Showdown at 133 MHz FSB - Part 2, The Real McCoy

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You can see that 77.7 fps seem to be GeForce's fill rate limit in this test, which is why all the top players score the same. Again BX133 is amongst the leaders, showing how well an SDRAM-solution can compete against the latest RDRAM-chipsets. VIA's Apollo Pro 133A does not look too great in this comparison.

These results give you quite a bit to think. BX133 scores best, which proves that high data bandwidth cannot be the explanation for the scores. VIA's Apollo Pro 133A is again looking rather slow, while the Rambus-solutions are scoring very well.