Conclusion: The Rage Fury MAXX plays an interesting role in the video card market right now. Overall, especially in high-resolution/32-bit color scenarios, it has a nice time beating the SDR GeForce at an equal price.
Conclusion: Final Words The Rage Fury MAXX plays an interesting role in the video card market right now. Overall, especially in high-resolution/32-bit color scenarios, it has a nice time beating the SDR GeForce at an equal price.
Conclusion: If it weren't for the outrageous price/performance rating of the Rage Fury Maxx, it would have gotten at least twice this score. As it is though, the Maxx runs WAY too slow compared to its biggest competitor to be even considered by a Hardcore Gamer for purchase, T&L support or not.
Pros: Great hardware DVD acceleration, ummm... Lots of room for improvement....?
Cons: Expensive as hell, AWFUL drivers, Very low performance for the cost, Resolutions limited to 1600x1200, even in 2d, No Windows 2000 support, even in 2d, Poor image quality when compared to its competitors, No hardware T&L, Installation issues with CD drivers, What good is DVD acceleration with no ...
Conclusion: The MAXX is probably the most unique video card today, as it takes a novel approach to the "scan-line interleave" idea in "Alternate Frame Rendering." Even though the ATI Rage Fury MAXX can't generally keep up in 3D performance, the fact remains that it is a fast video card by today's standards.
Summary: While NVIDIA, 3dfx and S3 are trying to think of a new chip, ATI decided to increase the amount of its chips per single card. Today we will disclose the peculiarities of ATI's new MAXX technology.
Summary: Leistungsmäßig kann die ATi Rage Fury MAXX besonders in Systemen mit schnellem
Prozessor und bei hohen Auflösungen mit gleichzeitig hoher Farbtiefe überzeugen.
Da gibt es überhaupt nichts zu meckern.
Das Handbuch ist eher zu vernachlässigen, da es praktisch nichts zu dokumentieren