SPECviewperf, Cachemem and ScienceMark
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All of the scores here are very, very close. Notice the Light-04 test shows the K7S5A as the leader, but the Medical MCAD tests show it just barely getting last, edged out both competitors. These numbers are very close and may not be a determining factor is board selection. Obvious from my previous 1.0 GHz Duron review that the processor is very important in these tests.
Showing very similar results as the SiSoft memory test did, the SiS 735 based ECS K7S5A is right up there in memory score. In fact, takes second place away from VIA and the KT266 chipset in writing speed.
The Sis 735 is able to out perform the AMD 760 chipset in this test, but fall behind the only test the KT266 was able to claim an all out victory. Good scores from all three boards, though, and this shows the power of the AMD line of products.