HIS Radeon 9800Pro IceQ Video Card

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Game Tests:

UT2003 v2225:

For the
UT2003 test, we ran the built in Asbestos botmatch benchmark. We set the
AA and AF settings through the driver. The graph shows the results after
using FRAPS to capture the FPS every second over the course of the benchmark.
The chart shows the Average FPS from the built in benchmark.

It seems
as if there is no real performance difference between the two tested cards
in UT2003 at any setting.

Return to Castle Wolfenstein v1.41:

For the
RTCW test, we ran a custom Checkpoint Demo with the “/timedemo 1″
setting in the game’s console. We set the AA and AF settings through the
driver. The graph shows the results after using FRAPS to capture the FPS
every second over the course of the benchmark. The chart shows the Average
FPS from the timedemo results.

Like
in UT2003, RTCW shows the 9800 Pro and the 5900 Ultra running pretty even.

Halo v1.01:

For the
Halo test, we ran the built in timedemo benchmark by adding “-timedemo”
at the end of our shortcut. We left AA and AF disabled for this test due
to its graphic intensity at default settings. The graph shows the results
after using FRAPS to capture the FPS every second over the course of the
benchmark. The chart shows the Average FPS from the built in timedemo.

Interestingly
enough, it looks like the 5900 Ultra is able to handle Halo a bit better
than the 9800 Pro. Normally I would say they are pretty even with the
Average FPS difference being 2.6 FPS, but when you are hovering around
the 30 FPS number, every frame per second counts.

Call of Duty:

For the
COD test, we ran a custom demo created by ViperLair with the “/timedemo
1″ setting in the games console. We set the AA and AF settings through
the driver. The graph shows the results after using FRAPS to capture the
FPS ever second over the course of the benchmark. The chart shows the
Average FPS from the timedemo results.

It seems
that Call of Duty is a pretty good for AA/AF stress testing. Our FRAPS
graph shows the 9800 Pro and 5900 Ultra still able to keep above the 30
FPS magic number in most cases.

Now on to IQ testing, Overclocking, and our Conclusion.

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