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InnoDB BD-7300 D in the test: Market entry with VIA KT266A

InnoDB BD-7300 D in the test: Market entry with VIA KT266A

Quake3Arena

Quake3Arena and games based on this engine are allowed can rightly be counted among the most memory-intensive games. A possible deficit in the memory management of the BD-7300D should be particularly noticeable here.

InnoBD BD-7300D with KT266A benchmarks
InnoBD BD- 7300D with KT266A benchmarks
InnoBD BD-7300D with KT266A Benchmarks
InnoBD BD-7300D with KT266A benchmarks

And as I said before, the InnoBD7300 is particularly lagging behind. With 5% in 640x480 and 4.6% in 800x600, the 8KHA + has to be clear about itgive up. But even the A7N266-C didn't stand a chance against the EPoX competition in this measurement at the time. In the higher resolutions, the graphics card tends to become the system brake, so that the differences shrink. Quake seems to be proving that the fastest possible settings of the BD-7300D do not seem to come close to the hard timings of the 8KHA +.

GLMark v1.1

The second OpenGL hurdle continues to form the GLMark from Vulpine. Both boards had to measure each other again in a graphically demanding as well as in an extremely slimmed-down config.

InnoBD BD-7300D with KT266A benchmarks
InnoBD BD-7300D with KT266A benchmarks

While the 8KHA + takes the lead again in 640x480 and Asus and InnoBD can only watch with 2.5% lag, the graphics card-intensive resolution shrinks to 1024x768 the distances down to a minimum.

On the next page: 3DMark 2000

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