Unreal Tournament 2004
The Chrome S27’s high fill rate and high core frequency help it leave the rest of the participating graphics cards far behind (except for the GeForce 6600 GDDR2) in this rather old and pixel-shader-free game. The “eye candy” mode is unavailable even on the Chrome S27, however, due to the big performance hit the card suffers. The GeForce 6600 GDDR2 on its part can offer you a speed of 80fps and higher with FSAA enabled. We guess if the S3 Chrome S27 supported multi-sampling, it would be that fast, too. Don’t forget that its memory works at 700 (1400) MHz!
The same is true for the Metallurgy map, but the frame rate is generally higher here, the scene being less complex. The Chrome S27 is 20-25% ahead of the RADEON X1300 PRO.