QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009)

Performance Results

Benchmarks - missing GPU, SSD
Gaming
Gaming 0%
Incomplete
Desktop
Desktop 0%
Incomplete
Workstation
Workstation 0%
Incomplete
PC StatusOverall this PC is performing as expected (46th percentile). This means that out of 100 PCs with exactly the same components, 54 performed better. The overall PC percentile is the average of each of its individual components.
ProcessorWith an average single core score, this CPU can handle browsing the web, email, video playback and the majority of general computing tasks including light gaming when coupled with an appropriate GPU. Finally, with a gaming score of 50.5%, this CPU's suitability for 3D gaming is average.
Boot DriveThe boot partition is located on a mechanical or hybrid drive. Moving the system to an SSD will yield far faster boot times, better system responsiveness and faster application load times.
Memory16GB is enough RAM to run any version of Windows and it's more than sufficient for nearly all games. 16GB also allows for very large file and system caches, software development and batch photo editing/processing.
OS VersionWindows 11 is the most recent version of Windows.
SystemQEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009)  (all builds)
Motherboard
Memory13.6 GB free of 16 GB @ 0 GHz
Display3436 x 1359 - 32 Bit colors
OSWindows 11
BIOS Date20150206
Uptime0 Days
Run DateMar 15 '22 at 08:10
Run Duration112 Seconds
Run User CHE-User
Background CPU7%

 PC Performing as expected (46th percentile)

Actual performance vs. expectations. The graphs show user score (x) vs user score frequency (y).

Processor BenchNormalHeavyServer
Intel Xeon Bronze 3204
CPU 0, 1 CPU, 8 cores, 8 threads
Base clock 1.9 GHz, turbo 1.9 GHz (avg)
Performing way above expectations (100th percentile)
50.5% Above average
Memory 56.6
1-Core 59.8
2-Core 119
46% 78.5 Pts
4-Core 239
8-Core 461
42% 350 Pts
64-Core 458
28% 458 Pts
Poor: 6%
This bench: 50.5%
Great: 51%
Drive BenchSequentialRandom 4kDeep queue 4k
Red Hat VirtIO 107GB
70GB free (System drive)
Firmware: 0001
SusWrite @10s intervals: 5.9 6.6 6.2 5.5 6 7.7 MB/s
Performing way below expectations (6th percentile)
11.3% Very poor
Read 33
Write 7.8
Mixed 13.3
SusWrite 6.3
11% 15.1 MB/s
4K Read 0.4
4K Write 0.1
4K Mixed 0.1
30% 0.2 MB/s
Poor: 11%
This bench: 11.3%
Great: 82%
Memory Kit BenchMulti coreSingle coreLatency
QEMU 1x16GB
1 of 1 slots used
16GB DIMM RAM
Performing below potential (31st percentile) - ensure that an XMP BIOS profile is enabled: How to enable XMP
69.6% Good
MC Read 27.3
MC Write 30.8
MC Mixed 27.7
82% 28.6 GB/s
SC Read 5.5
SC Write 8
SC Mixed 5.5
18% 6.33 GB/s
Latency 138
29% 138 ns
Poor: 38%
This bench: 69.6%
Great: 161%

 System Memory Latency Ladder

L1/L2/L3 CPU cache and main memory (DIMM) access latencies in nano seconds

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System: QEMU Standard PC (Q35 + ICH9, 2009)

EDIT WITH CUSTOM PC BUILDER Value: 53% - Above average Total price: $549
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