Legit Video Card Reviews
ATI X1000 Series Video Card Roundup
|Product:||X1300 Pro, X1600XT, X1800XL, X1800XT|
|Date:||Sun, Dec 18, 2005 - 12:00 AM|
|Written By:||Brian Wallace -|
Call of Duty 2
Call of Duty 2 was tested with a custom multi-player demo. Quality Settings were set to max, DX9 rendering, and Trilinear filtering, except for 6200TC which got Bilinear filtering. Optimize for SLI was enabled for all cards.
First off we see the 6200TC is not playable even at 800x600. Only after turning everything down (or hitting auto set) was this game playable at anything over 640x480.
The X1300 Pro has a sweet spot of 8x6 with High Quality, anything higher and it really starts to slow down.
What a surprise! With no AA the X1600XT pulls off wins over not only the 6800GT, but the X850XT PE as well. With AA enabled it still manages to steal a win from both cards at 1600x1200, although at 11 FPS it?s really a moot point.
The X1800XL really shines in this test compared to the X850XT PE and 6800GT.
Finally we have the 7800GTX with slightly lower numbers than the X1800XT with AA off, but a slight lead at higher resolutions when AA is enabled.
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Page 1 - Introduction
Page 2 - Under The Hood
Page 3 - Ring Bus Memory Controller
Page 4 - The ATI X1300 Pro, X1300 and X1300 HyperMemory:
Page 5 - The ATI X1600 XT and X1600 Pro
Page 6 - X1800 XT and X1800 XL
Page 7 - Features
Page 8 - Test Setup
Page 9 - Chronicles of Riddick
Page 10 - Doom 3
Page 11 - Far Cry
Page 12 - Serious Sam 2
Page 13 - Call of Duty 2
Page 14 - 3D Mark 2005
Page 15 - Adaptive Anti-Aliasing charts
Page 16 - Adaptive Anti-Aliasing cont.
Page 17 - Final Thoughts and Conclusions