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QDI KinetiZ 7T in the test: Socket A mainboard with VIA KT-133

QDI KinetiZ 7T in the test: Socket A mainboard with VIA KT-133

PerformanceTest

Performance test
  • Read Uncached:
    • QDI
      70,3
    • Biostar
      67,4
  • Read Cached:
    • Biostar
      82,1
    • QDI
      82,0
  • Allocate Small Block:
    • Biostar
      196,6
    • QDI
      195,4

The memory benchmark from PerformanceTest looks a bit different. Both boards perform equally in this benchmark. The only difference, with the 'Read uncached', is hardly noticeable in daily use.

Conclusion

With the KinetiZ 7T, QDI delivers a very good board for this price. The performance is right, everything you need is included in the package, the documentation is first class, the equipment is very good. For the ambitious overclocker, however, it is not the right thing. The board is aimed more at users with a somewhat narrower budget, but it is not only second choice for normal computers. For a price of around 300 DM an excellent board. Well done, QDI.

QDIKinetiZ 7T
  • Inexpensive
  • good features
  • good support
  • board layout
  • very stable
  • performance
  • overclocking capabilities
  • jumper settings

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