Excerpt: Introduction This is a translation from the original review at kbench.com . Since the announcement of Radeon, nVidia has announced their next generation product earlier than expected and is showing signs of discomfort. Maybe only so in my eyes... and the ATi fans.
Summary: Well, it looks as if ATI decided to compete with NVIDIA in the sub-$150 graphics cards market and introduced a product.In fact, it is the RADEON based graphics card equipped with SDR memory, that's why it falls right into sub-$150 pricegroup. This card is ATI RADEON 32MB SDR and due to HyperZ brand technology it performs not bad at all.
Conclusion: At lower resolutions the Radeon SDR falls behind the GeForce2 MX, however at the higher resolutions (around 1024 x 768 x 32 and above), the Radeon SDR begins to perform more along the lines of a Voodoo5 5500 or a GeForce DDR. In terms of FSAA quality and performance, not much has changed since we did our FSAA Comparison , so for more information on how the Radeon stacks up there take a look at the comparison.