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Inno3D Tornado GeForce2 Titanium in the test: rip-off or useful addition?

Inno3D Tornado GeForce2 Titanium in the test: rip-off or useful addition?

Quake 3 Arena

After only playing games/benchmarks using DirectX, we now want to take a closer look at the OpenGL performance. In addition, Quake 3 Arena was used at the beginning, which currently and probably also for the future provides the graphics engine from id-Software for some important game titles. The benchmark therefore provides very good information about the performance in current and future games that have the Quake3 engine.

Inno3D Tornado GeForce2 Titanium
Inno3D Tornado GeForce2 Titanium
Inno3D Tornado GeForce2 Titanium

In the low resolutions, all graphics cards are on par. Neither the faster memory nor the higher chip rate is of any use to any candidate. Especially with 'NormalSettings ', in which the memory clock is not that important, the higher chip clock of the GeForce2 Titanium quickly becomes noticeable in the higher resolutions, so that the Pro pulls it away with at least 5 frames. In the' Max Settings ', which have the place the greatest demands on the memory, the gap between the Titanium and Pro becomes smaller again and the Ultra can clearly show its strengths.

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