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+ - PCMark Memory Benchmark Favors GenuineIntel->

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javy_tahu writes "A review by ars technica disclosed that PCMark 2005 Memory benchmark favors GenuineIntel CPUID. A VIA Nano CPU has had its CPUID changed from the original VIA to fake GenuineAMD and GenuineIntel. An improvement of, respectively, 10% and 50% of the score was seen. The reasons of this behavior of FutureMark product are not yet known."
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PCMark Memory Benchmark Favors GenuineIntel

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