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Reviewed: Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS
Manufacturer: Absolute Multimedia
Product Type: Graphics Card
Price: $275
Overall Rating:
Author: Torsten Daeges  Date: August 2nd 2000

3DMark 2000 Benchmarks
(16 bit rendering with 16 bit textures, 32 bit rendering with 32 bit textures)

3DMark 2000, 800 x 600
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 16 bit
3063 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 32 bit
2991 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 16 bit
2959 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 32 bit
2878 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 16 bit
1353 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 32 bit
1354 3DMarks
Not much performance gain over the GeForce 1 board, but that is certainly related to the Celeron again.
3DMark 2000, 1024 x 768
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 16 bit
3019 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 32 bit
2895 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 16 bit
2858 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 32 bit
2666 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 16 bit
1366 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 32 bit
1278 3DMarks
At 1024x768, the GeForce 2 sets itself apart from its older brother.
3DMark 2000, 1280 x 1024
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 16 bit
2966 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 32 bit
2493 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 16 bit
2555 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 32 bit
2082 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 16 bit
1271 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 32 bit
953 3DMarks
Hitting 1280x1024, the GeForce 2 board begins to show its potential by keeping 32 bit performance on the 16 bit performance level of the GeForce 1.
3DMark 2000, 1600 x 1200
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 16 bit
2731 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics GeForce 2 GTS, 32 bit not tested
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 16 bit
2220 3DMarks
Outrageous 3D Graphics DDR, 32 bit
1633 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 16 bit
985 3DMarks
Viper 770 (TNT2), 32 bit
722 3DMarks
The results of 3DMark 2000 reflect what we've seen in Quake III. For some strange reason, the 32 bit test of 3DMark 2000 always gave me an error at 1600x1200. No clue why...
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Added:  Wednesday, August 02, 2000
Reviewer:  Torsten Daeges
Score:
Page: 4/5

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