Pentium 4 560 [in 1 benchmark]
Intel
Pentium 4 560
Buy
 Interface
 Core clock speed
 Max video memory
 Memory type
 Memory clock speed
 Maximum resolution
Summary
This is Prescott architecture desktop processor primarily aimed at office systems. It has 1 core and 1 thread, and is based on 90 manufacturing technology, with a maximum frequency of 3600 MHz and a locked multiplier.
Compatibilitywise, this is processor with a TDP of 88 Watt.
It provides poor benchmark performance at
5.92%
of a leader’s which is AMD EPYC 7h22.
Pentium 4
560
vs
EPYC
7h22
General info
Pentium 4 560 processor market type (desktop or notebook), architecture, sales start time and pricing.
Place in performance rating  1135  
Value for money  1.97  
Market segment  Desktop processor  
Series  Pentium 4  
Architecture codename  Prescott (2001−2005)  
Release date  no data  
Current price  $14.29  of 25332 (Xeon Platinum 8276L) 
Value for money
To get the index we compare the characteristics of the processors and their cost, taking into account the cost of other processors.
 0
 50
 100
Technical specs
Basic microprocessor parameters such as number of cores, number of threads, base frequency and turbo boost clock, lithography, cache size and multiplier lock state. These parameters can generally indicate CPU performance, but to be more precise you have to review its test results.
Physical cores  1 (SingleCore)  
Threads  1  
Boost clock speed  3.6 GHz  of 5.8 (Core i913900K) 
Bus support  800 MHz  
Chip lithography  90 nm  of 5 (Apple M1) 
64 bit support  +  
Windows 11 compatibility  —  
Unlocked multiplier  — 
Compatibility
Information on Pentium 4 560 compatibility with other computer components and devices: motherboard (look for socket type), power supply unit (look for power consumption) etc. Useful when planning a future computer configuration or upgrading an existing one.
Note that power consumption of some processors can well exceed their nominal TDP, even without overclocking. Some can even double their declared thermals given that the motherboard allows to tune the CPU power parameters.
Thermal design power (TDP)  88 Watt  of 400 (Xeon Platinum 9282) 
Benchmark performance
Singlecore and multicore benchmark results of Pentium 4 560. Overall benchmark performance is measured in points in 0100 range, higher is better.
Overall score
This is our combined benchmark performance rating. We are regularly improving our combining algorithms, but if you find some perceived inconsistencies, feel free to speak up in comments section, we usually fix problems quickly.
Pentium 4 560
5.92
Relative perfomance
Overall Pentium 4 560 performance compared to nearest competitors among desktop CPUs.
AMD Ryzen 3 PRO 2200GE
100.68
AMD FX9370
100.51
Intel Core i75700HQ
100.34
Intel Pentium 4 560
100
AMD FX8350
99.49
Intel Core i57600T
99.32
Intel Pentium Gold G7400T
98.65
AMD equivalent
We believe that the nearest equivalent to Pentium 4 560 by AMD is FX8350, which is slower by 1% and lower by 5 positions in our rating.
FX
8350
Compare
Here are some closest AMD rivals to Pentium 4 560:
AMD Ryzen 3 2200GE
101. 01
AMD Ryzen 3 PRO 2200GE
100.68
AMD FX9370
100.51
Intel Pentium 4 560
100
AMD FX8350
99.49
AMD Phenom II X6 1100T BE
96.28
AMD FX8320
90.54
Similar processors
Here is our recommendation of several processors that are more or less close in performance to the one reviewed.
Pentium 4
660
Compare
Pentium 4
P4 3.0
Compare
Athlon 64
X2 FX60
Compare
Best GPUs for Pentium 4 560
These graphics cards are most commonly used with Pentium 4 560 according to our statistics, based on user selfreported PC configurations.
Radeon
9600
14.3%
GeForce GT
1030
14.3%
HD
Graphics 4000
14.3%
UHD
Graphics G7 (Lakefield GT2 64 EU)
14.3%
Radeon X300
SE
14.3%
GeForce GT
720M
14.3%
HD
Graphics 610
14.3%
These are the fastest GPUs paired with Pentium 4 560 in our user configurations.
There is a total of 7 configurations based on Pentium 4 560 in our database.
GeForce GT
1030
14.3% (1/7)
UHD
Graphics G7 (Lakefield GT2 64 EU)
14.3% (1/7)
HD
Graphics 610
14.3% (1/7)
GeForce GT
720M
14.3% (1/7)
HD
Graphics 4000
14.3% (1/7)
User rating
Here is the rating given to the reviewed processor by our users. Let others know your opinion by rating it yourself.
Questions and comments
Here you can ask a question about Pentium 4 560, agree or disagree with our judgements, or report an error or mismatch.
Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus.
Intel Pentium 4 560 (3.6 GHz LGA775) Processor
Bjorn3D.com Reviewer
September 15, 2004
Hardware, Reviews & Articles
Leave a comment
Earlier this month, we took a look at the Intel Pentium 4 550 (3.4GHz) processor, and this time we have the 560 (3.6GHz) up on the test bench to gauge its performance. Check out this quick look at the current fastest Intel desktop processor (nonEE that is).
Introduction
When Intel first introduced the new Socket T (LGA 775) processors and motherboards, I was really intrigued by the pinless processor. Never mind the general heat issues with Prescott CPUs and apparent disappointing performance of the new chipsets, I wanted to check out one of these new processors. Maybe I’m just easily entertained or just love a fundamental change, but I was eager to get my hands on the 560 processor that was heading my way.
In case you don’t know what I’m referring to, I’ll explain. The new Intel LGA 775 processors do not have pins like your typical Intel or AMD processor of the past. The pins are located in the socket on the motherboard, which, as you may have already heard, is a source of concern for many mainboard manufacturers. Let’s have a look at the bottom of the new processors.
Earlier this month, Chad took a look at Intel’s newest 3.4GHz offering — the P4 550. Now, I have the pleasure to bring you a comparison between that processor and its slightly faster brother, the 560, which runs at 3.6GHz. Thanks to a recent price drop from Intel, both of these processors have become much more affordable. Now, let’s take a look at the specs and features of the chip and then cover its performance compared to the 550 and an Athlon 64 3400+. For a little more info about the LGA 775 package, check out this page, and for more info on how these new processors are installed and what the stock HSF is like, check out this page.
FIND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE Intel P4 560 AT PRICEGRABBER 
Specifications & Features
All of the specifications (except clock speed, of course) and features listed below are shared by all of Intel’s Pentium 4 LGA775 Prescott processors. One thing to keep in mind is that there are Prescott processors based on Intel’s previous package technology (FCPGA4) available as well as the new PCLGA4. If you want to get a motherboard/CPU combo that you will be able to upgrade beyond 4 GHz, you should probably look for an LGA775 (Socket T) solution.
Specifications:
Processor Number  560 
Process Technology  90 nanometer 
Clock Speed  3.6 GHz 
Front Side Bus Speed  800 MHz 
L1 Data Cache  16 KB 
L2 Cache  1 MB 
Package  FCLGA4 (FlipChip Land Grid Array) 
Socket Type  LGA775 
Pin Count  775land (pins are actually in the socket) 
MinMax Voltage  1.251.40 
Supported Chipsets  Intel 925X and 915 
Supported Memory Types  DDR2 400, DDR 400/333 
Features:
 Supports HyperThreading Technology
 L1 data cache size of 16 KB (twice that of Northwood)
 L2 cache size of 1 MB (twice that of Northwood)
 31stage pipeline (11 more stages than Northwood) – this actually can be a detriment to performance, but Intel did this so that they could ramp up the clock speed well beyond 4 GHz
 Improved branch prediction (helps the new, deeper pipeline’s performance)
 Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 (SSE3) Instructions
FIND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE Intel P4 560 AT PRICEGRABBER 
Performance – Test Systems and PCMark04
In addition to comparing the 560 to the 550, I will compare it to the fastest AMD processor I have on hand, which is the Athlon 64 3400+. Unfortunately though, I only have an older nForce3150 motherboard, so the 3400+ doesn’t quite show its full strength on my AMD test bed. The Intel system does use some newer technology, such as PCIExpress and DDR2, that are not available on AMDbased boards yet, so keep that in mind. While the systems are obviously not as close to being the same as we’d like them to be, they are similar enough to make a valid comparison.
Intel System Configuration

AMD System Configuration:

The performance of the test systems will be measured with the following benchmarks: SiSoftware Sandra 2004 SP2b, Futuremark PCMark04, BapCo SYSmark2004, AquaMark3 and Futuremark 3DMark03. Since the BFG 6800 GT OC’s core clock is overclocked to 370MHz, I overclocked the NVIDIA PCX 6800 GT to 370MHz as well before running the game benchmarks.
PCMark04 (1.2.0)
Since the 560 is 200MHz faster than the 550, which is almost a 6% difference, we can logically expect it to outperform the 550 by somewhere around 56% in most benchmarks. With that said, there’s nothing surprising about the PCMark04 results.
FIND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE Intel P4 560 AT PRICEGRABBER 
Performance – Sandra 2004 (SP2b)
As expected, the 560 offers a slight performance improvement over the 550 (recall that the 560 is a 3. 6GHz processor, and the 550 is 3.4GHz). The 560 is the top performer out of all three processors for all of the Sandra benchmarks. I feel the need to reiterate, though, that the Athlon 64 3400+ is held back at least a little bit by the test system motherboard. Nonetheless, the P4 systems will always blow away the Athlon 64 (nonFX’s of course) because of the motherboard’s dual channel memory versus the single channel that the Athlon 64 is limited to.
FIND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE Intel P4 560 AT PRICEGRABBER 
Performance – SYSmark 2004 (Patch 2)
I could not get SysMark to finish on the Athlon 64 test system. I tried several different installations and tried running the test about 10 times and never had any success getting it to finish without errors. Therefore, I’m only able to include the P4 test system scores.
Once again, there are no surprises with these results. The 560 offers a nice little boost in performance over the 550.
FIND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE Intel P4 560 AT PRICEGRABBER 
Performance – AquaMark3 and 3DMark03
For a quick graphics comparison, I ran AquaMark3 and 3DMark03. Recall that I overclocked the Intel test system’s 6800 GT to match the default overclock of the BFG 6800 GT OC in the AMD system. Also, I was limited to a maximum resolution of 1280×1024 due to the 17″ LCD that I was using for testing.
Normally, I would run these tests at only lower resolutions and with AA (antialiasing) and AF (anisotropic filtering) disabled since this type of article isn’t intended to showcase the graphic cards’ horsepower. However, I opted to run the benchmarks at higher settings since both of these systems offer a lot of gaming power. My goal was to give you a glimpse of how these two opposing camps compete on gaming grounds.
AquaMark3
In AquaMark3, the 560 loses a little ground to the Athlon 64 3400+, which is not really surprising considering the excellent reputation the Athlon 64 has acquired as a gaming platform.
3DMark03 (340)
The 560 does a better job of matching power with the 3400+ in 3DMark03, but the 560 wouldn’t be able to compete with an Athlon 64 at 3600+ speeds. Nonetheless, we can see that the 560 matched with a good motherboard and topnotch video card can produce very respectable gaming performance.
FIND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE Intel P4 560 AT PRICEGRABBER 
Conclusion
As Intel’s top desktop processor, the 3. 6GHz P4 560 carries a hefty price tag of over $400, which is probably hard to swallow for most of you reading this. While many of us haven’t ever and probably wouldn’t ever spend even more than $200 for a processor, there are people out there who this processor (and any top processor for that matter) is made for. If you want the absolute fastest Intel has to offer right now outside of the Xeon and Extreme Edition families, then this is it. On the other hand, there is always the waiting game. The 560 and other Intel chips actually dropped considerably in price several weeks ago, so if you want this processor, just wait a couple months and see how much lower it drops as Intel releases even faster CPUs.
The place I see the 560 being most prevalent is in business machines. For example, I’m considering an upgrade at work, and we typically buy Dell in my office. I would definitely spend the extra bucks on a 560 since it’s the fastest processor Dell offers right now (besides the costly Xeons and EEs). For sheer power of number crunching, programming/compiling, rendering and content creating, the 560 is definitely an excellent choice.
FIND THE BEST PRICES FOR THE Intel P4 560 AT PRICEGRABBER 
Previous Albatron PX915P Pro
Next Samsung ML2250 Laser Printer
Check Also
One advantage a stationary computer has over a laptop is that you can usually keep …
Valve is an interesting company that seems to try to be a lot of things at the same time. Games company, software hub/store and hardware company. Valve is all of these.
When it comes to hardware the company has had mixed success. I think many of us remember the Steam Machines. These compact computers running SteamOS, a Linux based OS, were supposed to make Windows PC’s obsolete for gaming. They didn’t succeed. Valve also released a specific controller, the Steam Controller, which also did not exactly set the world on fire.
In hindsight though both these products have paved the way for the product I am testing today, the Steam Deck, Valves attempt to compete with the Nintendo Switch in the handheld market.
Puffy color 560 rub per pack
100% micropolyester
Weight 100 gr. 9 mt.
Pack of 5 skeins (500g)
Product Compare (0)
Sort by:
DefaultBy Name (A — Z)By Name (Z — A)Price (ascending)Price (descending)Rating (desc)By Rating (Ascending)By Model (A — Z)By Model (Z — A)
Display:
15255075100
0002
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5862
..
$0. 00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5863
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
nine0004
Puffy color 5864
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5865
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5883
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
nine0004
Puffy color 5920
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5921
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5922
. .
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
nine0004
Puffy color 5923
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5924
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5925
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
nine0004
Puffy color 5926
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5937
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
Puffy color 5938
..
$0.00 Without tax: 0.00 rub.
nine0004
Displaying 1 to 15 of 52 (total 4 pages)
GDZ Mathematics Grade 4 textbook Moro, Bantova Part 2
Authors: M. I. Moro, M.A. Bantova.
Number 10.
Explain how you can find out:
1) one of the two factors, if the product and the other factor are known;
2) the dividend, if the divisor and the quotient are known;
3) a divisor, if the dividend and quotient are known. nine0004
Answer:
1) If the product and another factor are known, then to find another factor, you need to divide the product by another factor.
x ∙ a = m
x = m : a
2) If the divisor and the quotient are known, then to find the dividend, you need to multiply the divisor by the quotient.
x : a = m
x = a ∙ m
3) If the dividend and quotient are known, then to find the divisor, you need to divide the dividend by the quotient.
a : x = m
x = a : m
nine0004
Number 11.
Fill in the tables.
Answer:
1 multiplier ∙ 2 multiplier = product
1 multiplier = product : 2 multiplier
2 multiplier = product : 1 multiplier
23 ∙ 4 = 92, you need to find the product, knowing the factors.
114: 6 = 19, you need to find the factor, knowing the product and another factor.
72 : 18 = 4, you need to find the factor, knowing the product and another factor.
Divisible: divisor = quotient
Divisible = divisor ∙ quotient
Divisor = dividend: quotient
nine2 : 2 = 46, you need to find the quotient, knowing the dividend and the divisor.
8 ∙ 21 = 168, you need to find the dividend, knowing the divisor and the quotient.
100: 4 = 25, you need to find the divisor, knowing the dividend and quotient.
Number 12.
Solve the following equations.
Answer:
x ∙ 19 = 76
x — unknown multiplier
To find the unknown factor, you need to divide the product by the known factor.
x = 76 : 19
x = 4
Answer: 4.
nine0003
32 x = 128
x — unknown multiplier
To find the unknown factor, you need to divide the product by the known factor.
x = 128: 32
x = 4
Answer: 4.
560 : x = 8
x — unknown divisor
To find an unknown divisor, you need to divide the dividend by the quotient.
x = 560: 8
x = 70
Answer: 70.
x: 14 = 6
x — unknown dividend
To find the unknown dividend, you need to multiply the divisor by the quotient.
x = 6 ∙ 14
x = 84
Answer: 84.
nine0004
Number 13.
Explain what the marginal entries mean and solve the equations.
Answer:
0 x = 0
When you multiply zero by any number, you get zero.
b ∙ 0 = 0
If any number is multiplied by zero, then zero is obtained.
0 : s = 0
Dividing zero by any number results in zero.
x ∙ 57 = 0
We see that multiplying x by 57 results in zero. This is possible when zero is multiplied by any number, so x is zero.
x = 0 : 57
x = 0
Answer: 0.
nine0003
789 x = 0
We see that multiplying 789 by x results in zero. This is possible when any number is multiplied by zero, so x is zero.
x = 0 : 789
x = 0
Answer: 0.
12 : x = 12
We see that dividing 12 by x gives 12. This is possible when the number is divided by one.
x = 12 : 12
x = 1
Answer: 1.
x: 697 = 0
We see that dividing x by 697 results in zero. This is possible when dividing zero by any number.
x = 697∙0
x = 0
Answer: 0.
x ∙ 14 = 14
We see that multiplying x by 14 results in 14. This is possible when multiplying a number by one.
x = 14 : 14
x = 1
Answer: 1.
45 : x = 1
We see that when we divide 45 by x, we get 1. This is possible when dividing a number by itself.
x = 45 : 1
x = 45
Answer: 45.
Number 14.
Calculate the values of the expressions.
Answer:
278 ∙ 0 = 0
278 ∙ 1 = 278
0 : 47 = 0
94 : 1 = 94
75 ∙ 4 ∙ 0 ∙ 3 = 0
36 ∙ (63 − 63) ∙ 10 = 0
Number 15.
What properties of multiplication do you know (p. 120)? Explain why the following equalities are true:
Answer:
Multiplication properties:
1) the product does not change from a permutation of factors;
2) two neighboring factors can be replaced by their product.
nine0003
The equality 12 ∙ 35 = 35 ∙ 12 is true on the basis of the commutative property of multiplication: the product does not change from a permutation of factors.
The equality 17 ∙ 5 ∙ 2 = 17 ∙ 10 is true on the basis that two neighboring factors can be replaced by their product.
Number 16.
Show with examples how you can multiply the sum of several numbers by some number; How can you divide a sum by a number.
Answer:
(4 + 3) ∙ 2 = 4 ∙ 2 + 3 ∙ 2 = 8 + 6 = 14 or (4 + 3) ∙ 2 = 7 ∙ 2 = 14
(20 + 15) : 5 = 20 : 5 + 15 : 5 = 4 + 3 = 7 or (20 + 15) : 5 = 35 : 5 = 7
Number 17.
Do the calculations and check them.
Answer:
Number 18.
Do division with remainder and check.
Answer:
Number 19.
Lay out such a stick figure.