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PowerMagic ATI Radeon 7500 in the test: The old middle class re-drilled

PowerMagic ATI Radeon 7500 in the test: The old middle class re-drilled

3DMark2000

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.

3DMark2000-16
3DMark2000-32

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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