No video card review
would be complete without a slew of Quake 3
numbers, time to see where the Leadtek DH Pro
stands. First up is Quake 3's
"Fastest" setting...it's not the
prettiest because it only uses 16-Bit color and
16-Bit textures, but we have to start somewhere
complaints here, the DH Pro broke 100 frames per
second at every resolution tested. Next up
is the "Normal" setting...
we see some nice numbers at every
resolution. Quake 3's "High
Quality" setting is where we can really
stress a video card. For this test we pitted
the DH Pro again the Abit Siluro MX we reviewed a
couple weeks back.
Abit card didn't over-clock as high as the Leadtek
DH Pro but it held it's own while over-clocked.
Both of the cards performed within a few points of
Leadtek GeForce 2 MX DH Pro stayed above the
"magic" 60 FPS all the way up to
1024x768. We were glad to see that!
Leadtek GeForce 2 MX DH Pro is great all-around
product, offering a slew of features and the kind
of performance associated with products that
usually carry a much higher price. At less than
$150(US) you'll be hard pressed to find another
card as well rounded as the DH Pro. We would
recommend the Leadtek GeForce 2 MX DH Pro to
anyone interested. The only thing keeping us
from giving the DH Pro a score of "10"
is because it doesn't perform at the same level of
it's "older brothers" based on the
GeForce 2 GTS. We give the Leadtek GeForce 2
MX DH Pro a HotHardware Heat meter rating of...
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