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ATI Radeon X600XT Shootout - HIS vs. ABIT vs. GeCube - Benchmarks - High Quality Results

Today we have a PCI Express graphics card shootout comparing three different ATI Radeon X600XT cards from HIS, ATI and GeCube. After taking a look at each product we run them through our usual array of benchmarks and then overclock each as far as possible and then re-run the benchmarks to work our which is fastest for modern day gaming.

| AMD Radeon GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Nov 21, 2004 5:00 am

High Quality Results

 

All tests were run with 4 times FSAA and 8 times Antistrophic Filtering enabled with the screen resolution set to 1024 X 768.

 

When running these aggressive detail settings in 1600 x 1200, games really do become unplayable and if people are after image quality they will have to drop the resolution back down to reach playable levels.

 

1024x768 was chosen as it is still the preferred playable resolution with these settings enabled.

 


3DMark 03

 

 

With AA and AF on we can see that the increased memory speed on the GeCube again gives it the edge over the competition although it is only 7 marks.

 


Doom 3

 

 

We have a similar picture here as we did with Doom 3 when AA and AF not on. The GeCube's increased memory speed lets it take the lead by a small margin.

 


Quake 3

 

 

Like our original test with Quake 3, just 1 FPS separates all cards and with frames still exciding a very high 300 the % works out to be under .3%.

 

 

 

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