Albatron Medusa GeForce4 Ti 4800SE
Posted on: 03/25/2003 09:00 AM

3DMark 2001 is an installment in the popular 3DMark series. By combining DirectX®8 support with completely new graphics, it continues to provide benchmark results that empower you to make informed hardware assessments. As with all MadOnion.com internet-enabled benchmarks, 3DMark2001 has been created in cooperation with the major 3D accelerator and processor manufacturers to provide you with the best possible and most reliable set of diagnostic tools. We’ve also included a completely new demo-mode, which demonstrates some of the latest innovations and advances that real-time 3D Graphics can offer!

The Second Edition is a major enhancement to its 3DMark® benchmark solution, originally launched in 1998. Combining DirectX 8.1 support with the latest in 3D graphics, 3DMark2001 SE objectively measures how effectively a PC runs 3D graphics applications and provides users with an online results comparison tool that allows them to make informed hardware assessments and upgrade decisions

Using
Remedy Entertainment's acclaimed MAX-FX Technology™, 3DMark2001 demonstrates how to maximize your 3D gaming performance by using real-world gaming technology to test your system's true game performance abilities.

We ran a standard test in 32 bit resolutions ranging from 1024x768 up to 1600x1200. And any videocard will be tested severely with this benchmark of which the Second Edition registered Pro version was used.  And remember the fact that 3D Mark is not a game and can not be seen as such ...

3D Mark 2001 SE Pro

1024x768

1280x1024

1600x1200

GeForce4 MX 440

6099

4893

4045

Radeon 9000 Pro

7310

5854

4556

GeForce3 Ti 500

8147

6787

5578

GeForce4 Ti 4200 64 MB

9774

7960

6511

Albatron Ti 4800 SE

10620

8644

7175

Albatron Ti 4800 SE 3000+

12277

9762

7794

GeForce4 Ti 4600

10827

9000

7525

Radeon 9700 4x FSAA

9153

7218

5675

Radeon 9700 16x Anistropic

9491

7705

6286

Radeon 9500 Pro

10743

8940

7246

Radeon 9700

11693

10175

8742

GeForce FX 5800 ultra

11507

10398

9295

Radeon 9700 Pro

12137

10861

9661

You can already see where this is heading eh ? The benchmarks are very clear.. the Albatron Ti 4800 SE is one fast bugger. When you play around with a faster system and CPU then performance will scale higher at standard resolutions.




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