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DirectX 7 Games: 3D Mark 2000

Behind The Silicon Curtain: Exclusive Test Of The P4/2666 With 533 MHz Rambus
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3D Mark 2000 gives you the Direct3D performance from DirectX 7 under Windows XP. The Intel 4/2666 nabs a new top score of 12111 points. Despite its low clock speed of 1666 MHz, the Athlon XP 2000+ is able to come quite close to this Intel speed-monger. All chips that are not yet available on the market are indicated in red.

DirectX 8 Games: 3D Mark 2001 SE

3D Mark 2001 gives you the Direct3D performance from DirectX 8 under Windows XP. This test shows that the Intel Pentium 4 is nearly a lost case without the 533 MHz Rambus memory. The Pentium 4/2200 (currently the top-of-the-line model) is less powerful than the Athlon XP 1800+ with 1533 MHz, for example. All chips that are not yet available on the market are indicated in red.

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