First post, by pentiumspeed
Many people post on ebay describing video cards as MX400 actually might be MX due to programs in windows 98SE that detects the video card and shows video card both MX and MX400. And then seller assumes it is MX400 but card is actually MX. I wanted to buy MX400 but I'm not sure which.
I know how to tell by 128bit memory by looking at chips and I do know that MX does comes in 128bit as well. Only way to tell is use GPU-Z to know MX cards runs core clock of 175MHz while MX400 runs at 200MHz.
Problem is most of sellers does not use GPU-Z to determine or show it on auction pictures.
So is there a way to determine that one is actually selling MX400 version? Even ASUS models is not complete as I had discovered using their ASUS pdf manual.
Great Northern aka Canada.