Home

News

Forums

Hardware

CPUs

Motherboards

Video

Guides

CPU Prices

RAM Prices

Compare Prices

About Us



Sharky Extreme : Video cards January 9, 2011





Be a Marketplace Partner








 Advertising Info

About the Double-Underlined Links



 - Most Active Threads
 - Technical Support
 - CPUs & Overclocking



Latest News


- AMD Unleashes Six-Core Desktop CPU
- WD Doubles Capacity of Fastest SATA Drive
- Nvidia Announces Blazing GeForce GTX 480, 470 GPUs
- SanDisk's SSD As Rapid As It Is Reliable
- OCZ Launches Limited-Edition SSD
News Archives

Features

- SharkyExtreme.com: Interview with Microsoft's Dan Odell
- SharkyExtreme.com: Interview with ATI's Terry Makedon
- SharkyExtreme.com: Interview with Seagate's Joni Clark
- Half-Life 2 Review
- DOOM 3 Review

Buyer's Guides

- February High-end Gaming PC Buyer's Guide
- November Value Gaming PC Buyer's Guide
- September Extreme Gaming PC Buyer's Guide

HARDWARE

  • CPUs


  • Motherboards


  • Video Cards


    internet.commerce
    Be a Commerce Partner














    internet.com
    IT
    Developer
    Internet News
    Small Business
    Personal Technology

    Search internet.com
    Advertise
    Corporate Info
    Newsletters
    Tech Jobs
    E-mail Offers



  •   


    VisionTek Xtasy GeForce4 Ti 4200 128-MB Review
    By Vince Freeman :  June 24, 2002

    Xtasy GeForce4 Ti 4200 128-MB Specifications

    NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4200: 250 MHz core
    Memory: 444 MHz effective DDR memory clock
    128-MB DDR SDRAM, Lightspeed Memory Architecture II
    RAMDAC: Dual 350 MHz

    Specifications

    • RAMDAC 350MHz
    • API Support Direct-X, Open GL ICD for Windows
    • Connectors VGA, DVI, S-Video/TV Out
    • 4.0 Billion texel fill rate
    • 113 Million triangles/sec setup
    • 7.1 GB/second memory bandwidth

    Features:

    • 3D Textures
    • Shadow Buffers
    • 4 dual-rendering pipelines
    • 8 texels per clock cycle
    • Dual cube environment mapping
    • 128MB high-speed DDR RAM memory
    • High-Definition Video Processor (HDVP)
    • AGP 4X with Fast Writes
    • AGP 4X/2X and AGP Texturing Support
    • 32-bit color with 32-bit Z/stencil buffer
    • Z-correct true, reflective bump mapping
    • High-performance 2D rendering engine
    • Hardware accelerated real-time shadows
    • True-color hardware cursor
    • Integrated hardware transform engine
    • Integrated hardware lighting engine
    • High-quality HDTV/DVD playback
    • DVI output for flat panels
    • TV-Out function
    • Multibuffering (double, triple, quad) for smooth animation and video playback
    • Microsoft DirectX. and S3TC texture compression
    • NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)
    • Full OpenGL support in Linux
    • Microsoft DirectX 8.1 and lower optimizations and support
    • Complete OpenGL 1.3 and lower support

    Minimum System Requirements:

    • IBM PC or 100% Compatible
    • 266 MHz or higher CPU (AMD K6-2 or Intel Pentium II or higher)
    • AGP 2.0 Compliant Socket
    • CD ROM drive
    • Windows 95 OSR2, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP
    • 64MB of RAM
    Retail Box Contents:
    • GeForce4 Ti 4200 Graphics Accelerator
    • Installation Guide
    • Installation CD
    • - Install Guide .pdf
    • - Demos
    • - Adobe Acrobat Reader
    • - NVIDIA Unified Driver Architecture
    • Cyberlink PowerDVD


    Page 1 Introduction
    Page 2 The Xtasy GeForce4 Ti 4200 128-MB Card
  • Page 3 Xtasy GeForce4 Ti 4200 128-MB Specifications
    Page 4 Performance and Test System
    Page 5 Quake 3: Arena Performance
    Page 6 Serious Sam & Return to Castle Wolfenstein Performance
    Page 7 Comanche 4 and Jedi Knight II Performance
    Page 8 3DMark 2001SE, FSAA & AF Performance and Analysis
    Page 9 Xtasy GeForce4 Ti 4200 128-MB Overclocking
    Page 10 Value and Conclusion


    Copyright(c) 2011 QuinStreet Inc. All Rights Reserved. Legal Notices | Licensing , Reprints , & Permissions | Privacy Policy