Benchmarks: 3DMark 2001
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.
numbers denote better performance.
|ATi Radeon 9800XT
|ATi Radeon 9800 Pro
|ATi Radeon 9700 Pro
|Albatron GeForce 6800GT
|Asus V9999 Gamer Edition
|Albatron GeForce PC6600
|MSI FX5950 Ultra-TVD256
|MSI FX5900U-VTD256 Ultra
|Albatron Trinity PCX 5900
|Albatron GeForceFX 5700 Ultra
|MSI RX800XT-VTD256E (526/526)
The MSI RX800XT-VTD256E is able to score 23k with a stock P4 540
system. Overclocking the card slightly does not boost performance at all.
is the latest version of the highly favoured 3DMark series. It is the first
benchmark to require a DirectX9.0 compliant hardware with support for Pixel
Shaders 2.0 or higher!
Not all videocards were available
for the 3DMark05 benchmarks. If you compare PCstats numbers on the ORB,
they're pretty good for a stock system.
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