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Running the Voodoo under the Direct3D engine shows that the quality gets definitely worse. The sky looks less smooth, the transparency of the fog is less than above.

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Other cards can do it better under Direct3D. However please look at the sky and the artifacts at the rock on the right.

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You can't really play with this engine. I just wonder what's wrong with the Rage Pro's Direct3D interface. It can't be Turok, because 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D an unknown card as the SiS wouldn't look as good as it does under Direct3D. The statement that the Rage Pro runs every Direct3D game is simply wrong.

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Even the image quality produced under Turok's special Rage Pro engine is simply bad. As addition to this, the frame rate is bad too. The waterfall is not filtered as fine as in the reference picture below and the sky and clouds don't look as good as on the Voodoo either.

However, the RIVA doesn't seem to lack of any particular feature when running Turok, it just doesn't look quite as good as it could. Compared to the reference picture the sky and clouds aren't transparent at all, looks as if the PowerVR produces some really heavy weather. The waterfall isn't fultered very well and there seems to be a Z-information problem with the rock on the left. All in all is Turok playable, doesn't look too bad, but most other cards are offering a better image quality under Turok.

3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D you compare it to the reference picture of the Voodoo below, you'll only notice slightly less transparency of the fog as well as a less realistic 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D surface.

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Considering that the Rendition chip doesn't even use its own RRedline, but the Direct3D 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D, shows how high the image quality of this chip is. If you compare it to the reference picture below, you'll only see that the fog produced by the Fire GL Pro is less transparent and that the reflexions on the water are looking less realistic. The 3DLabs Permedia 2 chip that's used here runs also only under Direct3D, not under a special engine.

Turok does definitely look well on the Fire GL Pro. However the smoke that's produced when shooting is somehow rastered, as you can see below.

These strange rasters are not produced by the Diamond Fire GL Pro, although it uses the same graphic chip. No bilinear filtering makes the image look ridiculously, it's no miracle that the framerate is higher than of other Permedia 2 cards.

That's what Turok looks like when using driver build with the Dynamite. Please notice the nice waterfall and the little birdies Image Quality SiS This slow and pretty unknown graphic chip produces a quite nice image quality. It's the sky and the fog that are looking worse than the reference picture. This is how Direct3D can look on a chip that is certainly not specially supported by Turok and has probably never been 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D by 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D either.

ATI should have a close look at this picture, before they accuse Turok to be the reason for the bad image quality of the Rage Pro chip in Turok.

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Discussion of the Rendition Verite 2x00 Family of Graphic Chips When the new generation of graphic chips started shipping last year, it took quite a while until the first cards with Rendition's Verite 2x00 turned up on the market. If you listen around large graphic card vendors, you wonder what the future of Rendition looks like, since I hardly came across any vendor that is planning future graphic cards with Rendition 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D.

This seems pretty sad to me, because the current Verite 2k chips are far from uninteresting and I think that Rendition certainly deserves a lot of respect in the 3D chip market still. Let's hope that they'll get a better reputation soon, because I think that the current products with Rendition chips are far from unattractive 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D I can take pride in saying that I was one of the first who published that.

Rather than that is this article meant to discuss the 3D performance aspects of these two cards.

First of all, what's the difference between V and V? It's actually less than you might think. This can be a performance advantage in case you have a monitor that supports Hz refresh rate at x, because the 3D performance of the V2x00 is depending on the refresh rate due to the well 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D 'flip at vsync' issue.

This 'flip at vsync' means that the graphic chip may only draw a new page into the screen buffer memory when a whole picture has been displayed on the screen. The lower the refresh rate, the more often the graphic chip has to wait 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D it can transfer a new picture into the frame buffer and hence the fps go 3Dfx Voodoo Rush AT3D. Hercules also allows you to switch off this feature, but the game becomes unplayable by that, which does not happen in case of a Voodoo.

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