3DMark2000 is still a popular benchmarks for
evaluating 3D performance even though it is getting a bit dated. 3DMark2000
continues to provide benchmark results that gauge DirectX7 performance and
hardware transformation and lighting that older games still use. Version 1.1
ensures more reliable functionality with hardware and operating systems that
were released after the launch of 3DMark2000 in December 1999.
Higher numbers denote better
|3DMark 2000 Benchmark Results|
||Albatron MX440 (oc'ed)
At stock speeds the Albatron MX440 is relatively slow. Overclocking brings about quite a performance boost!
3DMark2001SE is the latest installment in the
3DMark series by MadOnion. By combining DirectX8 support with completely new
graphics, it continues to provide good overall system benchmarks. 3DMark2001SE
has been created in cooperation with the major 3D accelerator and processor
manufacturers to provide a reliable set of diagnostic tools. The suite
demonstrates 3D gaming performance by using real-world gaming technology to test
a system's true performance abilities. Tests include: DirectX8 Vertex Shaders,
Pixel Shaders and Point Sprites, DOT3 and Environment Mapped Bump Mapping,
support for Full Scene Anti-aliasing and Texture Compression and two game tests
using Ipion real-time physics.
Higher numbers denote better performance.
|3DMark2001SE Benchmark Results |
keep in mind when viewing this benchmark that the MX440 is not a DirectX8
videocard while the MSI GF4 Ti4600 is. 3DMark2001SE seems to like the MX440 even
with no vertex and pixel shaders!