Mainstream PCI Express Graphics Cards Review: PowerColor X600 XT vs. Albatron Trinity PCX 5750. Page 6
[12/06/2004 06:29 PM | Graphics]
by Alexey Stepin
We would like to introduce to you two new graphics cards with PCI Express interface targeted for the mainstream market segment. They offer decent price-to-performance ratio for those who are in search for a graphics card right now but do not wish to invest a fortune into it. Check out the review to see if it is the right time to make a purchase now, or what shall you look into later this and early next year.
Performance in First Person 3D Shooters
Call of Duty
We see the outcome of PowerColor’s experiments with the clock rates of its card – it is much slower than the reference RADEON X600 XT. What’s more, the PowerColor card is even worse than the original RADEON X600 PRO! On the other hand, this doesn’t prevent the PowerColor X600 XT from outperforming the Trinity PCX 5750.
We see a rare picture when we turn on full-screen anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering – the Albatron Trinity PCX 5750, a card with a NVIDIA GPU, becomes a leader. It is competing with the RADEON X600 XT and leaves it behind at overclocking. That’s just the beginning, though. Let’s see what we have in other tests.
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