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DirectX 7 Games: 3D Mark 2000

Athlon XP 2100+: AMD Turns Up The Heat
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The 3D Mark 2000 determines DirectX 7's Direct3D performance under Windows XP. The Athlon XP 2100+ even outstrips, albeit marginally, the Intel Pentium 4/2400 with Rambus memory. All Pentium 4 CPUs at an FSB clock speed of 133 MHz and 533 MHz Rambus memory that are not yet available on the market were marked with a blue-and-black bar and are there only for reference purposes.

DirectX 8 Games: 3D Mark 2001 SE

The 3D Mark 2001 determines DirectX 8's Direct3D performance under Windows XP. This test makes it clear that the Athlon XP 2100+ is the perfect CPU for 3D games; none of the currently available Pentium 4 processors can even come close. All Pentium 4 CPUs at an FSB clock speed of 133 MHz and 533 MHz Rambus memory that are not yet available on the market were marked with a blue-and-black bar and are there only for reference purposes.

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    mrcmark , January 25, 2010 2:52 PM
    ahh my first processor =D after 8 years it is still in good condition. im still using amd processor now. Phenom II x3 720