Results - 3DMark2001 (1024x768x32)
In MadOnion's latest 3DMark2001 program the Intel Pentium 4 beats the AMD Athlon by only 140 3DMarks.
Results - 3DMark2000 (1024x768x16)
In the previous benchmark the Intel Pentium 4 beat the AMD Athlon, but in the older version of 3DMark the AMD Athlon beats the Intel Pentium 4.
Results - Quake 3 Arena (High Quality, 32bit color)
In Quake 3 Arena the Intel Pentium 4's increased memory bandwidth really shines over the AMD Athlon and Pentium 3. We didn't benchmark at 800x600 because we figure if you are going to spend all the money on a Intel Pentium 4 you won't be playing games at 800x600, but 1024x768 and higher.
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