3D Mark 2001 and SiSoft Sandra
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It is interesting to see here that in the 16-bit color mode, there is nearly no difference seen between the two processors. With the 32-bit modes differing by 2.5%, I can’t see why the 16-bit resolution didn’t beat or at least mimic these results. But, with the frequency difference of only 70 MHz, you can’t expect too much difference in this gaming test.
I was pleasantly surprised by the increase in ALU memory speed here over the 1800+ processor. Over a 4% in memory performance gain from a frequency change is quite remarkable. The FPU memory results were not as successful, differing by only a percent or two.
As expected here, the CPU performance numbers scale to just below 5% better with the 1900+ processor than with the 1800+. This benchmark scales well with the Athlon XP processors.