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Asus V8200Ti500 Pure Videocard Review

Asus V8200Ti500 Pure Videocard Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: While almost every other has been content to use the reference designed GeForce3 Ti500, Asus has always been an innovative company willing to do things their way.
 86% Rating:   
Filed under: Video Cards Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Asus Jan 28 2002   Colin Sun  
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Gaming Benchmarks

DroneZ Source: Zetha Gamez

The game DroneZ was developed to leverage features unique to the GeForce3 nfiniteFX engine and is primarily an OpenGL benchmark. In this rolling demo 423 unique vertex shaders can be are used to create inspiring graphics from a host of game play scenes and provide a realtime test of the DroneZ engine and graphics. All of the test cards were run at GeForce2 normal mode. Sure everything looked bland, but it works!

Higher numbers denote faster frames per second (FPS), and hence, better performance.

DroneZ (1024x768) Benchmark Results
Video Card FPS Ranking
1. Asus V7700Pro

174.1

2. MSI StarForce822

194.7

3. MSI G3Ti500 Pro-VTG

201.4

4. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure

202.1

Overclocking Benchmark Results
5. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure (280/600)

214.3

DroneZ is one of the newer games out there and serves as a good indicator of things to come. The tests were run on GeForce2 Normal mode so all cards can compete on equal terms. This is why the frame rate is so high.

Still, DroneZ can differentiate between the various GF2 and GF3/GF3Ti cards. There's a nice healthy gain when overclocking the Ti500!

Return to Castle Wolfenstein

Source: ID Software

Return to Castle Wolfenstein is a relatively new game benchmark. However, RTCW takes up where Quake III left off and continues to form the basis of the first person shooter system stressing that QIII has become a hallmark for. Based upon the Quake III engine, RTCS is obviously going to be quite taxing on even a top end system.

Higher numbers denote faster frames per second (FPS), and hence, better performance.

RTCW (640x480 Normal atdemo6) Benchmark Results
Video Card FPS Ranking
1. Asus V7700Pro

63.7

2. MSI StarForce822

66.4

3. MSI G3Ti500 Pro-VTG

67.2

4. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure

67.9

Overclocking Benchmark Results
5. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure (280/600)

70.1

RTCW (640x480 Normal atdemo8) Benchmark Results
Video Card FPS Ranking
1. Asus V7700Pro

178.4

2. MSI StarForce822

180.1

3. MSI G3Ti500 Pro-VTG

181.6

4. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure

181.9

Overclocking Benchmark Results
5. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure (280/600)

183.4

At the lower resolutions, the system is all CPU limited. That's obvious because even the GeForce2 Pro's fps are very close to those of cards about $200-300 more. Turning up the resolution should solve this!

This is evident in the atdemo8 benchmarks, which is more of a overall system benchmark. In atdemo6, even with a XP running at 1.8 GHz, the test system is still all cpu limited.

RTCW (1024x768-32bit MAX atdemo6) Benchmark Results
Video Card FPS Ranking
1. Asus V7700Pro

57.8

2. MSI StarForce822

61.3

3. MSI G3Ti500 Pro-VTG

64.5

4. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure

64.1

Overclocking Benchmark Results
5. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure (280/600)

67.9

RTCW (1024x768-32bit MAX atdemo8) Benchmark Results
Video Card FPS Ranking
1. Asus V7700Pro

141.2

2. MSI StarForce822

169.1

3. MSI G3Ti500 Pro-VTG

172.3

4. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure

173.2

Overclocking Benchmark Results
5. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure (280/600)

177.6

Even at 1024x768 with MAX settings, the system is barely being pushed. Only the GeForce2 Pro starts really losing ground. All other GeForce3's do pretty well however.

RTCW (1600x1200-32bit MAX atdemo6) Benchmark Results
Video Card FPS Ranking
1. Asus V7700Pro

34.2

2. MSI StarForce822

49.5

3. MSI G3Ti500 Pro-VTG

52.4

4. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure

52.4

Overclocking Benchmark Results
5. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure (280/600)

54

RTCW (1600x1200-32bit MAX atdemo8) Benchmark Results
Video Card FPS Ranking
1. Asus V7700Pro

61.4

2. MSI StarForce822

96.1

3. MSI G3Ti500 Pro-VTG

105.3

4. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure

106.4

Overclocking Benchmark Results
5. Asus V8200Ti500 Pure (280/600)

115.3

As expected, the V7700Pro is bringing it up in the rear. Both GeForce3 Ti500's break the 100 fps barrier at 1600x1200 in the atdemo8 demo which is quite a feat in itself! With the atdemo6 benchmark the test system is still CPU limited at 1600x1200 pixels.

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Contents of Article: Asus V8200Ti500 Pure
 Pg 1.  Asus V8200Ti500 Pure Videocard Review
 Pg 2.  Overclocking The V8200Ti500
 Pg 3.  — Gaming Benchmarks
 Pg 4.  Conclusions

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