Soyo K7V Dragon KT266 Motherboard Review
3D Mark 2001 and SiSoft Sandra
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On the 3D Mark 2001 tests, the Soyo Dragon falls again to the AK31, but by a miniscule 1%. These tests are so close, that distinguishing between them is very difficult.
The synthetic memory performance of the Soyo Dragon was a bitter slower than I expected. With the AK31 and the 8K7A performing so closely together, seeing another KT266 chipset board this slow is a bit of a disappointment.
As expected, the motherboard has little to no effect on the CPU-only test here. The slight fluctuations are nothing that you should really be judging a motherboard by.