We see here that the Radeon does perform better then its main GeForce competitor, the GeForce2 Ti (or pretty much the same thing as a GeForce2 Pro). While it's not by that much, you will see how that changes at higher resolutions. At this point, it's outperforming the Ti by about 2%, but at the next level up, the Geforce3 Ti200 which is at the same price level of the Radeon 7500, is taking full charge by performing the Radeon by a whopping 32%. The Radeon is performing about 11% better then the regular GeForce2.
We see the same deal, but we start to see the gap with the Radeon and the Ti widening, while the gap with the Radeon and 7500 are coming closer together. The Radeon is now performing 8% better then the Ti, 28% worse then the Ti200, and 24% better then the normal GeForce2. This is where are starting to see Hyper-Z technology kick in allowing up to a 20% better bandwidth. Let's see how it does at 1600x1200.
Ok here, the GeForce2 wouldn't even run but the Radeon outperforms the Ti by 23%. The Ti200 loses a little bit more of the percentage gaing by outperforming the Radeon about 24%.
Overall, the Radeon did pretty good on 3DMark 2001 tests outperforming it's main competitor by a good amount, although the $199 Ti200 is kicking Radeon's butt and retails at the same price, so that's definitely something to take into consideration.
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