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HIS Radeon X700 IceQ 128MB AGP Graphics Card - Benchmarks - Test System Setup and 3DMark03

HIS X700 IceQ graphics card is for users who want decent gaming performance at 1024 x 768. Read on for the full scoop.

By: | AMD Radeon GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Oct 25, 2005 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 8.0%Manufacturer: HIS

Test System Setup


Processor(s): Intel Pentium 4 3.0GHz w/HyperThreading


Motherboard(s): Intel 845-based motherboard


Memory: 2 x 512MB PC3200


Hard Disk(s): Western Digital 80GB SATA


Operating System Used: Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP2


Drivers Used: ATI Catalyst 5.10 and DX9c


Our benchmarks are a combination of synthetic tests and real-world gaming tests. This is aimed to give the card a workout with a balance of pure DirectX 9.0-rendered graphics and some real-life gaming performance. The synthetic 3DMark benchmarks give a great indication of the card's capabilities under extreme stress, giving a common result which can be easily compared to other systems. The gaming benchmarks explore how the card handles the various high-end gaming engines on the market at the moment.

ATI RADEON X700 PRO, (256 MB) Graphic Card

As usual, we'll also look into overclockability of the card and what performance increases we see from this aspect. Let's begin!




Version and / or Patch Used: Build 360


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By combining full DX8 and partial DX9 support with completely new tests and graphics over the previous version, 3DMark03 continues the legacy of being the industry standard 3D benchmark.


Please Note: Due to recent events with the 3DMark03 series, we are adding results purely for those who are still in favour of 3DMark03. These results should not be taken too seriously and are only added for interest sakes.



As you can see from our results, the HIS X700 IceQ managed 6068 marks at 1024x768 and 3208 at 1600x1200 - a drop of 47%. While this is expected given the extra processing load, it doesn't scale evenly. A screen rendered at 1600x1200 contains 2.5 time the number of pixels than a screen rendered at 1024x768, whereas the performance only dropped by half.


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