Asus 2600XT and 2600Pro - ATI mid range performance


Article <script type="text/javascript" src=""></script> Posted 07/08/07
Author: Matt Kemp
Source: Asus


Overclocking was performed using Rivatuner. At no point was any other tool or mod used other than simply raising the clock speeds in Riva.

I did the best "quick OC" I could, running 3DMark06 as a performance and stability benchmark.


The results were as follows:

overclock %'age

As you can see the overclocks on the ATI cards varied a little, but generally were pretty decent. Here the "Pro" version of the cards did very well.

3DMark06 Overclocked

Let's see the difference a little overclock makes shall we?

3dmark06 overclocked

A nice difference in scores for the two cards there...but I'm not sure the overclocking alone is enough to dig them out of their 3DMark mire.
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Most Recent Comments

17-08-2007, 17:22:49

The first thing I thought was, Ouch...

That's a nice review kemp, and i'm pretty surprised by it.Quote

17-08-2007, 20:00:45

Originally Posted by name='MikeEnIke'
The first thing I thought was, Ouch...

That's a nice review kemp, and i'm pretty surprised by it.
Surprised at the performance?Quote

17-08-2007, 20:40:21

Originally Posted by name='Kempez'
Surprised at the performance?
Yea surprised that it kinda sucks... a bit upset poor AMD lolQuote

20-08-2007, 05:50:36

Mr. Smith
They suck hard.

Shame really.

Edit: I'd just like to add this came as no supise considering this whole 2900 fiasco. This generation of gfx card ahs been a failure for AMD.Quote

20-08-2007, 16:28:58

I agree

And it makes me a sad panda

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