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  • BZZZTPOP BZZZTPOP Mar 14, 2001 3:58 PM Flag

    why no mention of 3DMark 2001 here?

    The fact is that NVDA has the market saturated with a full line of high quality cards that consistenly outperform the competitors in the Same price range. If you want the best performing most expensive card out there you'll have to get a GForce2 Ultra 64. If you only need a decent sub $100 card with tv out and on board DVD decompression for your moms computer you'd be silly to get anything other then the gforce2 MX. And then there are the cool features that I personally know a lot of folks taking advantage of such as dual display.

    Plus there is the GForce 3 which is unlike anything anyone has ever seen. I work for a video game company and us programmers are slobbering to get our hands on this machinery, as I expect all of the other developers out there are. The next generation of games is going to be taking full advantage of pixel/vertex shaders.
    http://www4.tomshardware.com/graphic/01q1/010227/index.html

    Then of course there is the mobile market:
    http://www4.tomshardware.com/graphic/01q1/010205/index.html

    And one more final word: XBox.

    Very long NVDA...

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    • "If you only need a decent sub $100 card with tv out and on board DVD decompression for your moms computer you'd be silly to get anything other then the gforce2 MX."

      Most people these days consider Radeon Le as the best solution in the sub-$100 category. Don't forget to keep an eye on the competition.

 
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