Home > Benchmarks > GeForce FX Benchmarks GeForce FX Benchmarks Guest post by Kevin Adams 2003-01-06 Benchmarks 8 Comments “We preview nVidia’s latest 3D wunderkind and handicap the inevitable battle with ATI. World exclusive benchmarks! Brought to you by Maximum PC.” Read the article at Maximum PC. 8 Comments 2003-01-06 4:03 pm These benchmarks are pretty much in line with what I have read elsewhere considering that this is not yet at release quality. It is funny to see nVidia playing catch-up to ATI, though. I just hope that the GeForce4 ti prices continue to fall… 2003-01-06 4:48 pm If Matrox had managed to get its revision 2 of the Parhelia put together properly in time, it might just have been a hair faster than the Radeon 9700Pro. Now that would be pretty funny. 2003-01-06 5:47 pm I still has ATI Rage IIc with 4MB of memory… I bet for me the benchmark results would be: Quake3 Demo001, 1600×1200 2xAA: 0.0000000000001 fph UT 2003 Asbestos, 1600×1200 2xAA: 0.000000001E-999 fph 3DMark Game4, 1600×1200 2xAA: BOOOOOOOM!!!!!!! he he… I’ll have to wait for the age of 26-30 ’till I’ll get a new comp. 2003-01-06 5:52 pm Better yet, I can’t wait for the ATI 9700pro prices to drop. 2003-01-06 9:45 pm I miss 3dfx 2003-01-06 9:58 pm Nvidia is it would seem, a little shy in testing the FX in benchmarks that are the Radeon 9700’s forte 1600 x 1200 with 4xAA and 12xAntistrophic filtering. I wonder why? Still with this release and the advent of the next ATI chip prices will continue to drop but I see that Nvidia has dropped the ball. Let’s hope competition is maintained for the consumers sake. 2003-01-07 2:11 am I wonder what ATi has in store for us with the next itteration of the Radeon… 2003-01-07 3:33 am > Nvidia is it would seem, a little shy in testing the FX in benchmarks that are > the Radeon 9700’s forte 1600 x 1200 with 4xAA and 12xAntistrophic filtering. > I wonder why? Because they have not yet worked out all the bugs in the card yet. Because that is common behavior in the industry. Because when the card is released we will see lots of benchmarks without such restrictions. > Still with this release and the advent of the next ATI chip prices will continue > to drop but I see that Nvidia has dropped the ball. You see from these few benchmarks that nVidia has “dropped the ball”? > Let’s hope competition is maintained for the consumers sake. I do not see it failing.