is a powerful tool to determine reliable information about the gaming
performance of a computer system. Because the benchmark extensively utilizes
DirectX9, DirectX8 and DirectX7 functionality, it represents the requirements of
typical gaming applications in 2003 and 2004.
AquaMark3 the MSI RX600XT-TD128 performs slightly slower than the Gigabyte card
at stock speeds. I doubt you'd notice it when gaming.
2 is one of the first games that will be taking advantage of DirectX 9
technology. According to Gun Metal 2, 2x AA is enabled by default on all
videocards and the listed frame rates are average.
high end videocards do well in the Gun Metal tests. I suppose being able to push
about 20 fps is pretty good considering the MSI RX600XT-TD128 is a mainstream
probably wouldn't want to game with any of these cards at 1600x1200 resolution.
Frame rates are just too low.