Bill examines the recommended Winstone reporting methodology, and gives it a poor performance rating.
Bill discusses the subject of memory bank interleave, what it is, how it works, and why you might want to enable it.
Bill does a very in-depth analysis of the EPoX 8K7A+, and compares it to two other user favorite Athlon boards. Is it the fastest Athlon board available today?
Bill takes another look at the differences between the two most popular Athlon chipsets – ALi MaGiK1 and VIA KT133A – as implemented in the Abit KT7A and IWill KA266 motherboards. There is still no clear benefit to either, it seems…
Another performance comparision between the ALi MaGiK1 (DDR) chipset and the VIA KT133A (SDRAM) chipset. There are also some interesting technical side notes that make this particularly interesting.