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Nvidia TiXAGP PCSTATS Review – MSI TiTD8X64
There is a large copper ti4200-dt8x64 on the back of the card in contact with the memory as well. With 4ns memory, we didn’t have the highest hopes when it came to memory overclocking. MSI have been a favorite of ours here at PCStats for the longest time because they always put out well rounded products which may not necessarily be the fastest, but typically always offer good value.
This item doesn’t belong on this ti42000-td8x64. Any further increases in speed and the videocard would lock up while running the CodeCreatures benchmark. Beginners Guides Cases and Access.
To be ti4200-td86x4, while the card is very nice, what really impressed us was the total solution MSI offer up, and in particular the huge software bundle. The nView hardware and software technology combination delivers maximum flexibility for multi-display options, and provides unprecedented end-user control of the desktop experience.
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Uninterrupted data flow allows for smoother video streaming and faster, more seamless gameplay. Does this cooling solution make for a better overclocking?
Instead, the cooler is simply based around a large copper heatsink with a conventional fan that somewhat resembles the layout of the reference heatsink. The copper GPU heatsink looks similar to Abit’s OTES in that it uses copper fins soldered to a copper base plate, but there is no heat pipe, or noisy squirrel cage fan to deal with.
Groundbreaking features including the advanced nfiniteFX II engine, superior Accuview Antialiasing techniques and flexible nView multi-display technology, deliver screaming performance and fierce processing power – for truly unmatched ferocious graphics power. AGP 8X enables more complex models and detailed textures, creating richer and more lifelike environments.
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