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Thread: Prolink GeForce4 MX440 Review (Discussion)




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    How so?
    Sorry I find that bad advice!

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    Actually the GF4 MXthere's no DX8 support, only limited support for vertex shaders and no programmable pixel shaders, which makes the card good for oldish games but for some newer games (and for one's to be released with DX8 support) and crunchin' numbers from 3DMark 2001 it's a bad choice. In the end choice is up to you though but if ya go with the GF3 Ti200 get one soon as stocks are becoming scarce. :smokin:
    <center>:cheers:</center>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    Actually the GF4 MXthere's no DX8 support, only limited support for vertex shaders and no programmable pixel shaders, which makes the card good for oldish games but for some newer games (and for one's to be released with DX8 support) and crunchin' numbers from 3DMark 2001 it's a bad choice. In the end choice is up to you though but if ya go with the GF3 Ti200 get one soon as stocks are becoming scarce. :smokin:
    <center>:cheers:</center>
    Black Lord was asking about the GeForce2 Ti, which doesn't have the GeForce3 features either. The Geforce4 MX will perform much better than a GeForce2 Ti.
    Asher Moses

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    Thx guys for ur advice

    Most of the stuff i play is old (Halflife and Homeworld)

    I'll tell u how i find the Geforce 4

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    isn't a gf3ti just above this price bracket though? i would prefer a gf3ti200 over a gf4mx or gf2ti....
    sKuLLsHoT
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