This content was originally featured on Amdmb.com and has been converted to PC Perspective’s website. Some color changes and flaws may appear.First, I apologize, but for some reason, results from the nForce2 Ti 4400 (2700+) setup would not complete. Every other test ran perfectly on the system, though.
These two graphs show the results separated by processor speed for ease of reading. You can see that the increases in going from the 2600+ to the 2700+ processor on the nForce2 board are much better than when on the KT400 motherboard.
For example, on the Ugs-01 test, the difference between the 2600+ and 2700+ processors on the nForce2 platform is 22%, but on the KT400 is only 5%. On a couple of the tests, the KT400 actually is slower using the 2700+ processor.