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Price:Performance

The PCMark 05, PCMark Vantage and PC Mark 7 benchmarks give a clean sweep of test results to the Intel hardware. Except... the Intel laptop retails for about £629, while the AMD version only costs £500. Comparing the benchmark points each laptop buys you will tell a slightly different story.

PCMark 07

AMD Llano vs Intel Sandy Bridge PCMark 07

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PCMark 07 per Pound

AMD Llano vs Intel Sandy Bridge PCMark 07 by price

Longer bars indicate better value

PCMark Vantage

AMD Llano vs Intel Sandy Bridge PCMark Vantage

Longer bars are better

PCMark Vantage per Pound

AMD Llano vs Intel Sandy Bridge PCMark Vantage by price

Longer bars indicate better value

PCMark 05

AMD Llano vs Intel Sandy Bridge PCMark 05

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PCMark 05 per pound

AMD Llano vs Intel Sandy Bridge PCMark 05 by price

Longer bars indicate better value

On a price:performance basis, Sandy Bridge has the edge, but only by a nose.

The tables were turned in the graphics benchmarks, which come out in favour of AMD.

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