it is a synthetic benchmark, it is quite easy to test
the Direct3D capabilities of a video card with 3D Mark 2000 from MadOnion. Benchmark was run in "Default"
drivers show a nice, almost 6% performance increase.
It's cool to see that there is still headroom left to
tweak the GeForce architecture. What is kind of surprising,
though, is that the High Polygon Count tests actually
dropped a bit. nVidia received a lot of heat for the
poor performance of its T&L engine when more than
one light source was used. I would have expected them
to address this area...unless that is all the hardware
By now most people have seen the comments nVidia made
about 3D Mark 2000. If you haven't please visit PlanetGeForce to see what Derek Perez, of nVidia, had