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Normally we do not care for synthetic benchmarks but this one is based on a real application that should be out in the near future.

There are many tests available in 3DMark so I chose a few to start out with and at the resolution of x Originally I had the data for all the resolutions we normally do but it was overkill and we Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM not want to miss the point of the tests by flooding you with too much information. Please note that the 3dfx VD3 would not run any of the 3DMark tests Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM whatever reasons. I am working to get things going for it next review. It could be drivers or it could be the benchmark for all we know.

The Winfast GeForce card is Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM ahead of the other two 'stock' GeForce cards but by less than a reasonable margin of error that comes into play in these tests. Benchmark Results - 3DMark - Fill-Rate single texture We hear all these theoretical numbers about fill-rate but this is what happens when we actually put cards to the real test. It is interesting to see that most of the cards are nearly identical in performance and I can assure you that this is the Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM even at x resolution in this test. The only thing that confuses my ideas about the benchmark having problems is the fact that the overclocked V smokes the stock V This will have to be investigated further.

Keep in mind that this test is single-texture fill-rate. Switching our little fill-rate test to bit color returned some rather interesting results.

ASUS V Deluxe DDR GeForce

No surprises between the GeForce cards as they all line up at about the same performance. Benchmark Results - 3DMark - Fill-Rate quad texture So we hear all about multi-texturing in this case quad or four textures per pixel from everyone but what happens when we actually Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM it?

As you Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM see from the above results, the GeForce cards have no problem dealing with it while the competition chugs along. The GeForce cards are all neck and neck while the overclocked V takes a reasonable lead. As we throw in bit textures the set of GeForce cards stay together but fall much farther behind the higher clocked V and nearly letting the TNT2 Ultra catch them. It is a bit shocking to see the TNT2 Ultra get that close. This test has an amazingtriangles on the screen with 4 lights 1 directional and 3 point lights.

Every card but the TNT2 Ultra took an even performance hit from the color depth increase.

ASUS V6800 Deluxe DDR GeForce

Note that even the overclocked card is barely ahead. Although we have tapped the Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM up a bit, the story stays the same. Notice how the competitors seemed to drop greatly in performance at this point.

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Now that the resolution has been pumped up, the Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM begin to drop-off in performance. Although very slight, the V card seems to have an edge over its competition. We can also see that the overclocked board is sitting pretty at the top with its frame lead.

The only way you will see a difference in performance between the competing GeForce cards will be if the driver revision is that different from the others Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM is not the case here. At the xx16 resolution, the CPU problem starts to taper off as you can see by the overclocked card pulling ahead but it does not change the fact that the GeForce cards are basically even.


Benchmark Results - Descent 3 OpenGL Once again we have the low-resolution situation where most of the cards are in the same performance area and the GeForce boards themselves are basically all tied. The competing boards are still very Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM even at this point. Here we have a little surprise as the Leadtek board pushes slightly ahead of its competition.

Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM overclocked Asus V charges ahead as it keeps a strong lead. Benchmark Results - Quake 3 Arena x With the release of Quake 3 Arena everyone has been anxious to see the final performance of each chipset.


At the lower resolutions we will not see a Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM difference between the GeForce cards still but we can compare how they do against the competition. Asus steps up to the plate flexing the AGP-V Deluxe. a non-SDRAM or DDRAM configuration; Asus has taken a diverged from Asus AGP-V6600 SDRAM 'norm'. ASUS AGP-V SGRAM (part number AGP-V) Graphics Processing Unit for desktop market segment is based on NVIDIA GeForce 32 MB SDR, and.

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