For those who are not familiar with the folks at OCZ, they are a company that takes mid to high-end computer components and makes them run faster. They also do a lot of hand picking of components to make sure that they get nothing but the best possible items for you. They are dedicated to those who want to overclock their systems, as well as those who are just wanting some of the most stable components available. They also have a reputation of keeping the prices of these items in a very reasonable range.
Now that we have an idea as to what we're dealing with here, it's time to take a look at one of their most recent offerings; namely the OCZ Titan II MX400 SE Video Card. In a nutshell, it's a card that runs on the GeForce2 MX400 chipset, has 5ns memory installed, and just to make sure that things stay cool, a Thermaltake Blue Orb cooler was added to the mix as well.
So now that we have your curiosity piqued, let's take a look at what this thing can really do
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