I saw at VE that ZDNet has posted a PC Magazine graphics card roundup that includes most of the newer cards on the market. You can jump right to the benchmarks results if you're impatient. The test suite isn't anything terribly out of the ordinary, but it does include DVD CPU utilization scores and a "Content Creation Winstone".
As you might expect, Matrox got the nod as a "business" card, and Creative's GeForce card put the smack down in the 3D testing. However, even though I know Matrox cards are nice in terms of video signal quality and the like, I have to wonder, outside the realm of professional artists, how much difference there really is between for most "business" use between one card and another.
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