It seems that almost everyone is anxiously awaiting the arrival of the GeForce FX boards. But lets be honest; how many of us can really afford to cough up around US$500 for a graphics board? If you're like most of us, then this will be a bit lofty to justify as a realistic upgrade. But how can we get better performance without emptying the wallet entirely?
Prolink has what they feel is an answer to this very quandary. Since the GeForce4 Ti4200 video cards are already a huge hit amongst the masses, why not take this award winning design and try to make it even better?
Enter the subject of today's review; the Prolink Ti4200-8x Video Card. Can this possibly be any better than the ordinary Ti4200 boards on the market? To find out, just follow me as we delve into this question a bit deeper.
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