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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

Unreal Tournament - U TBench

At first glance, the first-person shooter from Epic doesn't seem to be a contemporary benchmark candidate for a long time due to its somewhat outdated technology. With the so-called 'UT Bench', a recording of a multiplayer match against a number of bots, however, a hurdle that can hardly be surpassed was created for the CPU and thus also the board and memory, which is relatively independent of graphics card and co that delivers motherboard performance. New in this review: We have increased the maximum resolution to 1600x1200.

Unreal Tournament

As if the pecking order finally had to be adjusted at the end of this review, the 8KHA + is in front of the A7N266-C one last time. With a constant almost 2%, the differences are relatively clear.

At this point it should certainly be noticedthe early stage of the Asus BIOS should be noted. It would certainly not be the first time that an updated version has resulted in a performance gain that should not be underestimated. The leap in performance of the A7A266-E in our Review is certainly a prime example.

On the next page: Conclusion A7N266-C