Leadtek Winfast GeForce 2 MX DH Pro

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The Leadtek Winfast GeForce 2 MX DH Pro
An MX With all the Goodies...

By Marco "BigWop" Chiappetta
December 21, 2000

H.H. Test System
Movin' on up...

InWin Full Tower ATX Case w/ 300W PS, Pentium III 933EB., Asus CUSL2 (i815) Motherboard and Leadtek Winfast GeForce 2 MX DH Pro 32MB  AGP Card, 256MB of PC133 True CAS2 SDRAM from Mushkin, IBM 30GB 7200 RPM ATA/100 Hard Drive, Plextor UltraPlex 40max CDROM, WinME, DirectX 8, nVidia reference drivers (Detonator 3 6.31)

Benchmarks With The Leadtek Winfast GeForce 2 MX DH Pro
We're movin' now!

We ran a suite of benchmarks on the DH Pro at both it's default and over-clocked speeds.  Our tests included MadOnion's 3D Mark 2000 v1.1 to test Direct 3D performance, MadOnion's Video 2000 to test video quality and playback, and MDK 2 and Quake 3 to test OpenGL performance.

First up is 3D Mark 2000...

3D MARK 2000 v1.1

We had good luck overclocking this card, let's see what kind of effect it had on it's Direct 3D performance.

Some nice increases...especially at the higher resolutions.  Time for Video 2000...

VIDEO 2000

Again some decent numbers. Video and DVD playback is not a week point for the DH Pro.  

I'm sure all of you are interested in some "in-game" numbers, so to test the DH Pro's OpenGL prowess we ran MDK2's built-in timedemo at 16 and 32-Bit color depths, at both it's default and over-clocked speeds.


I'd bet that while over-clocked we see nice performance increases at higher-resolutions...

Ah Ha! Told ya!  I'd almost say that at 1280x1024x32 MDK2 was perfectly playable, but I'm a 60FPS+ kind of guy.  Your opinion may differ on this but either way these are decent frame rates.  Let's see what kind of numbers we see with Quake 3 Arena.

More Over-clocking, Quake 3 and The Rating


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