Gigabyte GAGF2000 - Page 4
GA-GF2000 GF256 GTS 32MB DDR
Super stable and Super Fast,
Gigabyte Does it right...
Tower ATX Case w/ 300W PS, Pentium III 933EB @
S1854 (Via 133A) Motherboard and Gigabyte
GA-GF2000 GF256 GTS 32MB AGP Card, 256MB of
PC133 True CAS2 SDRAM from Mushkin, IBM 22Gig 7200
RPM ATA66 Hard Drive, Plextor UltraPlex 40max
98SE, DirectX 7.0a, nVidia reference
drivers version 5.32 & Detonator 3s.
With The GA-GF2000
Quake 3 at it's
"High Quality" setting has been known to
bring the most advanced video card to it's
knees. Let's see how the GA-GF2000 handles
the "High Quality" setting with texture
detail and geometry set to their respective
almost hit 100fps at 1024x768x32 folks! That
is impressive no matter which way you slice it.
just some of my quick philosophy. To me, if
you're interested in running your games with FSAA,
you're looking for the utmost in image
quality. Because of this reason, I ran the
FSAA benchmarks at Quake 3's "High
Quality" setting. The numbers are nice,
but realize that at the "Normal"
setting, or even lowing the texture detail
slightly would give these numbers a significant
looked fantastic and was fairly playable.
nVidia's 2x2 AA looks excellent and with virtually
any other game genre is playable even at higher
conclusion I have to say that the Gigabyte
GA-GF2000 was impressive. The combination of
Gigabyte's craftsmanship and nVidia's excellent
engineering, is a match made in "cyber"
heaven. Those looking for a no-nonsense high
performance gaming card that don't need bells and
whistles like TV-In or Out and aren't willing to
shell out the major bucks that a GeForce 2 GTS
Ultra will command, should look no further.
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