Windows 2000 performance tests

NFTS with AMD - SYSMark 2000 Score

% = per cent improvement in performance of 128MB over 64MB, and 256MB over 64MBSYSMark 2000 figures are acutal scores - the larger the figure, the better the performance64MB128MB%256MB%SYSMark 2000 Score1041262112924MetaCreations Bryce 47214196150108CorelDRAW 91081372714736Avid Elastic Reality 3.112813341323Excel 20001191341313816Dragon Naturally Speaking Pref. 4.0731115211355Netscape Communicator 4.6113314381448Paradox 9.010311071041Photoshop 5.5711095411055PowerPoint 2000111120812614Adobe Premiere 5.11131271213015Word 2000127136714413Windows Media Encoder 4.011411941216

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