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The nice people who run hardware site Kbench in Korea have pointed out to us it has a set of Matrox G400 32Mb benchmarks on its site. And indeed it has. According to Kbench, the benchmarks used a Pentium II overclocked from 400MHz to 448MHz, a Gigabyte GA-BX 2000 board using the 440BX chipset, 128Mb of six nanosecond SDRAM, a Quantum EX 6.4G hard drive, and the G400 32Mb card which uses six nanosecond SGRAM. "G400 is very strong in 32bit and 1024x768 above resolution," says the Webmaster. "Matrox has claimed the G400 is under NDA till May 20th. But we are authorised by our distributor. The benchmarks compare the G400 from Matrox with the TNT-2 and the Voodoo 3. Go here for the benchmarks, and here for the games performance. ®

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