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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?

GL Excess

GL Excess actually only makes very low demands on the hardware and thus achieves very high frame rates of over 400 frames per second. However, this does not necessarily affect the quality of the effects shown, as there are some effects that are quite worth seeing.

Inno3D Tornado GeForce2 Titanium
Inno3D Tornado GeForce2 Titanium

With GL Excess the results are quite close together. The order remains the same as before, but the gaps have shrunk significantly. Only 5% lie between the test cards.

But despite the small gap, it is also evident here that the GeForce2 Titanium is ahead of the GeForce2 Pro in the areas where the memory is not yet the is an inhibiting component. This time the advantage of the GeForce2 Ultra in 32Bit over the Titanium is relatively small. GL excess seems fromnot to benefit as much from a fast memory clock as the other benchmarks did so far.

On the next page: GL Mark