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Diamond Viper V770 Ultra Review

Turok 2 Benchmarks



Turok 2 is a Direct 3D accelerated game and supports features such as bilinear and trilinear filtering, fog, and triple buffering.  This set of benchmarks includes results using bilinear and trilinear filtering.

In lower resolutions, such as 640x480 and 800x600, the V550 and V770 Ultra are performing about the same.  However, at 1024x768 in the trilinear benchmark and at 1280x1024 in both benchmarks, the V770 Ultra begins to flex its muscle.



Turok 2 Marks: Bilinear Filtering - 16-Bit Color



Turok 2 Marks: Trilinear Filtering - 16-Bit Color





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