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Thu Sep 07, 2000 | 6:33P| PermaLink
"About a year ago now, the nVidia TNT2 M64 graphics card was released for low end budget users; as most of us know this card struggled at high resolutions such as 1024x768 and higher colors, mainly because of the poor 64bit memory bus. Many users were pulled in by the sub $150 AUD price thinking they couldn't go wrong. Budget users have only really had the TNT2 M64 card to choose from, unless they wanted to opt for the more expensive TNT2 Ultra or GeForce 256. Since the advent of the GeForce2 GTS chipset by nVidia, users have seen a wicked price drop in the price of the TNT2 Ultra based cards, many have opted to go with the TNT2 Ultra instead of the GeForce 256 or GeForce2 GTS. That was until nVidia announced the GeForce2 MX chip back in July of this year. Users can now have the performance of a original nVidia GeForce 256 plus some with (some) features of the GeForce2 at much lower price. While the Visiontek GeForce2 MX isn't packed full of features like it's big brother GeForce2 GTS chipset, it certainly, for the price will make any budget user happy. For $108 USD from Universal Computer Distributing you can have your own Visiontek GeForce2 MX. Luckily many OEM manufactures have taken to the low cost, high performance GeForce2 MX chipset and have their own MX cards out, in this review we'll be focusing on Visiontek model in particular..."

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