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Nvidia Ti4200-8XAGP Videocard Roundup

Nvidia Ti4200-8XAGP Videocard Roundup - PCSTATS
Abstract: AGP 3.0 specs a.k.a 8X AGP doubles the available bandwidth between the videocard and the system from 1.06 GB/s to 2.1 GB/s.
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External Mfg. Website: Nvidia Dec 31 2002   Colin Sun  
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Prolink PixelView GeForce4 Ti4200-8x

Most manufactures these days try to lure customers with pretty coloured PCB, and flashy cooling gear. When we received the PixelView GeForce4 Ti4200-8X we were a little disappointed with the massive extruded heatsink which floats uselessly over the memory DRAM's. The saving grace is that while the GPU/memory heatsink may have been a bit oversized than really necessary, Prolink have taken to differentiating their GeForce4 in another more important way.

Prolink PixelView GeForce4 Ti4200-8x

With the Ti4200-8X, Prolink are targeting the mainstream gamer who doesn't need the "extras", just solid performance. While there is a solder mask for a DVI port, the card we tested came with just an analog VGA connector. This means that gamers with LCD monitors supporting just the DVI standard are plane out of luck.

Thanks to the Phillips 7104E chipset, the PixelView features an S-Video output which can come in quite handy. The card comes with an S-Video to composite cable, and a S-Video to S-Video cable. In terms of software, the bundle came bearing WinDVD and two full version games; Ballistics and Codename: Outbreak.

The PixelView Ti4200-8X sports 64 MB of memory, courtesy of 3.3ns EtronTech DRAM. Thanks to that 3.3ns rating, Prolink are able to overclock the card's memory to 566MHz by default. Even though the videocard has a rather large GPU heatsink, Prolink only clock the Ti4200 core at 250 MHz.

In terms of overclocking, the memory was quite up to the challenge and maxed out at a rather impressive 658 MHz. The core was not to be out done, and reached 313 MHz by the time we were done with it.

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Contents of Article: Nvidia Ti4200-8XAGP
 Pg 1.  Nvidia Ti4200-8XAGP Videocard Roundup
 Pg 2.  Abit GeForce4 Ti4200-8x OTES
 Pg 3.  Albatron GeForce4 Ti4280PV
 Pg 4.  MSI Ti4200-TD8X64
 Pg 5.  — Prolink PixelView GeForce4 Ti4200-8x
 Pg 6.  Benchmarks: 3DMark 2001
 Pg 7.  Benchmarks: AquaMark 2.3
 Pg 8.  Benchmarks: CodeCreatures
 Pg 9.  Benchmarks: Comanche 4
 Pg 10.  Benchmarks: QIII Arena
 Pg 11.  Benchmarks:UT 2003 Demo
 Pg 12.  Benchmarks: OC'd 3DMark 2001
 Pg 13.  As the dust settles...

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