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Benchmark applications are designed to provide reliable and comparable performance measurements. High quality benchmark applications give the very same result (or results within a very small error margin) when run on the same system. Even a single benchmark result thereby gives a truly comparable performance measurement. Professional hardware reviewers may still want to repeat the benchmark run to make sure there is no variance from one run to another. High quality benchmark applications also aim to measure more of an overall performance, than that of a single game. The documentation of the benchmark application should clearly state how the benchmark is designed to scale; does it above all scale with the graphics performance, the CPU performance or does it balance both and in that case how.

A CPU / graphics card workload balance should naturally be balanced to mimic a 3D game load, since that is the most usual 3D load the system will be used for. Then again, what could be a better balance than that of a real game. This makes benchmarks in games ideal for balanced CPU / graphics benchmarking. On the other hand, games are often heavier on the CPU than on the graphics card. This means that the total system throughput in many games is limited by the CPU performance, making such benchmarks less ideal for graphics performance estimations. Also, in the past few years graphics performance has increased faster than CPU performance, which has been possible to observe by the fact that all benchmarks over time have become more and more CPU dependent. Each new graphics hardware generation has pushed the envelope so far that even the most graphics limited benchmark has reached the point where the graphics hardware gets the frame rendered and has to wait for the CPU to catch up before starting to render the next frame.

3DMark06 is balanced to measure gaming performance due to the new ideology of the 3DMark score. For the first time in its history, the CPU result affects the final 3DMark score. This was done due to the fact that there are more and more games using complex AI algorithms and complex physics calculations.

The graphics tests have been optimized to be as GPU bound as possible, hence they aren’t affected much at all by the CPU. In order to create a very game-like scenario, all graphics tests and the CPU tests are used for the final 3DMark score, and thus correlate very well to what performance users will see in future games.

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