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Performance

This time we didn’t run any tests on an overclocked system, because it can hardly be of any interest to you. The performance gain due to FSB frequency increase was so low, that we couldn’t make the CPU work at the nominal frequency by reducing its clock multiplier. As a result, we couldn’t reveal the true performance gain from the system bus overclocking. Therefore, the performance table below contains only the results obtained at the nominal FSB frequency.

We ran our benchmarks on the following platform:

  • Intel Pentium4 560 (Prescott) CPU with 800MHz bus;
  • Leadtek WinFast PX6600GT TDH (GeForce 6600GT) 128MB graphics card;
  • Dual Cannel DDR2 533 Patriot PDC22G4200+XBLK
  • Boxed Intel cooler;
  • Seagate Barracuda 80GB SATA HDD.

Here are the obtained results:

Benchmark

FSB=200 MHz

Sisoft Sandra 2005, RAM Buffered Bandwidth (MB/s)

4919(int), 4916(flo)

3Dmark05 v1.2.0, Default

3962

3Dmark 2001SE, Default

18770

PCmark05 v1.1.0, Default

3436

PCmark04 v1.1.0, Default

4534

WinRAR , KB/sec

464

SuperPI 4M, sec

187

Quake 3 Arena (four)

397.5

Doom 3, Medium quality,1024x768

76.7

FarCry (Regulator),1024x768

47.44

Half-Life 2(xdog), 1024x768

62.66

Unreal Tournament 2004 Demo, 1024x768

96.42

 
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