3D Mark 2000 gives you the Direct3D performance from DirectX 7 under Windows 2000. The charts show that all boards with VIA KT333 are in the lead. All boards with the KT333 chipset are indicated by the red bars.
DirectX 8 Games: 3D Mark 2001
3D Mark 2000 gives you the Direct3D performance from DirectX 8 under Windows 2000. Here, the results are comparable to the 3D Mark 2000 tests - the boards with the VIA KT333 chipset lead the pack, although Asus and Gigabyte switch their top positions. All boards with the KT333 chipset are indicated by the red bars.
- Comparison: VIA KT333 Vs. KT266A
- Structure Of The VIA KT333
- Comparison: 4 Boards With The VIA KT333 Chipset, Continued
- AMD Makes A Change: 166 MHz FSB Clock In The Future?
- Ultra-DMA/133: Currently Supports Maxtor Only
- AGP 8x: Currently No Graphics Cards Available
- USB Ad Infinitum: 6 Ports Are Standard
- DDR333 Memory Modules Compared
- Test Setup
- Benchmarks Under Windows 2000
- OpenGL-Performance: Quake 3 Arena
- DirectX 7 Games: 3D Mark 2000
- MP3-Audio-Encoding: Lame MP3
- SiSoft Sandra 2002 Benchmarks: CPU Und Multimedia
- 3D-Rendering: Newtek Lightwave 7b
- Office-Performance: Sysmark 2002
- Linux Compiling: Suse Linux 7.3 / Kernel 2.4.13
- 3D-Rendering Performance: SPECviewperf
- 3D-Rendering Performance: SPECviewperf, Continued
- Conclusion: Many New Features With KT333, DDR333 Performs To Full Potential Only With CL2 - Fastest Chipset For AMD CPUs