Content Creation and Business Winstone 2001
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Both of the KT266 motherboard fall 7-8% behind the AMD 760 chipset board. The difference in the KT266 is falling about 4 points behind in the benchmark. This benchmark shows how programs like Adobe’s Photoshop and Premier will work on a PC configuration.
The three DDR-based motherboards here nearly tie, but all of them knock the KT133A chipset out of the water by around 20%. Based on tests using Microsoft Word, Excel and other similar programs, the Business Winstone demonstrates a lot users average, daily use.