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Abit Siluro Geforce MX Driver

These cards are definitely aimed at the budget concious user, much like the GeForce2 Titanium cards were not so long ago. The Abit is a. Despite its short comings though, Geforce2 MX based cards are extremely cheap, yet still fairly powerful and the ABIT Siluro MX is no. NVIDIA GeForce2 MX Bus Type. AGP 4x. API Supported. OpenGL, DirectX, DirectDraw, Direct3D. RAMDAC. MHz. Manufacturer. ABIT Computer Corp.


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Abit Siluro Geforce MX Driver

Some time ago we already examined one of the MX cards from this company. ABIT Computer releases new models not often. EliteMT produces the memory chips with a 6 ns access time which Abit Siluro Geforce MX to MHz. The memory works right at this frequency.

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I've already mentioned that for such size of RAM the manufacturers equip their cards with a slower memory at the expense of its operation speed. The design is rather simple, the PCB is dark brown. A passive heat sink with plate fins is attached to the GPU. The card ships in a bag-shaped Retail package, where you can find: Abit Siluro Geforce MX is not a record among similar cards, but it is not a fault of the card: Unfortunately, all latest versions of the Detonators do not detect correctly a frequency the memory operates at if bit Abit Siluro Geforce MX are used to provide the required size either 4 pieces for the MX cards or 8 pcs for the MX cards with 64 MBytes of RAM.

Abit Siluro Geforce MX The user receives a double frequency as if DDR memory is installed. Before we dive into the graphs, a quick look at the test setup. This is a decent overall system benchmark with certain game tests placing emphasis on different parts of your system performance.

In the graph we'll see the effect that not being able to do all the pixel and vertex shader functions in hardware has on the GeForce4 MX when compared to the GeForce3 Ti We can see quite clearly that the Abit doesn't have the processing muscle to live with the Ti on the same host processor. Without the benefit of being able to run the Nature test, the score falls nearly points behind the stock clocked Ti Given that the Ti will have incremental leads in each game test plus the advantage of a Nature assisted score, we can still draw meaningful conclusions about Abit Siluro Geforce MX Abit.

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The card doesn't Abit Siluro Geforce MX hit our preferred point mark that we use as a guage of decent graphics hardware performance, even when overclocked. Onto Quake3 Arena v1. Quake3 is mainly a test Abit Siluro Geforce MX overall system throughput with graphics cards of this class but we should still see some interesting scaling in the results. With Quake3 being an older engine, created before the advent of DirectX 8.


Remember, every possible performance sapping rendering feature was enabled. We used the four. At the highest resolution, x which you can see at the top of the graph, the GeForce4 MX gets beaten handily by the GeForce3. The GeForce3's higher fillrate and memory bandwidth are responsible for the increase here. At the lower resolutions, the GeForce4 MX holds its own.


Both GPU's are overkill for the Quake3 engine at x and offer extremely comfortable levels of performance. Next up, Aquamark. Aquamark is even more heavily dependent on the pixel shader functions in DirectX 8.

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The benchmark is run at x and failing to break 25fps, even when overclocked isn't a showcase for the cards performance in games that use the DX8 shader Abit Siluro Geforce MX. The measly increase when overclocked is due to the CPU being made to do all the work that the card cannot. Overclocking the CPU would give a better result than increasing card clocks here.

We don't get anywhere near our 50fps target sadly. Finally in our look at game performance we have Serious Sam 2: The Second Encounter.

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I've used the publically available demo version of SS2 Abit Siluro Geforce MX than the full game so that you have something comparable if you wish to run the benchmarks yourself. I use the Valley of the Jaguar demo at the three test resolutions with the Quality graphics preference setting. In the high resolution test at x, the Abit gets a hammering by the GeForce3 Ti which simply has more fillrate and available memory bandwidth and pull away Abit Siluro Geforce MX over twice the score the Abit can muster.

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