The score was 16,334 like their screenshot shows. If you remember the article I did on PC Mark Vantage - http://www.legitreviews.com/article/703/1/ I was able to reach a CPU Score of 12,413 on the Intel Core 2 Quad Q9300 at stock speeds of 2.5GHz. That is a 32% performance difference, but keep in mind Nehalem is 160MHz (6.4%) faster and our test system was using an AGEIA PhysX card. Without the PhysX card our CPU score was 10173, so that would make Nehalem 6,161 points faster or 60.5% faster... It depends on if they were running a PhysX card or a GPU with PhysX!Another interesting hunt over at Computex is definitely the Intel Nehalem and we managed to get our hands on a 2.66GHz Bloomfield running on a X58 Tylersburg board. Its 3DMark Vantage CPU score is pretty remarkable at 16334 which is about 45% faster than a similarly clocked Yorkfield.
Either way you do the math -- Nehalem is looking impressive!