Asus A7N266-C in the test: The nForce 415-D now also without graphics

Asus A7N266-C in the test: The nForce 415-D now also without graphics

3D Mark 2000

Even if quite old, suppose The 3D Mark 2000 from continues to be a very meaningful benchmark for mainboards. Since the tests used do not represent a real hurdle for the GeForce2 Ultra in the default run, the CPU, RAM and chipset can really let off steam. The test run in 640x480 goes one better.

3DMark 2000

The results did not turn out exactly as we had expected. Apparently the board and CPU are able to let the graphics card run at their limits again and the differences are therefore rather small in both disciplines. However, this time it is not the KT266A but the nForce that is ahead with a wafer-thin 0.4-0.1%. Certainly to be neglected.

CPU Mark

A popular component of the 3D Mark 2000 is the CPU Mark.In this discipline, the processor has to calculate two game scenes without much help from the graphics card. The performance of the mainboard and memory plays an exceptionally large role here.

3DMark 2000 CPU mark

With a new peak value of 651 CPUMarks, the A7N266-C also takes the lead here. However, the 8KHA + is only six points behind.

3D Mark 2001

If there is currently a benchmark that repeatedly has to represent the performance of your own computer as the showcase program, then it is this is 3DMark 2001. Certainly one of the main reasons why it can still be found in our benchmark course.

3DMark 2001

Not only the year has changed, but also the results. The 8KHA + can once again take the lead with a lead of almost 1.5%.

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