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ASUS P4S333 SiS 645 Motherboard Review - ASUS P4S333 - Page 4

The SiS 645 chipset seems to be taking the Pentium 4 world by storm. With support for DDR memory and an official license from Intel, it looks like a very viable chipset to say the least. Will the Pentium 4 processor finally make it's way into the Enthusiast crowd? Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he takes a closer look at the ASUS P4S333 Motherboard and helps answer that question.

| Editorials in Motherboards | Posted: Jan 17, 2002 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%      Manufacturer: ASUStek

Benchmarking

 

Test System

 

Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz

 

Memory: 256MB PC2700 Kingmax DDR

 

Video Card: Leadtek GeForce3 Ti500

 

Hard Disk: Seagate Barracuda ATA-3 UDMA 100 7200RPM

 

Drivers: SiS 1007 AGP, nVidia Detonator v23.11

 

Software Used: SiSoft Sandra 2001, 3dMark2000, 3dMark2001, Quake III Arena, Star Trek Armada, Star Trek Voyager Elite Force.

 

Results - SiSoft Sandra 2001 CPU Benchmark

 

 

Results - SiSoft Sandra 2001 Multimedia Benchmark

 

 

Results - SiSoft Sandra 2001 Memory Benchmark

 

 

Results - 3dMark2000 1024x768

 

 

Results - 3dMark2001 1024x768

 

 

Results - Quake III Arena 1024x768 32-bit Color

 

 

Results - Star Trek Armada 1024x768 16-bit Color

 

 

Results - Star Trek Voyager Elite Force 1024x768 32-bit Color

 

 

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