- Why Asus V7700 Geforce 2 Ti 200 32M is one of the best cards
Behold people, now we will review the newest absolute favorite card for gaming of mine:
This is no ordinary card, it has lots of Deluxe features by asus, and supports high res gaming i opengl. The driver are the best out there. As is overclocking ability, very good driver options there by nvidia. Is nvidia still the best brand or just rumor? we'll take a look here... stay tuned... see below..
Heres an article and review of this card and why its the best you can find at this time for quake, unreal and other great fps games. Online games etc.
It has many input and outputs, and great overclocking capability
We even let you know how to change its cooler
At a RTP, retail price at $240 at launch it is not the lowest end, but not highest end either. It can be found for cheaper now that geforce 3's have come out. Yet it will overclock to stock GF 3 speeds. Which is why it is so recommended for gamers out there. The drivers by asus are some of the best out of most cards out there as well. Except maybe for ati, they do a big job on the driver overclocking possibilties part too.
But nvidia will work on linux too. Ati sucks big time on linux. It will just never work.
Asus v7700 is simply the best. Overall. Between many many cards. And it has the ios to match, plenty inputs and plenty outputs. Svga, composite and more. Connect your video or camcorder or what you want to it. Or output to that. It will make sure you don't run out of connectors. Deluxe version. More outputs than any graphics card out there.
Pic above is 64megs version, but save yourelf the bucks and get the 32mb version, no difference except more ram. Most games only need 16megs ram. The 64M version we found to be a waste of money.
Looking or more fps in quake? you just might have to give this card a shot. It comes in titanium version 500 too Ti 500 if 80 or 90fps is not enough :-)
Though we benchmarked in both unreal and found the Ti 200 would run Ureal and Quake in 1024 resolution with almost stable 90fps in the benchmark. This also requires a fairly fast cpu, however. Tested with a stock P4 3.0Ghz Northwood and 1GB ram.
Look on here Link to article