Prolink isn't a new company (being founded in 1989), but they haven't really been heard much from until recently. Their video cards and similar products are gaining a reputation of good quality at a reasonable price. With qualities like these, it's looking like a Win - Win situation for all who are in the market for some quality video boards.
But before we pat them on the back, let's get down and dirty and see just how good their product line can really be...Today's contestant is their top of the line GeForce3 video card. This particular model is designed for those who not only want top of the line 3d graphics capabilities, but also want to dabble a bit in the regions of video editing. We'll take a look at some of the features included, the software and drivers that come with the retail package, and the hard numbers that are the heart of any performance review. Then and only then will we see how the Prolink handles the task of graphics acceleration.
So what are we waiting for? Let's check this card out
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