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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

3DMark 2001

If there is currently a benchmark, which has to represent the performance of one's own computer again and again as the showcase program, then is this is 3DMark 2001. Certainly one of the main reasons why it can still be found in our benchmark course. Since the 'SE' version ultimately only contains innovations for Kyro2 and GeForce4 cards, we will not use them for the time being and rather rely on our old reference values.

InnoBD BD-7300D with KT266A benchmarks

Again it is not enough for the InnoBD to climb to first place. But since 3DMark 2001 also makes extreme demands on the graphics card, the differences here are negligible.

Unreal Tournament

At first glance, the first-person shooter from Epic seems to be already technology that is somewhat out of date has long since ceased to be a contemporary benchmark candidate. With the so-called 'UT Bench', a recording of a multiplayer matchagainst a number of bots, however, a hurdle that can hardly be surpassed was created for the CPU and thus also the board and memory, which provides a very clear picture of the mainboard performance, relatively independent of graphics card and Co.

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

A little surprise at the end of the benchmark course. The BD-7300D makes it to the top of the competition for the first time in 640x480 and 800x600. In 1024x768 and 1600x1200, the 8KHA + and A7N266-C pass again. So in the end the result that had already become apparent in the course of the tests.

On the next page: Conclusion BD-7300D

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