Over bij The Tech Zone is een vrij grote review te lezen van de Matrox G400 Max. Hier heb je wat over de 3D performance van deze kaart, hier staat de rest.
The Millennium G400 MAX can only be described as one hell of a Direct3D performer. Matrox have continued to build upon the excellent 3D image quality seen in the G200's but this time with a huge amount of horsepower behind them in both 16 and 32-bit color depths. The benchmark results from the Millennium G400 MAX on a PII 450 powered test system clearly show that it is being held up by the system up until 1280x1024 when the fill rate limitations start to kick in. From these results it looks like the G400 MAX will be very scaleable and will need a PIII or K7 to really make the most of it.
No matter how good the Direct3D performance of the G400 MAX is a large proportion of the gaming community will judge it solely on it's OpenGL performance. During testing the G400 OpenGL ICD has proved to be extremely stable. It has also produced some extremely impressive benchmarks, maybe somewhat disappointing a low resolutions in the light of results from other cards but it's a real contender at high resolutions and 32-bit color. The G400 MAX does give the feeling (especially when looking at the Direct3D benchmarks) that there is much more speed to come the OpenGL ICD, remember it is still a beta at this point, I saw an 11fps increase at 1600x1200 from the initial driver build I was using.