Max Payne

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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 PCGH´s Final Scene No.1 (VGA-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 Detonators both the GeForce 3 and the GeForce 4 MX 440 should perform very well

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Again the GeForce 4 MX completely annihilates the GeForce 2 MX, in fact the GeForce 2 MX fails to score at the higher resolution again. We see the GeForce 4 MX right up there with its bigger brother with only 5 fps difference at 1024X768 and 8.5 fps at 1200X1024; as the resolution hits 1600X1200 the difference is still under 10 fps, but with the GeForce 4 MX the game becomes un-playable, while its older brother is still passable.

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