Max Payne

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NVIDIA GeForce 3 Titanium 500 Review - Graphics Cards  1

Max Payne is my favorite game at the moment, and if any game can push your video card to the limit this is it.

Max Payne uses Remedy’s DirectX 8 3D engine as in MadOnion 3DMark 2001 and because is doesn’t come with its own benchmark, I used 3D concepts shooting Alex demo.

Max Payne comes with lots of photo digitized textures, radiosity lighting and hardware T&L combined; so with the added features that are available with the new XP Deternators both the Geforce 3 & the Ti500 should perform very well

NVIDIA GeForce 3 Titanium 500 Review - Graphics Cards  2

NVIDIA GeForce 3 Titanium 500 Review - Graphics Cards  3

NVIDIA GeForce 3 Titanium 500 Review - Graphics Cards  4

The difference between the two cards is not as large here but this is due to the nature of the game, at the lower resolution the Ti500 leads its brother by about 10 fps, but as the resolution increases the margin between the two cards gets smaller until there is no difference.

Even with little difference between the two cards I must admit that 44 fps at 1600 X 1200 is very respectable.

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