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ProLink PixelView GF2Ti Review

ProLink PixelView GF2Ti Review - PCSTATS
Abstract: Prolink is relatively unknown to North American consumers - they usually sell their products to OEM's rather then the general public.
Filed under: Video Cards Published:  Author: 
External Mfg. Website: Prolink Nov 20 2001   Colin Sun  
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GeForce2 GTS
GeForce2 Ti
GeForce2 Ti (oc'ed)
MAX 640x480 atdemo6
59.8 fps
62.2 fps
59 fps
61.4 fps
61.1 fps
MAX 640x480 atdemo8
160 fps
171.9 fps
159.7 fps
168.5 fps
170.2 fps

The atdemo6 is very much like the nv15demo in Quake III very CPU intensive. As for the atdemo8, it's like demo001, still CPU limted at this resolution. Time to scale high!

GeForce2 GTS
GeForce2 Ti
GeForce2 Ti (oc'ed)
MAX 1024x768 atdemo6
52 fps
58.9 fps
57.9 fps
57.3 fps
57.8 fps
MAX 1024x768 atdemo8
105.3 fps
162.3 fps
154.4 fps
135.1 fps
140.2 fps
MAX 1600x1200 atdemo6
19.6 fps
45.3 fps
43.1 fps
32.1 fps
33.4 fps
MAX 1600x1200 atdemo8
41.1 fps
94.7 fps
80.5 fps
61.4 fps
67.3 fps

It's not surprising that RTCW is very much like Quake III. After all it's based on the same engine. Still, the GeForce2 Ti can hold it's own with the much more poweful (and expensive) cards till about 1024x768 again. It's quite a feat for such a value card!

In terms of performance the Prolink PixelView GeForce2 Ti is a very good value card, it can compete with the bigger boys quite well. Teamed up with a fast system, it can easily keep even the most hardcore gamer quite happy and it's a nice touch that it has TV-Out! Still, it was rather disappointing on how high it could overclock. The memory doesn't even do the rated speed and it doesn't come with any kind of software package for tweaking speed settings.

If the Prolink GeForce2 Ti can retail for about the same price as other Ti's, then Prolink has certainly got a winner here. After all, it is clocked higher then the stock GeForce2 Ti and with it's 4ns memory rating, it's got loads of potential.

Bottom line, it just needs to get into the hands of a good tweaker!

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Contents of Article: Prolink PixelView GF2Ti
 Pg 1.  ProLink PixelView GF2Ti Review
 Pg 2.  Let the Benchmarks Begin
 Pg 3.  — Return to Castle Wolfenstein MP Test

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