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Tom's ATi Rage Fury Pro review

Tom van Tom's Hardware Guide heeft een review in elkaar geknutseld rondom de ATI Rage Fury Pro. Dit is een opgefokte versie van de Rage 128 met een core/memory clock van 125/143MHz. Hieronder een gedeelte uit de review.

ATI traditionally has brought us a well-rounded graphics card that consists of acceptable 3D performance, leading edge DVD playback, video encoding hardware/software, digital flat panel support and the ability to ship in quantity. With this latest release, we are proven once again that ATI has all these abilities and there's hardly any doubt that the OEMs of this world will continue to rely on their proven graphics partner. However, supplying the performance that the competitors reached already 8 months ago won't make it easy for the single Rage 128 Pro cards in the retail market. People who want a perfect multimedia-bundle can't go wrong with the new ATi-product, performance hungry 3D-gamers however will rather wait for NVIDIA's GeForce256 or for 'Aurora'. With the release of GeForce256 we'll see the prices of TNT2 and TNT2 Ultra drop and the expected performance levels rise. When I asked ATi about this, they assured me that they would keep the pricing (of the Fury Pro) in competition with the TNT2.[break]Verder heeft Tom het ook nog even over de ATi Rage Fury MAXX, helaas niet echt hete info.[/break] So where does that put the Fury MAXX as far as performance? Theoretically this gives a 500MPixel/sec fill rate and 4GB/sec memory bandwidth. Although we're not allowed to publish numbers, we'll give you an idea of where the Fury MAXX sits as far as performance. From tests that we've run here in the lab, the benchmark scores in Expendable were some of the highest we've ever seen while in OpenGL (Quake Arena/Descent3) we saw performance numbers only topped by NVIDIA's upcoming GeForce256, which comes with the exact same fill rate (ATi quotes 480 Mpixels/s for GeForce, which is incorrect). Keep in mind this was with beta drivers, so performance may vary with the released product (should be on shelves around Christmas time). I want to also let it be known that it looked possible in future models to have a dual output from this card although it's not planned yet (think Dual Head).

Door Nieuwsposter

08-10-1999 • 17:28

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Bron: Tom's Hardware Guide

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