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Asus P4G8X Deluxe with E7205 in the test: Dual-Channel DDR-SDRAM for Pentium 4

Asus P4G8X Deluxe with E7205 in the test: Dual-Channel DDR-SDRAM for Pentium 4

Vulpine GLMark

  • Along with Quake3Arena, the GLMark from Vulpine is the second OpenGL application in our benchmark course. We benchmark here once in the graphically complex resolution 1024x768 under 32Bit and once in 640x480 under 16Bit, in order to shift the main load on the components memory and CPU.
  • Further information: GLMark.de
  • Download: ComputerBase.de
Vulpine GLMark v1.1
  • 640x480x16 - low:
    • Asus P4T533 - i850E
      339,8
    • Asus P4G8X - E7205
      324,5
    • Asus P4PE - i845PE
      317.9
  • 1024x768x32 -high:
    • Asus P4T533 - i850E
      129.2
    • Asus P4G8X - E7205
      128.7
    • Asus P4PE - i845PE
      126.0

Even the GLMark from Vulpine does not want to see the E7205 at the very front and only gives it second place. Here, too, the i850E with PC1066 can be placed in front of the P4G8X with E7205 and P4PE with i845PE. The E7205 seems to be positioned exactly between these two chipsets, at least in view of the previous tests. If it stayed that way, it would be the fastest DDR-SDRAM chipset, but unfortunately not the fastest Pentium4 chipset. The i850E seems to continue to receive this honor.

3D Mark 2001 SE

  • The 3DMark 2001SE is without question the most popular program for evaluating a 'gamer PC'. In a series of synthetic, but very practical individual tests (partly based on the Max Payne Engine), everything is demanded of the graphics card in particular. In addition to the graphics card, the focus here is on the CPU and memory and their smooth cooperation. However, the benchmark has come under more and more criticism in the last few months because it was able to prove partial measurements in favor of nVidia or other manipulations in favor of a manufacturer.
  • Further information: MadOnion.com
  • Download: ComputerBase.de
3DMark 2001 SE
Unit: points
  • Default:
    • Asus P4T533 - i850E
      14.234
    • Asus P4G8X - E7205
      13,980
    • Asus P4PE - i845PE
      13,765
  • 640x480x16:
    • Asus P4T533 -i850E
      17,450
    • Asus P4G8X - E7205
      17.200
    • Asus P4PE - i845PE
      16.546

Not quite as clear as in the other benchmarks, but the P4T533 is also faster in 3DMark2001 SE than the P4G8X with E7205. Here the P4G8X can differentiate itself a little more clearly from the P4PE with DDR333.

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