PCCHIPS M599LMR Test

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duncan
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PCCHIPS M599LMR Test

Post by duncan » Mon May 07, 2018 2:59 am

Hi,

just to give an impression of my actual projects:

I did find this mainboard short time ago, searching for mobos with SIS-chipsets. It has a FSB of 100, a horrible integratet AGP-solution with max. 8MB shared(!!) memory and, the absolute nonsense, a cacheable area of gigantic :shock: 64MB.

The solution was, of course, to put in one of my AMD K6III+/400. Graphic card I choose a newly found 3DLabs Oxygen VX1, just to see how far that one goes :lol:

So here we have some benchmark results:

speedsys 478:
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SiSoftSandra2002:
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...it seems, I can put only three pics into the post. So here we go...

duncan
PVI-486SP3/Cx5x86-100/Mystique4MB - P55T2P4/K6/2-400/SynergyIIPCI32MB - ABIT BH6/PIII-900/GF2TI32MB

duncan
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Re: PCCHIPS M599LMR Test

Post by duncan » Mon May 07, 2018 3:06 am

...and here we go on ;-)
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As one can see, the K6III+ and the mainboard act as expected - on level with PII in speedsys, not really bad in Sandra.

The complete breakdown happens in 3DMark99 with the Oxygen. During the test, the "Race" - part went okay - but in "1st Person" it completely sagged down. Not being made for playing, that´s okay. And the filtering quality was quite good.

This is just a little "teaser" for what to come from me, maybe someone enjoys it.

Greetings duncan
PVI-486SP3/Cx5x86-100/Mystique4MB - P55T2P4/K6/2-400/SynergyIIPCI32MB - ABIT BH6/PIII-900/GF2TI32MB

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