Elsa ErazorX & 3D Revelators

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Elsa's Erazor X - GeForce & Revelator 3D Shutter Glasses

Breaking out from the "me too" crowd.



Our Test System

Full Tower ATX Case w/ 300W PS, Pentium3 -533B Overclocked to 600 MHz.(Provided By OutsideLoop Computers), Soyo SY-6BA+IV DMA66 capable motherboard, 128MB of PC133 HSDRAM, WD 18G 7200RPM DMA66 Hard Drive, Elsa Erazor X AGP with 32MB , Kenwood 72X CDROM, Win 98SE, DirectX 7, Elsa Release Drivers version based on NVidia 3.53 reference drivers




Quake 3 Arena Timedemo 

First we ran the tests overclocked at 150MHz. core and 180MHz. memory clocks. We ran both the Quake3 Arena demo version 1.08 and the full release version of Quake 3 Arena. The reason we did this was to give you a basis for comparison with respect to the Leadtek GeForce card we reviewed recently.

We also ran tests at the the default core and memory clock frequencies for the full release version of Quake 3.

Quake 3 Arena Demo version 1.08 - Timdemo


Quake 3 Arena Full Release Timedemo

What is very interesting here is the fact that the full release version of Quake 3 Arena is about 10% slower in terms of frame rate on the GeForce. This will probably track the same way for other cards as well. Never the less, it is apparent on the Q3A Demo tests that the higher core and memory overclock capability of the Erazor X yields top performance.

And now for a quick D3D test...

Forsaken Ship Demo @ 150MHz. Core and 180MHz. Memory


Once again the math is simple. Higher clock speeds = higher frame rate for the Erazor X.

We didn't want to bore you with another D3D test in 16 bit color. We decided to have a little more fun. 

Erazor X - GeForce 3D Mark 2000

T&L Benchmarks ! --->

Tags:  3D, Tor, Elsa

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