Shuttle HOT-567

by Anand Lal Shimpi on October 22, 1997 10:51 AM EST
The Test

In recent times, choosing a motherboard cannot be completely determined by a Winstone score. Now, many boards come within one Winstone point of each other and therefore the need to benchmark boards against each other falls. Therefore you shouldn't base your decision entirely on the benchmarks you see here, but also on the technical features and advantages of this particular board, seeing as that will probably make the greatest difference in your overall experience.

Test Configuration

Processor(s): AMD K6/233 ANR & Intel Pentium MMX 233 & Cyrix 6x86MX-PR2/200
RAM: 2 - 32MB Advanced Megatrends SDRAM DIMMs
2 - 32MB Corsair SDRAM DIMMs
Hard Drive(s): Western Digital Caviar AC21600H
Video Card: Matrox Millennium (2MB WRAM)
Busmaster EIDE Drivers: Intel v3.01
Video Card Drivers: MGA Millennium
OS: Windows 95 Service Release 2


Windows 95 Performance of the Shuttle HOT-567
CPU Business Winstone 97 Business Graphics Winmark 97
AMD K6-PR2/200 52.0 99
AMD K6-PR2/208 55.9 110
AMD K6-PR2/225 55.8 112
AMD K6-PR2/233 54.8 108
AMD K6-PR2/250 57.2 119
Cyrix 6x86MX-PR2/200 (150/75) 53.6 108
Cyrix 6x86MX-PR2/200 (166/66) 55.0 118
Intel Pentium MMX - 200 50.7 98.8
Intel Pentium MMX - 208 53.6 109
Intel Pentium MMX - 225 53.3 112
Intel Pentium MMX - 233 52.3 102
Intel Pentium MMX - 250 55.3 119
Intel Pentium MMX - 262.5 55.5 120
Intel Pentium MMX - 290.5 Failed Failed

The HOT-567 has a great feature set unfortunately the performance of the motherboard isn't too incredibly competitive. 


The Final Decision

The HOT-567 is the closest to a true successor to the HOT-565/569, unfortunately that succession doesn't translate into the performance category which makes the HOT-567 much less of a great buy and more of an average purchase.   The choice is up to you, depending on what type of user you are. 

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