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Workstation Application Performance Under WindowsNT

The RDRAM Avenger - Intel's i840 Chipset
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Now we know why i840 is a workstation chipset! The i840-scores are up to 40% higher than the scores of BX, still up to 8% higher than i820. It's true, for a workstation user it may indeed be worth getting rid of his BX/GX-platform and investing in i840 and the expensive RDRAM.

These results remind us of the office application performance and the Sysmark98-scores. BX is as fast as, actually even a tad faster than i820. Why would anyone be interested in this chipset?

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    ognyanz , June 2, 2008 3:05 AM
    Hi,

    REM: About the question "What should we see when testing the different chipsets against each other?"

    Likely, or may be not, who knows.