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Asus A7A266-E in the test: The 3rd generation of the ALi MAGiK 1

Asus A7A266-E in the test: The 3rd generation of the ALi MAGiK 1

Quake3Arena

In order to dispel any doubts about the Pack concept, the A7A266-E in Quake3Arena should now prove what is really in stuck to him. In doing so, we again rely on the wide range from the rather undemanding, low to high resolution, each in the graphics card relieving 'Normal Config'.

Asus A7A266-E benchmarks

And lo and behold. The tendency indicated in WinACE actually seemed to be true. Although the gap to the KT266A, the king of performance, is still 4-8 frames in the low resolution, the rest of the competition doesn't have much to complain about against the ALi MAGiK 1 C1 stepping. Even the SiS735, the best 'non-VIA chipset' in this discipline so far, has to admit defeat with six to eight frames. As always, the highest level of resolution is out of the ordinary. The filling rate limited Inno3D GeForce2 Ultra slows down the entire competition. However, KT266A and lo and behold, also the ALi MAGiK 1, get one more frame out of the systemfetch.

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