Well the Intel GMA 500 is an SGX 535, which is a faster version of the Pandora's SGX, the 530.
And here is the benchmark for the GMA 500 when matched with an x86 atom.
The process seems very large. Using 13 Micron with the chip test. Whereas the SGX 530 in the Pandora is 65nm. However, it probably only gives us lower power consumption.
However, we might have faster ram then what was tested on these Benches.
However, I don't think looking at these benches is fair. I mean, we've already seen Quake 3 running at 800x480 with medium settings running quite nicely. So we have to be able to get at least, comparatively, 6000-7000 points in 3D Mark 2001.
The test didn't run on this page. Honestly, The hardware is nice for how much power is being used. Also it's a very deep feature set, so honestly unless a team of people can get coordinated to create something specifically for this chipset, I don't think we will see exactly what she can do.
Edited by Phawx, 31 August 2009 - 10:07 PM.