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Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe in the test: The video talent with shutter glasses

Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe in the test: The video talent with shutter glasses

Jedi Knight II

From Lucas Arts is the long-awaited sequel to the first computer episode of the adventures of Kyle Katarrn. Swinging your lightsaber you wander through locations in the Star Wars universe to put a stop to the dark side of the force. In contrast to Quake III, on whose engine Jedi Knight II is based, neither the sound nor the graphics card is limited and there is only a difference between the cards in the highest resolutions. In the meantime we have patched Jedi Knight to version 1.04, which also brought a new time demo at the same time, so the results are in no way comparable to previous tests.

Jedi Knight II v1.04
  • 1024x768x32:
    • Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe
      110.8
    • Radeon8500 LE
      108.9
      *
    • Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe'HQ'
      107,4
    • GeForce3
      103.7
    • Radeon8500 LE 'HQ'
      84, 4
      *
    • GeForce3 'HQ'
      64, 0
  • 1280x1024x32:
    • Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe
      110,6
    • Radeon8500 LE
      108,4
      *
    • GeForce3
      103.4
    • Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe 'HQ'
      79.8
    • GeForce3 'HQ'
      42,1
    • Radeon8500 LE 'HQ'
      40,5
      *
  • 1600x1200x32:
    • Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe
      109,9
    • Radeon8500 LE
      96.7
      *
    • GeForce3
      80,4
    • Asus V8460 Ultra Deluxe 'HQ'
      53,9
    • GeForce3 'HQ'
      27,5
    • Radeon8500 LE 'HQ'
      0,0
      with QAA not possible.
GF4TI standard
Radeon8500 HQ

* Due to a still not fixed bug in the drivers of the Radeon8500 we had to increase the texture quality of this card from 'very high'Switch back to 'high', otherwise unusually low frame rates would have come out regardless of the resolution (