Attacking the GeForce2 MX: ATi's Radeon 32 MB SDRAM

Driver Features

Since the introduction of the Radeon 64 MB DDR little has changed.

Here you can make adjustments for Direct3D games. After the installation the setting for vertical sync is enabled, which leads to a better image quality. In this screenshot you can see that we disabled the vertical sync. Only under these settings you can reach optimal performance in games. As far as anti-aliasing is concerned we recommend leaving the switch disabled. Enabling anti-aliasing results in a drastic performance drop. Please note that this recommendation only applies to the type of games we prefer. You can try it out for yourself if anti-aliasing is an option for you. Edges will indeed get smoother but you have to decide if you can live with much lower frame rates.

The OpenGL tab offers more functions. You can find the most important buttons 'quality' and 'performance' at the upper left corner, which are pretty much self-explanatory.

Uwe Scheffel