Bij Sharky Extreme is net een review gepost van de ATI Rage Fury Pro videokaart. Dit beestje krijgt de Rage128 Pro chip mee die geklokt is op 143MHz. Het 32MB geheugen draait op een acceptabele 155MHz. Hieronder een hap uit de test:
Right away the advantages of the Rage128 Pro's 32bpp engine become clear as the card produced its best results when set to that color depth, regardless of resolution.
ATI stresses their product's visual quality and as such they're big believers in 32bpp applicATIons. Their drivers are optimized well for that color depth, and the degree of software engineering becomes evident in test results like the 1024x768x32bpp scores for the Expendable Timedemo. In that test, the Rage Fury Pro bested the TNT2 card by approximately 30% and this lead was retained as the resolution went up to 1600x1200x16bpp.
The Rage Fury seemed to have trouble scoring well in the older DirectX5.0 compATIble Forsaken benchmark, as the TNT2 card trounced it in that test's 16bpp tests.
But where it really counts, in DirectX6.1+ and OpenGL engines at 32bbp color depths, the Rage Fury delivers the performance gamers demand when playing their favorite entertainment titles.
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