3D Mark 2001 and SiSoft Sandra

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Abit KR7A-133R KT266A Motherboard Review - Motherboards  1

Abit KR7A-133R KT266A Motherboard Review - Motherboards  2

On the original 3D Mark 2001, we see the KT333 board still out ahead by a fair amount and the two KT266A boards are neck and neck. I only had results for the KT333 and 133R board for the SE version of 3D Mark 2001 and we are still seeing a 3.5% lead for the DDR333.

Abit KR7A-133R KT266A Motherboard Review - Motherboards  3

Abit KR7A-133R KT266A Motherboard Review - Motherboards  4

Both of the results here are showing an interesting comparison between the KT266A board and the KT333 MSI motherboard. The KT333 board is able to get a slight lead on the memory bandwidth, but because the DDR333 has had to be scaled back to CAS 2.5 in order to maintain stability, the gains are not at what the numbers we were promised. This is a bit of a disappointment on the KT333 board side, but helps the KR7A-133R!

Abit KR7A-133R KT266A Motherboard Review - Motherboards  5

Abit KR7A-133R KT266A Motherboard Review - Motherboards  6

This one is easy. Clear and simple – a tie across all competitors. 🙂

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