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Workstation Smackdown (Nvidia Quadro DCC review)
Added on: Mon Feb 04 2002
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8omni (1600x1200x32 200 frames)

The trend continuesÖ.Older Geforce 2 users will be happy to note that though their cards donít support many of the new pixel/vertex shading features, they still are viable workstations cards, and hold their own.


8spot (1600x1200x32 200 frames)

Oh to be a light, shining brilliance on all who stood before me. Or at least revealing the performance of various nvidia accelerators. =)


Blitting (1600x1200x32 3000 frames. Yes thatís a lot of frames.)

To Blitt, or not to Blitt. Obviously itís the DCC thatís blitting the heck out of the rest of the cards, with poor Heidi mopping the floor when the rest of them are done.



 
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