3DMark 2003 version 3.3.0 -1600 X 1200 @ 32Bit
As soon as we pump up the resolution we begin to see the 9800 Pro pull further away from the predecessor but in this case we still see the Gigabyte just a tad in the lead.
Vulpine GLMark 1.1 - 1600 X 1200 @ 32Bit
Even in higher resolution, we see the cards bunched together, the Hercules does pull out ahead from the others this time around.
Code Creatures - 1600 X 1200 @ 32Bit
- Water Section
Hercules and Gigabyte both neck and neck here.
- Grass Section
Gigabyte takes the lead with that .1 FPS gain again.
Quake 3 - 1600 X 1200 @ 32Bit
While the Radeon 9800 Pro's pull ahead of the 9700 Pro, people won't notice much of a difference in game.
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