GIGABYTE GV-R9700 ATI GRAPHICS DRIVER DETAILS:
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GIGABYTE GV-R9700 ATI GRAPHICS DRIVER
This map is the most requiring when using our Fly By mode. One thing we noticed with the Radeon when running UT is that the Quality Aniso setting is much slower than the Performance setting, but the difference in image quality is almost none existent.
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The Ti is knocked out rather qhickly in this test. As we lowered things to the performance setting the framrate rose from 59 to 75 fps and the Radeon took an astounding Once again the difference is as big as smooth Gigabyte GV-R9700 ATI Graphics and an almost static picture.
Its time to find out how UT reacts to some overclocking. At some points the gameplay dropped far below what is considered to be playable. So far Gigabyte GV-R9700 ATI Graphics have only looked at the performance with both FSAA and Aniso enabled, however we thought it would be interesting to see how the cards perform with only one of the options enabled at a time.
Therefore the nVidia card is at a slight disadvantage when compared to at the quality setting. As we can see from the scores, the Radeon Pro is still CPU limited at this requiring setting, whilst the Gigabyte GV-R9700 ATI Graphics has lost fps compared to the default benchmarks. When running the cards under the Quality Aniso setting, things start to look a little different.
The Radeon is still CPU limited in all test. The Ti on the other hand loses an entire 80 fps when we turn Aniso up to 8x. First out are some FSAA tests.
This card is simply amazing. In the above chart Gigabyte GV-R9700 ATI Graphics represents the Performance setting and Q stands for the Quality setting. Our reference card the Ti is left out in the cold at these settings. As mentioned before, the Quality setting severely hurts the cards performance. Since the image quality between the two settings is negligible and the performance difference is huge we can hardly recommend anyone to run UT with Quality settings. An interesting fact is that 2xPerformance Aniso actually was faster than normal Trilinear filtering.
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The next test is UT The numbers speak for themselves. Once again this makes up the difference between an unplayable game at 25 fps and the super smooth ride with the Radeon rendering a thrilling Gigabyte GV-R9700 ATI Graphics fps. This is not even the end even though the GeForce 4 wishes it was.
The scores at these settings are insane. In fact, some monitors even have problems with edge steepness levels that are too high.
Gigabyte Maya II GV-R9700 Pro
The only way to be absolutely sure of your purchase is to check the display quality with your own monitor. Of course, you'll first have to find a store that installs the card in a test computer and allows people to bring their own monitors.
And that's an almost impossible task, considering the influence of the Internet on shopping habits and the tendency to focus on low prices and gloss over sales advice. Anyway, it's about time that creaky analog transmission was dumped and that CRT monitors Gigabyte GV-R9700 ATI Graphics only controlled digitally. The digital input could be converted to analog within the monitor and optimized for its picture tube.
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Gigabyte Gigabyte GV-R9700 ATI Graphics Co., Ltd. today announced the addition of the GV-R PRO Based on the Ati VGA product, the GV-R PRO will deliver breakneck The GV-R PRO is the first available graphics accelerators to fully support. 1 x S-video output. Graphics Engine.
ATI Radeon PRO. Bus Type. AGP 8x. API Supported. OpenGL, DirectX, Direct3D. Manufacturer. Gigabyte Technology.