this is my latest results, but the question is... IS THIS TRUE?!?!?!?!?!
well I just had myself a GTS and tried benchamaring the result is
2048+, next I tried changing the Antialiasing sample to 4X and got a score of 1400+, the thing that bothers me is my MX200's results were, 1200+ at 4X AA is 348
Pentium III 550 Mhz
128 RAM Cas Latency 2-2-2
Leadtek Winfast GeForce 2 GTS
AA kills FPS. But 1200+ for MX200 is O.K.
... and 2048 for GTS too, since you don't have a powerful CPU to load this card by 100%.
If you want more, then buy at least PIII-1.0GHz.
Yes, it's true.
With a 550MHz P3 system the GTS is spending a lot of time waiting for the CPU to catch up. The MX200 is running as fast as it can. If you want to see the GTS perform better you need to couple it with a faster CPU.
If I can use a car analogy-- you put a bigger engine (video card) in your system, but kept the same carburetor (CPU). You're wondering why the performance increase isn't the same as your friends with the same big V8. But he put a 4 barrel carburetor on his and you've still got the two-barrel that was on the six cylinder.
Hope this helps
Thats a good way to put it
You might want to have a look at your AGP aperture settings in your CMOS/BIOS. If they are too high or too low, you can make any bottlenecks even worse.
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