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Chaintech Apogee FX71 GeForce FX 5600 Ultra Review - Specification

The GeForce FX has recently given nVidia a bad name with various decisions which could have been handled better. Chaintech is a long time supporter of nVidia and has stood by them in thick and thin. Today Cameron "Sov" Johnson takes a look at Chaintech's Apogee FX71 with some amazing cooling technology which is based on the Apogee FX71 core. Can Chaintech help nVidia in the performance department? Read on and find out!

| NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Sep 21, 2003 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 6.0%Manufacturer: Chaintech

Specifications of the Apogee FX71

 

Interface AGP interface

 

4x/8x AGP supports

 

Chipset

 

nVIDIA GeForce FX5600

 

Memory

 

128MB DDR SDRAM

 

General

 

features 0.13u process technology

 

128-bit memory interface

 

256-bit graphics architecture

 

325 MHz engine clock

 

570 MHz memory clock

 

400 MHz internal RAMDAC

 

81 Million vertices/ sec

 

1.3 Billion texels/ sec fill rate

 

9.12 GB/sec memory bandwidth

 

4 pixels per clock rendering engine

 

16 texels per pixel with 8 textures applied per clock

 

CineFX Shading Architecture

 

128-bit studio-precision color

 

High-performance, high-precision 3D rendering engine

 

High-performance 2D rendering engine

 

Intellisample Technology

 

Advanced Display Pipeline with full nView Capabilities

 

Digital Vibrance Control (DVC) 3.0

 

NVIDIA nView multi-display technology

 

Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)

 

High quality video playback Dual, 400MHz RAMDACs for display resolutions up to and including 2048x1536@85Hz

 

Integrated NTSC/PAL TV encoder support resolutions up to 1024x768 without the need for panning with built-in Macrovision copy protection

 

DVD and HDTV-ready MPEG-2 decoding up to 1920x1080i resolutions

 

Support for dual-link DVI for compatibility with next-generation flat panel displays with resolutions greater than 1600x1200 without the need for reduced blanking

 

Full software support Microsoft DirectX optimizations and support

 

Full OpenGL 1.4 and lower support

 

Complete support DirectX 9.0 and lower

 

WHQL-certified Windows XP, 2000, ME, 98, 95

 

15-pin D-sub VGA out

 

TV-out (Mini Din 9pin S-Video connector)

 

VIVO (Mini Din 9pin S-Video connector)

 

DVI-I (DVI-I connector)

 

Heatsink (Optional)

 

Bundled software

 

3Deep

 

WinDVD 6 Channel

 

WinDVD Creator

 

WinRip

 

WinProducer 3.0

 

MDK2

 

Game pack (5 in 1)

 

Accessories

 

S-Video Cable (150cm)

 

Composite Cable

 

VIVO Cable (4 port)

 

DVI-I to VGA Adapter

 

Anti-Static Brush

 

Q Ball (Monitor Cleaner)

 

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