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Asus P4T533-C and Intel D850EMV2 in the test: The new i850E with 533MHz FSB

Asus P4T533-C and Intel D850EMV2 in the test: The new i850E with 533MHz FSB

3DMark 2000

W hen it is already quite old, the 3D Mark 2000 from MadOnion.com continues to be a very meaningful benchmark for mainboards. Since the tests used do not represent a real hurdle for the GeForce3 Ti200 in the default run, the CPU, RAM can become and chipset really let off steam.

3DMark 2000
Unit: points
  • Default:
    • P4T533-C - PC1066
      10.006
    • D850EMV2 - PC1066
      9.977
    • P4T533-C - PC800
      9,869
    • D850EMV2 - PC800
      9,854
  • 640x480x16:
    • P4T533-C - PC1066
      13.111
    • D850EMV2 - PC1066
      12.968
    • P4T533-C -PC800
      12,556
    • D850EMV2 - PC800
      12.487

Once again it can be seen that PC1066 Rambus makes a notable difference, especially in low resolutions. The graphics card already acts as a brake in the default run and the system can no longer benefit from the optimal ratio between CPU and RAM, which both allow 4.2 GByte/s data transfer.

CPU Mark

A popular component of 3DMark 2000 is the CPU Mark. In this discipline, the processor has to calculate two game scenes without much help from the graphics card. Only the T&L unit is important. Since the GeForce3 Ti200 was used in each of our tests, this is also irrelevant. The performance of the mainboard and memory is all the more important.

CPU Mark
Unit: Points
    • P4T533-C - PC1066
      672
    • D850EMV2 - PC1066
      670
    • P4T533-C - PC800
      653
    • D850EMV2 - PC800
      650

The Asus P4T533-C can elicit a bit more performance from the Pentium4 2.4 with 533MHz FSB . However, one must not forget that the Asus board runs at 2405.54MHz, whereas the Intel D850EMV2 only runs at 2386.56MHz.

On the next page: 3DMark 2001 SE

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