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Gigabyte's 3D1: Are Two Engines Better Than One?

Test Setup

Test System
CPUAMD Athlon64 4000+
FSB200 MHz
MotherboardGigabyte GA-K8NXP-SLI(nForce 4 SLI)
Memory2x Corsair CMX-512-3200C2, 1024 MB
HDDSeagate Barracuda 7200.7 120 GB S-ATA (8 MB)
DVDHitachi GD-7000
LANNetgear FA-312
Power SupplyAntec True Control 550W (ATX 1.0)
Drivers & Configuration
GraphicsNVIDIA v71.20
ChipsetIntel Inf. Update
OSWindows XP Prof. SP1a
DirectXDirectX 9.0c
Benchmarks
3DMark 2003Default Benchmark, 1024x768 & 1600x1200 (AA and AF by App)
3DMark 2005Default Benchmark, (AA and AF by App)
Unreal Tournament 2004Custom TimedemoMax Details/QualityMap : Assault-FallenCity(AA and AF forced by Driver)
Doom3Demo : Demo1High Quality
Farcry v1.3Custom Timedemo cooler01Very High QualityFlashlight : On

Benchmarks

3D Mark 2003

3D Mark 2003

  • fb39ca4
    Wow this stuff is ancient.
    Reply
  • Shankovich
    So funny to look back now and see how abstract the concept of dual GPU design was back then. Happy to see my favorite mobo company be one of the pioneers
    Reply