For several years Prolink has been in the market of manufacturing components aimed at graphics and multimedia. Whether you're looking for a TV card, a new graphics board with the latest nVidia chipset or accessories for your PDA, odds are good that Prolink has something for you.
With all the buzz going on regarding the new GeForceFX based video boards, we saw performance numbers soar to heights that have only been dreamed of in the past...and all for the price of a month's wages or more. What about the user who wants workable 3D performance but doesn't have the cash to give up rent for a month?
Enter the Prolink GeForceFX 5200 video board. It claims to be able to bring 3D graphics to the masses at a cost that won't leave you wondering where your next meal is going to come from. So sit back and we'll see if it can live up to this concept.
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- Prolink GeForceFX 5200 - Page 1 [Introduction]
- Prolink GeForceFX 5200 - Page 2 [In The Box]
- Prolink GeForceFX 5200 - Page 3 [The Card]
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