|Graphics Cards and Drivers
|Asus V7100ELSA Gladiac MXLeadtek GeForce2 MXMS StarForce 816Prolink PixelView GeForce2 MXSUMA GeForce2 MX
|PIII 1 GHz, PIII500E
|128 MB Crucial PC133 CAS2
|Windows 98 SE 4.10.2222 A
|Quake 3 Arena
|Retail versioncommand line = +set cd_nocd 1 +set s_initsound 0
|Rolling Demo v1.2 Build 944Standard command line = -benchmarkBump Mapped command line = -benchmark -dotbump
I've provided data in the past few chipset reviews to give you an idea of where the GeForce2 MX sits in the midst of what's currently available. Also, as we've seen before, there is really no point in comparing these very similarly boards. They're using the same configuration aside from maybe what SUMA may be shipping. With that in mind, I've limited the test results provided to show that they're dead even with each other. I've also used the resolutions of 640x480-1152x864 because these cards aren't quiet the powerhouse that the GeForce2 GTS is. If you need to see how this chipset compares with the rest of the available chipsets, refer to the latest Detonator 3 article's results .
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