|Processor||AMD Athlon-C 1200 at 133 MHz FSB|
|Memory||128 MB with 133 MHz DDR, CL2, Crucial Tech.|
|Hard Drive||IBM DTLA 307030, 30,7 GB, UltraDMA/100|
|Graphics Card||nVIDIA GeForce 2 Ultra, 64 MB|
|Drivers & Software|
|OS||Windows 98 SE, Version 4.10.2222 A|
|Benchmarks and Settings|
|Quake III Arena||Retail Versioncommand line = +set cd_nocd 1 +set s_initsound 0Graphics detail set to 'Normal', 640x480x16Benchmark using 'Q3DEMO1'|
|Unreal Tournament||Version 4.23|
|Refresh Rate||85 Hz for all Tests, V-Sync = off|
Benchmarks - SYSmark 2000 - Windows 98 SE
I chose to share these results with you, even though the SYSmark is not a useful performance indicator any more. With business applications, the system is waiting for user inputs most of the time, making the maximum system performance quite uninteresting.
Still it's interesting to see that there are obvious differences among the AMD760 boards.