For this project we had to be able to rely on a motherboard that offered FSB clock rates of more than 250 MHz. While Asus' boards served our testing purposes very well during the past few years, others are close and sometimes equally good, which is the case with DFI's mobo. The board comes with excellent features, good overclocking capabilities and additional LAN party accessories, such as a shoulder strap with which to carry it.
The voltage converters are kept at a steady temperature in Revision B of the LANParty board with massive cooling elements, which underscores the Pentium 4 Prescott's low power consumption specs.
- The P4 Northwood Vs. The Prescott
- Test Motherboard: DFI LanParty 875PRO Rev. B
- RAM: OCZ PC4000 Dual Channel Gold
- Prescott Up To 4.17 GHz, Northwood With 4 GHz Maximum
- Test System
- Benchmark Results
- SPECviewperf, Continued
- DirectX 8
- DirectX 9a
- X2-The Threat
- 3D Studio Max 6.0
- SiSoft Sandra 2004 Pro
- SiSoft Sandra 2004 Pro, Continued