In this study, the biomechanical behavior of three different screw materials (Ti6Al4V, Magnesium AZ91 and Ti6Al4V-HA) was analyzed to fix the femoral neck fracture with triangular fixation under axial loading and it was investigated which material was better biomechanically. Geomagic Studio and SolidWorks software were used for three-dimensional (3D) process. The triangle configuration was preferred for femoral neck fracture. The computer-aided numerical analyses were carried out in AnsysWorkbench for two different materials. We believe that the fixation materials investigated may have a role in taking patients away from recurrent anesthesia and orthopaedic surgical risks.