In our Sandra testing, the DFI was very, very close to scoring as well as the other boards represented. Everest scores are lower, and surely that can be attributed to the fact that we cannot run 1T at all. That always hurts the Everest Read/Write scores.
Our POV Beta testing places the DFI board right in the middle of the pack, while the Real-Time results are at the very top. In Cinebench 10 the DFI also places right in the middle of the group.
In HDtach, we see the DFI scoring lower than most, but there is not too much difference in any of the scores at all.
The DFI board almost gets a sweep in the 3dMark06 testing, as it takes the top score in all but the SM3 scores.
In Lightsmark 2008, the DFi does very well and gets the best score in the 1280×1024 testing. It has a pretty good showing in the 1920×1200 as well. It does not do quite as well in the F.E.A.R. benchmark, as it comes in dead last. It also takes the 1280×1024 top score in Company of Heroes, and does ok in the 1920×1200 in the same game. In Call of Duty 4, the DFI scores at the bottom end in both resolutions.
In PCMark Vantage, it pretty much scores in the middle of the pack as well, getting the top scores in the Productivity and HDD tests.