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ATi Rage Fury MAXX Videocard Review
ATi Rage Fury MAXX Videocard Review - PCSTATS
Less than top notch performance in the 3D gaming arena is what caused many gaming enthusiasts to shy away from ATi. Though ATi had the potential for becoming the 3D market leader, delays plagued the path of the Rage 128 chip on the way to market shelves. And in this industry, time is as valuable as money. So rather than being recognized as a leader in the graphics industry, OEM sales for low priced PC's and laptop's were their bread and butter.
 70% Rating:   
Filed under: Video Cards Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: ATI May 26 2000   P. Masrani  
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Quake III Arena

Testing OpenGL performance, here is a look at our testing results...

The most interesting thing we see here is the fact that 16-bit and 32-bit performance are almost identical under the Rage Fury MAXX. Though we do not witness a drop in frame rates from moving up from 16-bit to 32-bit, the 16-bit number are quite low as they are when compared to the performance of others. Even the Voodoo 3 3000 takes the lead in one instance. But when colour depths increase and resolution goes higher, the Rage Fury MAXX closes the performance gap between the DDR-based Geforce card quite a bit.

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Contents of Article: ATI Rage Fury MAXX
 Pg 1.  ATi Rage Fury MAXX Videocard Review
 Pg 2.  AFR, SLI, huh?
 Pg 3.  Fillrate and Memory Bandwidth
 Pg 4.  — Quake III Arena
 Pg 5.  Unreal Tournament
 Pg 6.  DVD and Conclusion

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