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ECS Elitegroup K7S5A in the test: The inexpensive SiS735 is good for it

ECS Elitegroup K7S5A in the test: The inexpensive SiS735 is good for it

Vulpine GL Mark

As the second representative of the OpenGL faction, we elected a white Another time the GL Mark from Vulpine. In some cases, we were able to observe a position swap in the speed charts in the past tests.

ECS Elitegroup K7S5A Benchmarks

The Vulpine GL Mark still seems to be the parade discipline of the EPoX 8K7A +. Both in the rather demanding resolution and in the 'Default Run' the board is ahead on both occasions. The K7S5A is always in the middle. The differences, however, are marginal.

3DMark 2000

Outstanding performance in SiSoft Sandra, the top position in Quake3 and only mediocre performance in the GL Mark. The 3D Mark 2000, which is generally rated very fair (if you use a graphics card from NVidia) and meaningful, should bring clarity.

ECS Elitegroup K7S5A Benchmarks

Seems with a lead of 0.1-0.5% the world is all right here again. The difference is small, but the consistency speaks for the K7S5A.

3DMark 2000 CPU Mark

Part of the 3D Mark 2000 is the so-called CPU mark, which is exclusively theoretical Determine the performance of the CPU. Of course, memory access via the chipset also plays an important role here.

ECS Elitegroup K7S5A Benchmarks

3DMark 2000 HPC

The High Polygone Count (1 Light) is another component of the 3D Mark from 2000. Its results can be directly applied to the AGP performance of the mainboard can be transferred.

ECS Elitegroup K7S5A Benchmarks

The HPC certainly shows a discipline that lifts the SiS735 to the top in the overall ranking of the 3D Mark 2000. With undisputed high results, the K7S5A once again managed to climb the podium. Always astonishing: the poor performance of the 8K7A +. The two KT266 boards are roughly the same.

On the next page: 3DMark 2001