Quake III: Arena
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The pure memory power of the KT266A chipset comes through with finesse in the first Quake III test. Almost a full 25% faster than the AMD-760 motherboard, the 8KHA+ simply stomps on the competition.
Moving the resolution up higher lowers the difference between the two motherboards, but 11% is a very credible and noticeable change. Epox’s board is quickly leading the pack in terms of benchmarks. The 32-bit results differ by only a little over 5% that is reaching the border line on noticeable speed increases.
The KT266A Epox 8KHA+ board comes out just barely ahead in the highest resolution tests, but for all practical purposes these results are the same.