Taking A Closer Look
- Packaging and Software Bundle
The review board we received from MSI was not the retail package, and we only received the card itself. However, The retail card comes with a large assortment of accessories that I feel many of you would like to know about. As far as games are concerned, the MSI GF4Ti4400-VTD is bundled with No One Lives Forever, Aquanox, Sacrifice and a 7 in 1 Games Collection that consists of Ballistics Demo, Tom Clancy's Rogue Spear: Black Thorn Demo, Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Demo, Comanche 4 Demo, Fallout Tactics Demo, Swat 3: Close Quarters Battle Demo and Serious Sam: The First Encounter.
That is not all the software the comes with the card though. There is also an assortment of applications including WinProducer v2.0 (video editing utility), WinCoder v2.0 (video format transferring utility) and MSI DVD (DVD playback software). Also included with the card is a 1.8m S-Video extension cable and a 9-pin mini-extended connector to 4 port video connector cable.
This is the most elaborate software bundle I have ever seen included with a video card and it ensures that you will be able to unleash the full power of your GeForce4 straight out of the box!
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