Quake III: Arena
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The K7T266 Pro motherboard takes a lead here over the its main competition the Epox KT266 motherboard. The Epox 8K7A based on the AMD 760 chipset is still the winner, but not by much.
All three motherboards here are within 2% of each other, which is hardly noticeable while fragging your friends at a LAN party. The KT266 chipset support has definetly matured.
The two KT266 boards tie each other and are just above the AMD 760 results. Of course, the video card is the main influence here, as is proven by the KT133A chipset board still hanging in there.