Our opening test has all the cards pretty even at the starting gate. Keep in mind that if one of the manufacturers have a drastically different driver with problems, it would be very apparent here. Everyone most likely uses the NVIDIA based reference .dll's or something very close.
Everyone remains pretty even except the DDR and overclocked boards. The differences between the stock clocked cards are very minor.
Our obvious powerhouses, the DDR based boards and overclocked Erazor X, pull ahead as we expect them to. The only real surprise here is the Asus V6600 pulling a respectable amount ahead of the other SDR board. You can probably thank the SGRAM for that little victory.
- Outrageous 3D
- The Features
- Driver Interface - Erazor X, Continued
- Driver Interface - Outrageous 3D
- Driver Interface - Outrageous 3D, Continued
- Benchmark Results - Shogo
- Benchmark Results - Descent D3D
- Benchmark Results - Descent OpenGL
- Benchmark Results - Quake Arena Normal
- Benchmark Results - Quake Arena High Quality