Intel lets the Cats out of the bag
Subject: General Tech | October 28, 2005 - 06:28 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Intel has devised 2 new benchmarking tools, the Gaming Capabilities Assessment Tool (G-CAT), and the Digital Home Capabilities Assessment Tool (DH-CAT). Silent PC Review will give you the full run down on what they test, and why you should be interested.
"They're benchmarks, designed to test a PC's gaming or "Digital Home" capabilities. It's probably
the first time that a processor company is trying to create benchmarks for a whole PC rather than
specific components. It's also the first time in the PC industry that real "User Experience" based
on perceptual research is embedded in benchmarks."
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