RIVA Station has been running a mass 3D accelerator competition for a few weeks now. Initially, it was limited to just the PIII + i815 platform. In a large update, they've recently added an Athlon C + KT133A board to the tests. They've also detailed the trials and tribulations of getting some of the older cards to work on these two platforms. There might be some helpful information for a few there.
In all, the article provides a intersting read and an intriguing view of how much the 3D accelerator market has grown around us. For those of you who were curious where your video card stands, it will also give you a clear view. Now all they need to do is add some Windows 2000 tests.
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