Content Creation and Business Winstone 2001
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I couldn’t have done these scores any better if I had tried! They are so close you can’t possibly determine a winner. Even though the KT266A board is slightly ahead, making a decision based on a difference of 0.1% would be ridiculous.
This is one of the few times that we see a difference worth mentioning. Though only about 4% faster, the KT266A chipset can take at least one benchmarking with perhaps a difference that can be noticed to a user. The fact that the KT266A board takes both the Winstone tests, even though by so little, is a credit to its side.