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Both the 2001 and 2002 versions show the ECS K7S6A motherboard pulling in last here, by about 25% in 2001 and 15% in 2002. When taking the KT333 out of the picture, the ECS board does much better, only falling behind by 6-8% on the two tests.
A much better showing here for the ECS K7S6A motherboard, the KT333 chipset only leads by 2% here and the SiS 745 chipset is able to pull about 5-6% ahead of the KT266A and nForce solutions.