[Q]Will the improvement be significant p4C800E and ECS 848P-A?

Discussion in 'Asus' started by redbrick, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. redbrick

    redbrick Guest

    I got this motherboard free with the CPU, and dispite it's various
    short-commings this motherboard has worked flawlessly. I am wondering
    if purchasing the ASUS P4C800e-Deluxe would siginificantly improve the
    overall performance (speed) of the system? Would this increase be
    really noticible?

    What do I do with my system? A little bit of everything really...
    games, video encoding, simutaneous large file transfers, CAD, a little
    of everything....

    The system does spend a lot of time doing nothing as well...which sucks..
    but I have to work for a living...


    Redbrick...who Loves his CLK
    redbrick, Mar 1, 2005
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  2. redbrick

    Paul Guest


    "The i848P is 9% slower than the dual-channel chipsets in Quake 3
    and 4% slower in Unreal Tournament 2003 and Serious Sam: The
    Second Encounter. You should note however that I ran the tests in
    low resolution modes to make sure that the CPU-memory bus is loaded
    really heavily. In real conditions, it is the graphics subsystem
    that bears the main workload in 3D games, and the results shown by
    different mainboards won¹t differ greatly."

    Too bad they removed all the graphs - they don't load for me, and
    none of the archives I know of, have a good copy.

    Paul, Mar 1, 2005
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