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DirectX 9 Cards on the Bench


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With the recent Triplex REDai Radeon 9600PRO 128MB we introduced the game "Tomb Raider: Angel of Darkness" as a benchmark. Regardless of what you may feel of the game, the importance of this as a benchmark is that this is one of the first available gaming titles to make use of Pixel Shader 2.0 functionality, meaning that DirectX9 boards are required to run the full functionality the game has. The developers have included numerous fall back modes to cover boards all the way from DX7 to DX9, but here we are only looking at DX9 performance with a number of DX9 boards from ATI and NVIDIA.


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