MSI KT3 ULTRA ULTRA-ARU TREIBER WINDOWS 10
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MSI KT3 ULTRA ULTRA-ARU DRIVER
Both systems were configured for maximum performance.
MSI KT3 Ultra-ARU, Socket A, AMD (MS-6380-020) Motherboard
One thing to note before comparing benchmarks is the relative running speed of the processor on both motherboards. The Asus is Msi KT3 Ultra Ultra-ARU worse in this respect, as the real running speed when set to Mhz is Please bear these speeds in mind when comparing results.
We'll start of with Sisoft Sandra. At first glance, the numbers look disarmingly similar.
Let's also have a look at what happens if we disable the enhanced optimisations that are automatically applied to the Sisoft Sandra memory benchmark. We've seen that running RAM asynchronously at FSB improves theoretical performance, let's see how this translated to real-world applications and benchmarks.
A new addition to our benchmarking-suite is Pifast. Put simply, it calculates the constant Pi to X million decimal places using the fastest method possible.
Naturally, a number crunching activity like Pifast thrives on memory bandwidth, as the computation relies upon passing masses of information between system memory and the CPU. Let's have a look at how our protagonists got on when set to calculate Pi to 10 million places.
MSI KT3 Ultra ARU Motherboard Review
Here we see an interesting result. The MSI's better memory optimisations at FSB put it ahead of the Asus by just over a second, we had expected to see such a result after seeing the results of the non-enhanced memory benchmark. The rather Msi KT3 Ultra Ultra-ARU result is from memory running asynchronously at FSB.
The time is almost 2 seconds faster than when memory is run at FSB. The results were consistent to within 0. We'll next turn our attention to another number-crunching activity.
MSI KT3 Ultra-ARU - motherboard - ATX - Socket A - KT Overview - CNET
Here we use LAME 3. We tried the test at different CPU speeds and found the boards tied for performance. We'd hazard a guess that the motherboard platform is irrelevant for this test.
Still, seconds is the fastest time we've ever seen for a CPU at default speeds. The might of the XP is certainly evident here. DVD encoding is another popular pastime of our readers. Even with today's powerful processors, we still have to wait a considerable time before a 'DVD-rip' is complete. Any reduction in Msi KT3 Ultra Ultra-ARU would be more than welcome. We're using Xmpeg 2. We've found this combination to be the most stable in our stress tests. Three Kings is the DVD of choice, it's mixture of action and dialogue make it an excellent benchmarking test. The black borders are cropped to save unnecessary encoding time. We calculate the average FPS after 20, frames have been encoded.
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Let's have a look at the results. Although the graph seems to initially indicate a large disparity between results, on closer inspection we see the difference is rather small yet repeatable. DVD encoding is another activity that thrives on memory bandwidth.
-Support AMD Barton XP+ (FSB) CPU (For KT3 Ultra2 Only) -Add "CPU Halt Command Detection" item Msi KT3 Ultra Ultra-ARU the BIOS Setup -Fixed ATI AGP card. MSI KT3 Ultra-ARU - motherboard - ATX - Socket A - KT overview and full product specs on CNET.