As BX-platform I used the following:
- Intel Pentium III 550 processor w/o multiplier lock
- Abit BX6 Rev.2 BX-motherboard
- 64 MB PC100 SDRAM from Micron, which ran at a latency setting of '2' even under 133 MHz FSB
- Hercules Dynamyte TNT2 AGP graphics card, NVIDIA reference driver 0188
- Western Digital WDAC 418000 EIDE HDD w/ATA66-support
The equipment of the Camino-board was identical except of the 64 MB PC800 RDRAM RIMM.
The tests were ran under Windows 98, built 4.10.1998 at 1024x768x16 bit screen resolution. The refresh rate was 85 Hz. The benchmark software used was BAPCo Sysmark98 and Intel's Application Launcher Benchmark. I preferred BAPCo over Winstone, because it reports the results more accurately and it's a lot easier to do several runs. It takes a good amount longer than Winstone though.
Please be aware of the fact that Camino is not optimized for the highest performance yet. This goes mainly in regard to L2-cache performance and other architectural things. However, it's not likely to expect much more memory performance than what we see right now.