3D Mark 2001 and SiSoft Sandra
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Another gaming test showing how the AGP port performs (based on all kinds of different factors) on the KT266A and MPX chipsets. Obviously the Abit KR7A board has a big advantage.
While the advent of the KT266A and KT333 chipsets have helped the single processor boards out perform the multi-channel systems with the AMD 760 MPX chipset, all three are performing fairly close to each other.
This is the first benchmark where we can really see the power of two processors at work. The MSI K7D Master board leads in the integer math test (ALU) by 28% and in the floating-point test (FPU) by more than 91% over the Abit board. This is also the first time that the MSI has distanced itself from the Tyan dual-processor motherboard.