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Diamond Viper V770 Ultra Review

32-Bit Color Benchmarks



With the release of demos such as Expendable, Kingpin, and especially Quake 3 Test, playing in 32-bit color will be preferred by some gamers over its 16-bit counterpart.

Playing these titles in 32-bit color on the Viper V550 at high resolutions wasn't not practical due to the substantial performance loss.  However, the Viper V770 Ultra, with it's 32MB of memory and higher clock speeds, make playing in 32-bit color at higher resolutions a reality.

The 32-bit color benchmarks were run with the same settings as their 16-bit counterparts.



Quake 2 Massive1 - 32-Bit Color



Quake 2 Crusher - 32-Bit Color



Kingpin Bigass - 32-Bit Color



Expendable Timedemo - 32-Bit Color





Next: 16 vs 32-Bit Color


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