Zoiets mag je concluderen uit deze benchmarks van OpperTom:
Chipset Memory fps i820 PC100 SDRAM 86,6 i820 PC800 DRDRAM 98,8 440BX PC100 SDRAM 98.1 VIA Apollo Pro 133 PC133 VCSDRAM 97,5
What good does a 133MHz FSB and 4X AGP give you when the main memory can't keep up? It's obvious that the 82805 (MCH) was an afterthought from Intel. Just a patch to allow the system integrators a vehicle to push i820 based platforms combined with the Coppermine processors at a reasonable price.
The best bang for the buck, as far as Intel platforms go, is with a VIA Apollo Pro 133 or Intel 440BX platform. Both of these clearly outperform the CC820 (SDRAM) and keep pace with the VC820 (RDRAM). The price of RDRAM will have to come way down before i820-based platforms become a competitor with VIA, 440BX or Athlon based platforms.
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