nVidia GeForce3 Ti200 GPU running at 175MHz with 256-bit graphics Core
64MB 4ns DDR SDRAM working on 400-MHz with 6.4GB/sec memory bandwidth
2.8 billion samples per second Full-Scene Anti-Aliasing (FSAA) fill rate
700 billion operations per second
AGP 2X/4X, AGP texturing and Fast Writes Support
Integrated 350MHz RAMDAC
Lightspeed Memory Architecture for unsurpassed game play speeds even in the highest resolutions
Supports Shadow Buffer technology and 3D Textures
Supports programmable Vertex Shaders and Pixel Shader technology
High-Resolution Anti-Aliasing (HRAA)
Integrated hardware Transform and Lighting Engines
Fully-compliant professional OpenGL 1.3 and Microsoft DirectX 8.1 support for all Windows operating systems
High-quality HDTV/DVD playback support
On board TV-Out supports S-Video/RCA
On board DVI supports Digital Video Interface for LCD monitor (Optional)
Abit-Designed Dynamic heat-sink and cooling fan module for GPU and memory
Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 98/SE
Adobe Acrobat Reader
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