This week, PT published its first two public reports using HDXPRT 2012: Performance comparison: Dell Latitude E5430 vs. HP ProBook 4440s and Performance comparison: Dell Latitude E5430 vs. Lenovo ThinkPad L430. You should check them out.
Of course, you can find the HDXPRT results from these reports in the HDXPRT 2012 results database along with results from the characterization study we did last month. The results database is a repository of HDXPRT results you can use to compare system performance. The database includes full disclosure information and lets you sort by a number of criteria, including any HDXPRT score, the processor, amount of RAM, graphic card, and so on.
Looking at the results in the database got me wondering who has the mightiest machine out there. The current winner is a custom-built system with an Intel Core i7 3770 and 8 GB of RAM. It has an HDXPRT 2012 Create HD score of 248.
Records are meant to be broken, and I know someone out there can grind that score to dust. So, we’re going to have a contest. The first person to submit a set of HDXPRT results with a score above 248 will win at least bragging rights and maybe a prize if we can find something suitable around our offices.
You’ll find instructions for submitting results at Submit your HDXPRT 2012 results.
I can’t wait to see your results!