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Abit Ti4200 OTES Graphics Card Review

By: Asher Moses | NVIDIA GeForce GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Sep 29, 2002 4:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 9.0%Manufacturer: Abit



NVIDIA GeForce4™ Ti 4200 256-bit GPU


64/128MB 128-bit DDR memory


AGP 2X/4X with fast writes and AGP texturing support


NVIDIA nFiniteFX™ II Engine brings unbelievable 3D visual experience never seen


New dual programmable Vertex Shaders


Advanced programmable Pixel Shaders


4 dual rendering pipelines, 8 texels per clock cycle


NVIDIA Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ II for outstanding 3D performance


NVIDIA Accuview Antialiasing™ enables high resolution antialiasing game play


NVIDIA nView™ empowers the user with maximum flexibility in display options and control


Integrated hardware transforms engine and hardware light engine


High-quality HDTV and DVD playback


Complete OpenGL and DirectX 8.1 support


On-board TV-Out/DVI-I


On-board Outside Thermal Exhaust System (O. T. E. S.) cooling unit


I/O Interface:


- TV-Out connector


- D-Sub 15-pin VGA connector


- DVI-I connector for LCD monitors


System Requirements


- Intel/AMD/Other Compatible CPUs


- One available AGP Slot


- 64MB System Memory


- CD-Rom Drive


Operating Systems


- WindowsXP/2000/NT/ME/98


- ABIT SiluroDVD 4


ABIT SiluroDVD 4 DVD software is jam-packed with over 30 new features to bring your DVDs and video files to life. It combines the best visual and audio effects with advanced features such as time stretching, thumbnailed bookmarks, fully-adjustable zoom and pan, and much more. Take control of video session with ABIT SiluroDVD 4.


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