nVidia GeForce4 MX 440 in the test: Inno3D, Gainward, Leadtek and Prolink in comparison
- 1 Foreword
- Overview of maps
- 3 The chip in detail
- 4 Test system
- 17 FSAA performance
- 19 Overclocking
- 21 Summary
Serious Sam is also a popular OpenGL first person shooter with its own 3D engine. The test was carried out with the 32-bit HQ ++ benchmarking script from 3DCenter (all 32-bit max, 32-bit textures, etc.) and the 16-bit counterpart. The demo was a 'Peaceful Night in Karnak'.
Except for the premier class, all resolutions are playable Frame rates blessed, only in 1600 it gets a little choppy. Here, too, the innovations in the GeForce4MX fall on fertile ground, but the differences between the two rivals are not particularly great. Thanks to sensible programming of the engine and four or five-fold multitexturing, the Kyro II can also show what it's made of and from 1280 it even puts the two 'small' GeForce's in its pocket.
On the next page: FSAA performance