In the previous post, we had compared the specification details and some comparison of the Core i3-350M with the Pentium P6200. Let us now compare the benchmark scores of these two processors.
Core i3-350M Vs Intel Pentium P6200 Benchmarking Comparison
|Benchmarks||Core i3-350M||Intel Pentium P6200|
|PassMark CPU Mark Score||2057||1668|
|Super Pi 2M||46 seconds||46 seconds|
|3D Mark 06 CPU||2370||1950|
|Windows 7 Experience Score||6.4||5.8|
Here are the same results in terms of the horizontal bars.
PassMark CPU Mark Score Benchmark
|Intel Pentium P6200||1668|
Super Pi 2M Benchmark
|Core i3-350M||46 seconds|
|Intel Pentium P6200||46 seconds|
3D Mark 06 CPU Benchmark
|Intel Pentium P6200||1950|
Windows 7 Experience Score Benchmark
|Intel Pentium P6200||5.8|
Clearly, these results indicate that the core i3 is better than the Pentium. There are mainly two factors that work in favor of the Core i3 – the Hyperthreading and (marginally) higher clock frequency.
Newer Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processors have further improved the performances and have significantly improved the integrated graphics performance.