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128MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 with TV Out Driver

The GeForce4 (codenames below) refers to the fourth generation of GeForce-branded graphics processing units (GPU) manufactured by Nvidia. There are two different GeForce4 families, the high-performance Ti family, The initial two models were the Ti and the top-of-the-range Ti At the time of their introduction  Release date‎: ‎February 6, ; 17 years ago. MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti ; VGA Out, DVI-I Out; S-Video TV Out; AGP Spec v compliant; Memory configuration MB DDR SDRAM. Video Output. Type. graphics card. Interface Type. AGP 4x. Graphics Processor Manufacturer. NVIDIA. Graphics Processor. NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti

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128MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 with TV Out Driver

Almost reaching 11k and still at default is simply overwhelming.

This quite obviously shows that the GF4 is sitting around waiting for the CPU to pass information to it, no overclocking of the GF4 Ti chipset would be needed at all for a extremely high 3DMark score. Serious Sam 2: With this benchmark I will run it at 3 different resolutions. First x then x and then finally x Lets take a look at the results when compared to the other cards: Obviously there is some discrepancy between the results.

Unfortunately because the other two cards scores that are shown 128MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 with TV Out aren't on precisely the same computer specification the results are somewhat off.

The difference could be because of many different factors, the major two being the motherboard and the driver version. Of course there are other things to consider such as bios settings, ram timings and ram speeds. However I find it strange that this occurrence hasn't shown up in any of the other benchmarks I have performed.

You can see that every other benchmark is achieving the expected range of results. I think its safe to say we can disregard these results from a comparison point of view. Quake 3 - v1. This is a standard benchmark that most reviews include and is right up there in popularity with 3DMark Quake 3 128MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 with TV Out been scoring incredible marks even with the GeForce3, now using a GeForce4 we should expect nothing less than stunning. Lets see how the new NVidia chipset performs in the real gaming world.

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As before the resolutions are x then x and then finally x In a word. In this real world benchmark the GeForce4 Ti series of card is setting new standards and breaking old records.

As expected the low resolution benchmarks are high, but where the GF4 Ti chipset shines through is at the higher resolutions. Only 20fps have been dropped between x to x In fact the GF4 Ti score is higher than the Tis low resolution score. The higher the resolution the less CPU dependant the card gets. This is why we see such a huge improvement at the top end of the scale.


Aquamark - v2. This benchmark is newer than each of the others and not quite as well known.

Driver: 128MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 with TV Out

We always say at Hexus that anything over 50fps is excellent with this benchmark so that's always something to watch out for. Aquamark is only benched in one resolution and that is xx In practice its main competitors were chipset-integrated graphics solutions, such as Intel's G and Nvidia's own nForce 2, but its main advantage over those was multiple-monitor support; Intel's solutions did not have this at all, and the nForce 2's multi-monitor support was much inferior to what the MX series offered.

When ATI launched its Radeon Pro in Septemberit performed about the same 128MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 with TV Out the MX, but had crucial advantages with better single-texturing performance and proper support of DirectX 8 shaders. Nvidia's eventual answer to the Radeon was the GeForce FXbut despite the 's DirectX 9 features it did not have a significant performance increase compared to the MX even in DirectX 7.

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This kept the MX in production while the was discontinued. There was the Go, Go, and Go.

Driver: 128MB NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600 with TV Out

Despite its name, the short-lived Go is not part of this lineup, it was instead derived from the Ti line. The two new models were the MXX, which was clocked slightly faster than the original MX, and the MXSE, which had a narrower memory bus, and was intended as a replacement of sorts for the MX Type C: Follow the on-screen installation instructions.

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