Aside form desktop/notebook issue, is it really pm benchmark? Comparing powersaving capabilities of drivers in 3D gaming scenario is such an odd case. When you run games you want performance first.. It's nice to see it can save some watts under heavy load, but what does it say about impovement in power saving? It won't tell you if dpm does better job than "low" porfile from old code when system is idle (both watts/h and temps). How much it's better (performace/watts/h, temp) in 2d/video compared to profles and old dynpm.
That would be somethin closer to the cases when user wants to save power.