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Mad Onion's 3D Mark 2000
6474

 

In my review of the Absolute Multimedia GeForce2 GTS it became apparent that the CPU was actually the limiting factor in obtaining a high 3D Mark score. What stands out even more from this benchmark is that the Azza KT133BX board with this same Duron 800 only scored 6292.While 3D Mark is a good benchmark for comparing your system performance to another's, it simply doesn't show all the performance capable from a configuration like a game benchmark can. You can download 3D Mark 2000 here.

Quake 3 Arena

640 x 480
800 x 600
1280 x 1024
Fastest
106.3
104.1
101.4
Normal
99.7
97.8
95.3
High Quality
97.9
96.8
62.4

 

Here, the resolutions are all separated. You can figure out where your gaming preferences fall. For comparison the Azza/Duron combo was within 3 to 5 FPS in almost every resolution - but it got beat everywhere. This has to be attributable to the superior memory performance of the AOpen AK33. Check out those numbers though - we are within a few frames of 100 FPS in every resolution except in High Quality 1280 x 1024. That's a lot of performance from a CPU that is sold by AMD as their "budget" chip.

 





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