We have put the X-Micro IMPACT 4 Pro up against an X-Micro nVidia GeForce2 MX 32mb and nVidia reference GeForce2 Ultra all using the latest Detonator 10.80 drivers under Windows 2000 all clocked at their default clock speeds. Testing was done using highly synthetic benchmarking programs, 3DMark 2000 and Quake 3 Arena to give you an idea of the performance of the X-Micro IMPACT 4 Pro video card compared to the GeForce2 MX and Ultra.
TEST SYSTEM SETUP
Processor - AMD Athlon 800MHz (8x100)
RAM - 256MB PC150 SDRAM
Motherboard - ABIT KT7A RAID
Video Card - X-Micro nVidia GeForce2 MX 32mb, X-Micro IMPACT 4 Pro 32mb, nVidia GeForce2 Ultra 64mb - Microsoft Windows 2000
Drivers - nVidia 10.80, DX8
Software - 3DMark 2000, Quake 3 Arena Results - 3DMark2000 (1024x768 16bit Colour)
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