SPECviewperf, Cachemen and ScienceMark
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I wouldn’t have thought these numbers could keep getting so close. There is pretty much nil difference here, with just some slight edge to the KT133E board on the Medical-based CAD test.
We see the KT133E’s enhanced memory performance coming out again. Though even with the numbers difference that we can see, you are only seeing a 1-2% gain in memory speed, on both read and write.
Still a relatively new test, and quite complex, the KD266 is able to work its way to the line faster than the KT133E board. The numbers are close enough for this test to really have little effect on a purchasing decision however. (As is the case for the majority of benchmarks in the review.)