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phial
08-25-03, 10:40 AM
Heres the bench.. (http://www.beyond3d.com/misc/traod_dx9perf/)

the 9800pro, 9700pro, 5900ultra, 5800ultra, and mid range cards are all tested in the recently released Tomb Raider : Angel of Darkness game


the importance of this is its one of the very first games to utilize PS2.0..


some REAL WORLD PERFORMANCE .. lmfao


im not going to state my opinions until after other people respond.. but some of you know how i feel about a certain companies actions

digitalwanderer
08-25-03, 10:57 AM
Well if'n you don't want to comment until you see some reactions, check out this thread (http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?s=&threadid=16979) and start commenting. ;)

phial
08-25-03, 11:23 AM
as usual, someone beats me to the punch


didnt wanna state how i felt , bceause you usualy get super flamed if its the first post of a thread you know. supposed to be impartial when you present informantion


^_^

thanks dood

digitalwanderer
08-25-03, 12:02 PM
Originally posted by phial
supposed to be impartial when you present informantion
Says you! :p

How are you supposed to get people all honked off at ya if you don't put your own obnoxious spin on the news? ;)

mengy
08-25-03, 01:31 PM
Could ATI's lead be caused by the FP24 / FP32 like on dawn?

Templar
08-25-03, 01:59 PM
Mengy... take a look at the section where they check what is rendered by default.. reflections on water f.e. on the FX cards are rendered in 16bit andthere are other effects which aren't even present on the FX and still it's half as fast..

NV is owned by the Radeon..

Simon

mengy
08-25-03, 02:11 PM
Originally posted by Templar
Mengy... take a look at the section where they check what is rendered by default.. reflections on water f.e. on the FX cards are rendered in 16bit andthere are other effects which aren't even present on the FX and still it's half as fast..

NV is owned by the Radeon..

Simon
Thanks, I guess I must have missed or misread that part. ATI > nVidia
I'm glad I have a R9500 NP -----softmodded---> R9700NP.

MUYA
08-25-03, 02:26 PM
This is already being discussed here;
http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?s=&threadid=16979

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