New 3D Chips - Banshee, G200, RIVA TNT And Savage3D

3D Game Benchmark Results - Turok Mark

Banshee is looking pretty good at Turok, regardless if running Direct3D or Glide. Savage3D doesn't score that well in Turok as long as the `AA" setting is enabled, but I decided that a registry setting is either enabled for all test runs or for none, and Savage3D runs the mon2.dm2 demo in slow motion without `AA' enabled. TNT scores very well in Turok and comes pretty close after Voodoo2 SLI, as long as you are using a powerful Pentium II and not a cacheless Celeron or even less.