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Gainward GeForce 4 PowerPack GS Ultra - FrostyTech.com Gainward GeForce 4 PowerPack GS Ultra
Wed May 08, 2002 | 8:25P| PermaLink
Gamers have always held Gainward in high regard because they openly embrace the overclocking community, and provide software such as "EXPERTools" which can overclock the card with the push of a button. Supporting overclocking in this way gives Gainward a little more control over what settings are used, so hopefully less cards will be fried in the process. One pet peeve I have with the Gainward GeForce 4 PowerPack GS Ultra/750XP surrounds it's somewhat confusing name which is really too long. With so many different varieties of GeForce 4 videocards out there - from the GeForce 4 MX420 to the GeForce 4 Titanium line - one can often get lost in the sea of nomenclature. For example, what does 750XP really stand for? Does it imply that the memory can run up to 750MHz, or that at stock speeds it chugs away at that speed? I think Gainward should just remove this title and shorten down the name; especially considering that I've heard a few accounts of uninformed consumers who bought the card with the belief that it was somehow a "handpicked Golden Sample" that was faster than other Ti4600's.
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