Same as before, all settings max, 32-bit color (if supported), 640 x 480.
Colin McRae Rally, 1998: the G400 ran normally, the GeForce2 had massive flickering, canceled the benchmark
Midtown Madness, 1999: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PiRevl62Byc
Thief 2, 2000: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dd_tWguFJsU
Black & White, 2001: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Eqnk8hAt7c
Microsoft Train Simulator, 2001: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doWetOPXFtA
Nvidia moved on with their drivers, so forget playing Colin McRae Rally or Midtown Madness with the Detonator 45.23.
It's worth noting that when the GeForce2 isn't glitching out in Midtown Madness, it's more or less tied in speed with the G400, until later in the video when the draw distance gets smaller. It's a glitched benchmark so you can't be sure, but that's what you have. In Thief 2, the GeForce2 again isn't notably faster, and sometimes it's slower. Same in (the CPU-bound) Microsoft Train Simulator, it's only when the triangle count goes up that the GeForce2 does better. In Black & White, the GeForce2 is clearly faster.
In terms of image quality, it's typically said that the Matroxes have good 2-D, but it's obvious they're strong against the GeForce2 tech in 3-D quality, as well. Apart from glitched rain on the G400 and somewhat blurrier textures in the background, Black & White looks identical on these cards, despite the G400 being almost two years old at that point, and the GeForce2 Ti not out yet. Microsoft Train Simulator doesn't quite look the same, it's almost like there's a texture-sharpening filter on the GeForce2. The textures don't look higher-res, just sharpened. On the G400, there's an odd horizontal glitch in that game.
As before, the tests are in 640 x 480, which is not only the best resolution for everything but one that saps some of the GeForce2's fillrate advantage. On the other hand, the GeForce2 has twice the RAM compared to the G400, which probably helps in the newer games.
Someone in the thread said there's no comparison between the G400 and the GeForce2, but clearly that depends.