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Friday, October 29, 2010
Inno3D GT 430 review

3. 3DMark Hall Of Fame

We start with the results coming out from Futuremark's benchmarks. These include the results of the 3DMark 05, 3DMark 06 and the 3DMark Vantage software tests.

Starting with the 3D Mark 05 benchmark, the Inno3D GT 430 got just 14227 points, which is a low performance, even compared with its predecessor, the Nvidia GT 240 series:

At the 3DMark 06 benchmark the Inno3D GT 430 scored 8322 points, which is also low:

The 3DMark Vantage tests the performance of each card in different resolutions. We charted the GT 240, GT 430, GT 220 and an older 9600GT graphics card. According to the test, the GT 430 seems to be more powerful than the GT 220 series, but not the GT240:




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