Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.4B GHz (Northwood)
Memory: 2x 256MB DDR-333 Kingmax (512MB)
Video Card: Leadtek A170 Pro (GF4 MX460)
Hard Disk: Seagate Barracuda ATA-3 UDMA 100 7200RPM
Drivers:Nvidia DetXP rev 29.42, Xabre 302A.02 VGA
Software Used: 3Dmark2000, 3Dmark2001, Quake 3 Arena, Aquanox, DroneZmark, Max Payne, Star Trek Voyager Elite Force, Jedi Knight II.
Editors Note: Please note that only one resolution of 1024x768 was used since the reviewers monitor is currently only capable of this resolution. A new monitor is currently being sought.
FSAA - Quake 3 Arena
Due to popular request, we have added some images taken from Quake 3 Arena with FSAA enabled on both of our test cards.
nVidia Geforce4 MX460 FSAA 4x Enabled
This shows the nVidia Geforce4 MX460 with 4x Anti-Aliasing enabled. While a screenshot doesn't do it justice, you get the idea.
nVidia Geforce4 MX460 FSAA Disabled
This is an image with FSAA disabled. Unless you are really looking its hard to see the difference, but when playing, you do notice some extra little things such a shadow draw and extra detail.
SiS Xabre 400 JFSAA 4x Enabled
This shows SiS's Jitter-Free Anti-Aliasing enabled, looking quite sharp indeed.
Xabre 400 JFSAA Disabled
As with the nVidia part, this shows the Anti-Aliasing disabled, still we see a sharp image.