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  • PowerVR Kyro is a 12-million transistor graphics processing unit manufactured by STMicroelectronics on a 0.25 micron process. Comparisons were made to a GeForce2 MX graphics card, except in the 'Mercedes-Benz Truck Racing' benchmark where the GeForce 256 SDR graphics card was used instead.

    Windows 98, DirectX 7.0a
    Athlon ThunderBird 850 MHz/VIA KT133 chipset/256 MB PC133 SDRAM

    POWERVR KYRO - 115 MHz, 230 megatexels per second
    32 megabytes of single data rate SDRAM - 115 MHz, 1.85 gigabytes per second
    Driver version: 4.12.01.1544

    NVIDIA GEFORCE2 MX - 175 MHz, 700 megatexels per second
    32 megabytes of single data rate SDRAM -166 MHz, 2.7 gigabytes per second
    Driver version: 4.12.01.0631

    NVIDIA GEFORCE 256 SDR - 120 MHz, 480 megatexels per second
    32 megabytes of single data rate SDRAM - 166 MHz, 2.7 gigabytes per second
    Driver version: 4.12.01.0631





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