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Albatron FX5600EQ
By: SPeeD
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    2003-10-08

    Table of Contents:
  • Albatron FX5600EQ
  • Setup and Benchmarking
  • Benchmarking Part 2
  • Benchmarking Part 3
  • Overclocking And Conclusion

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    Albatron FX5600EQ - Benchmarking Part 2


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    Benchmarks Continued

    DroneZmarK

    As seen on the DroneZ website: "DroneZmarK is an OpenGL benchmark / rolling demo released in 2001 to exploiting the technologies of NVIDIA's GeForce 3 and Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz. We took a lot of possible game scenes and assembled them in the game engine to provide a stunning non-interactive rolling demo of what the game would be." While the demo is a bit dated, results could be interesting nonetheless.  

    Ok, this benchmark reminds me of Comanche4 which I decided to drop from my benchmarking suite since performance gains are very slight even when moving to high-end GPU's. The Ti 4200 does take a slight lead as anticipated with no AA/AF enabled.


    Code Creatures

    One of the most intensive benchmarks out there (if you happen to still have a copy as it is currently unavailable officially). I enjoy running code creatures as it brings just about every video card available to it's knees.

    With no AA/AF enabled, surprisingly the GF FX5600 comes out on top I had anticipated the raw horsepower required by this game would give the Ti 4200 the edge, but looks like I was wrong. Below are the screenshots of the overall performance score.

    GF Ti 4200

    GF FX 5600

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