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Asus P4B266-E and P4S333 in the test: Intel 850 versus Intel 845 and SiS 645

Asus P4B266-E and P4S333 in the test: Intel 850 versus Intel 845 and SiS 645

3DMark 2001 SE

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

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The P4S333 misses theTop position again and even has to admit defeat to the P4B266-E again. In 640x480 the P4B266-E can place itself in front of the MD850D and the P4S333 has to be content with the third and last place as in the default run. Surely not only we would have expected more from the SiS645 in conjunction with DDR333.

Unreal Tournament

At first glance, the first-person shooter from Epic seems to be a bit old Technology has long ceased to be a contemporary benchmark candidate. With the so-called 'UT Bench', a recording of a multiplayer match against a number of bots, 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. A very clear picture delivers the mainboard performance.

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On the next page: Conclusion

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