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3850 PCI-E VS. 3850 AGP

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  • Graphics Cards
  • PCI Express
  • Southbridge
  • Graphics
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July 20, 2008 3:31:53 AM

Since Toms Hardware hasn't published the second part of the article on the 939Dual-SATA2 AGP VS. PCI-E with the dual core CPU, I decide to do it myself.
Not only did I run the tests on the 939Dual-SATA2 with the 3850 PCI-E and the 3850 AGP, I also ran the tests on an Asrock AliveDual-eSATA2 which is the AM2 version of the 939Dual-SATA2 except for having a nforce3 southbridge instead of a ULi M1567 southbridge.
And also, I ran the test with Windows XP instead of the resource hog named VISTA.
To view the benchmarks, Please visit the following website:

http://www.kyol.net/~harrycat/3850.html

Please note: I will not run benchmarks on the game Crysis because I refuse to pay for a game or download a game that I can't stand.


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July 20, 2008 8:48:01 AM

i was also waiting for toms' second part

btw great artilce and nice Conclusion
July 22, 2008 1:01:55 AM

Thanks for the complement.
I usually get hounded when I mention the word "AGP", but I'm a little surprised no one said a negative word about it.

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