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Thread: P66, POD83, and AM5x86 133 comparison.

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    Default P66, POD83, and AM5x86 133 comparison.

    Made this awhile back and posted it to VOGONS, though it garnered no responses. Just found it again. Nothing hugely detailed, just some scored from Phil's Benchmarking pack. Options 2, 4, 6, B and C were used.
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    Seems to be about what I would expect - Didnít AMD basically market the 586-133 as a Pentium 75 equivalent?

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    Thanks for the response. Glad to know someone appreciates that. Supposedly they're supposed to be a Pentium 75 equivelent, at leats as integer performance is concerned. (They are marked P75+). I'm mildly curious how a Pentium 75 actually stacks up against a Pentium 66, as the former runs a 1.5 times a 50Mhz Bus while the latter runs at a full 66Mhz.

    Also, there is an error in that chart. Both boards were run with 32MB total, and were tested separately, with the same two sticks of 16MB ram.

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