PowerMagic ATI Radeon 7500 in the test: The old middle class re-drilled
The 3DMark 2000 has already found a successor, but it is ideally suited to give a statement about the Direct3D performance of the graphics cards. Although its results cannot be transferred to games because it is a synthetic benchmark, it is still used everywhere and is simply part of every test.
The Radeon 7500 cannot compete with the competitors from Nvidia in any way under 16 bits and falls clearly behind. In 32Bit the sheet looks a little different from a resolution of 1280x1024. The higher memory bandwidth of the Radeon 7500 suddenly seems to give it a head start here, so that it can, if only just barely, place itself in front of the GeForce2 Ti.
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