Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v3 Product Family
The Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 v3 product family-based workstation delivers visual performance for graphics-intensive applications.
SPECapc* for PTC Creo* 2.0 provides eight workflows that exercise all aspects of system performance when running the popular application. Composite scores are generated for graphics, shaded graphics, wireframe graphics, CPU, and I/O performance. Application workflows for the world car model pictured below include world car graphics, world car regeneration, world car retessellation, world car mass properties, world car load/erase/load, world car body graphics, Initial Graphics Exchange Specification (IGES) import and export, and engine new drawing.
PTC contributed the model, and SPECapc tested and prepared the benchmark, making maximum use of new functionality in Creo 2.0.
Intel estimated as of April 2014
SPECapc* for PTC Creo* 2.0
Baseline configuration: Intel® C216 chipset-based Intel® Xeon® processor-based workstation platform with one Intel Xeon processor E3-1275 v2 (quad-core, 3.5 GHz, 8M cache), ACRVMBY1.86C.0096.P00 September 9, 2012, Intel® Hyper-Threading Technology (Intel® HT Technology) best configuration, 8 GB memory (2x 4 GB DDR3-1600 ECC UDIMM), Intel® HD Graphics P4000 with driver 2712, 2 TB 7200 RPM SATAIII HDD (WD2000FYYZ), Microsoft Windows* 7 Service Pack 1. Source: Intel internal testing as of April 2013.
New configuration: Intel® C226 chipset-based Intel Xeon processor-based workstation platform with one Intel Xeon processor E3-1286 v3 (quad-core, 3.7 GHz, 8M cache), BDW-E1R1.86C.0064.R01.1402210557, Intel HT Technology best configuration, 16 GB memory (4x 4 GB DDR3-1600 ECC UDIMM), Intel HD Graphics P4600 and 4700 with driver 3496, Intel® SSD 530 Series, Microsoft Windows 7 Service Pack 1. Source: Intel internal testing as of April 2014.
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