6. ASUS P4C800-E Deluxe Test Results
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The memory bandwidth was very good (~6.5MB/s) as both AIDA32 and Sisoft Sandra 2004 showed. PC Mark 04 also showed clearly that at higher FSB we have higher bandwidth. Let’s see whether the increased memory speeds affect 3D performance or not...
The 3D Mark 2001SE test didn’t show any affects from the overall FSB/RAM increments. The difference between 267 and 279 FSB is only 20 marks, while the CPU difference is 140 MHz. We knew that recent games were mainly affected by GPU performance and not from the CPU/Memory combination and this shows up perfectly in the UT2004 demo results. The 267/272/279 MHz FSB speeds have almost the same FPS (Frame Per Second). Buying a better SVGA card (ATI 9800XT for example) would have a big impact on games performance.