more of an expectation that the system will just work to provide a great experience whether at home or at work. Systems now can include 64-bit multi-core APUs such as AMD’s A-Series APUs. Given this seismic change in usage and user expectation, you would think that benchmarks would have changed to reflect the technology and user’s needs and expectations. The sad reality is that many benchmarks haven’t. Measuring just one task or one type of processing, such as single-core CPU performance, these benchmarks provide a limited view of system performance that does not easily translate to an evaluation of the experience of using the system the user is concerned with.

Is it valid to base buying decisions on benchmarks that only measure one aspect of the processor or are more heavily weighted toward a single, rarely used መተግበሪያ? When buying a car is horsepower the only specification you consider on the window sticker at the dealership? Ultimately you are the best judge of what is good for you; in an ideal world, በስራላይ evaluation of a ኮምፕዩተር can determine if it will either satisfy your needs or it won’t, simple as that. In today’s መስመር ላይ world, hands-on evaluation of a PC is not always realistic, so benchmarks still have an important role to play. There are currently three benchmarks we believe provide a well-rounded picture of modern compute architectures based on the typical workload of today’s consumer and commercial users. Two of them are produced by Futuremark®, a European based organization that is ክፍት to the whole computing industry.

የቅርብ ጊዜው PCMarkV 8 v2 የመነሻ መለኪያ ስብስብ ተዘጋጅቷል ለቤት እና ንግድ የተሟላ የፒሲ መመዘኛ መሠረት ነው ዴል ፣ ኤች.አይ.ቪ ፣ ሎኖ seን ፣ ማይክሮሶፍት እና በርካታ የሰሚኮንዳክተሮች አምራቾችን ጨምሮ ከብዙ ኢንዱስትሪ ታላላቅ ስሞች ጋር በመተባበር። የስርዓት አፈፃፀም የተሟላ እይታን ለማግኘት ፣ የወደፊቱን አሻራ መሰል ለወደፊቱ የዘመናዊ መለኪያዎች ስብስብ ጥቅም ላይ ሊውል ይችላል 3DMarkGraphics ለግራፊክስ እና ለጂፒዩ ስሌት አፈፃፀም እና ባስማርክ CL ከጠቅላላ የስርዓት ስሌት ከ Rightware ኢንዱስትሪው አብረው በማይሠሩበት ጊዜ የእውነተኛ-ዓለም ሥራዎችን የማይወክሉ መመዘኛዎችን ሊያስከትል ይችላል እንዲሁም አንዱን የሃርድዌር ሻጭ ከሌላው በተሻለ እንዲደግፍ ሊደረግ ይችላል ፡፡ ይህ የሆነው ከዚህ በፊት ነው እና አንድ የሃርድዌር አቅራቢ ሊጠቅም ቢችልም እውነተኛው ተሸካሚው በተሳሳተ የአፈፃፀም አኃዝ ጋር የቀረበ እና ለተገነዘበው የአፈፃፀም ጥቅም የሚከፍለው ሸማች ነው።

Ultimately, it is the consumer that wins when the industry works together. Benchmarks may be a valuable tool for your buying decision process and an important አባል in your final decision, but at the የቀኑ መጨረሻ, the best and toughest benchmark is you.”

 

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