Advantages: clear colours ,fast refresh rate Disadvantages: none in over year operating
The one was the Nvidia GeForce FX 5200.The card comes wrapped in its own anti static plastic wrap. Fitting is simplicity itself.
Simply undo the cover plate over the video output in the chassis by twisting. I always run a small file round to remove any extra tags of metal. Slip the card into the AGP slot. Press firmly home and
fasten with screw at the top. Job done.
Best make sure that...
Advantages: Cheap, Easy to use, easy to install, Good quality graphics Disadvantages: Using a large PCI card next to it could obstruct the fan.
...I purchased this graphics card for around £115; I am using it in conjunction with a 2.8 GHz Celeron and 768MB DDR Ram. I was curious at first as to whether it would be worth the £115 I paid for it and whether it would be any better than my previous ATI 128MB Card.
What's in the box?
Included with this card is a DVI - VGA adapter, this means you can have 2 VGA monitors plugged in at once. I...
Advantages: AMAZING GRAPHICS, loads of other features like Shadow and Lighting 'add-ons' Disadvantages: None that I have noticed!
...? 3.0 Technology
-NVIDIA® Digital Vibrance Control? 3.0 Technology
AND it is fully compatable with DirectX 9 (apparently uncommon with cards of this price range!). It also has high speed DDR3 memory, which makes a hell of a difference.
Moving back to comparing it with the ATi equivalent, it out performs it hugely, it costs about £10-20 more, but comes packed with a lot more features!