First post, by squareguy

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I ordered 3 to try and test and I am really having a hard time finding reliable / non-conflicting information.

NV17 core, DirectX 7, OpenGL 1.2
128-bit memory bus
Conflicting information on core clock and memory clock

Same / similar to GeForce4 MX440 SE or GeForce4 MX440?

Look like it would be a good time machine PCI card paired with a Voodoo2 for PCI motherboards. Good DOS support, 32-bit color, LMA, DVI, VGA, S-Video, etc.

Gateway 2000 Case and 200-Watt PSU
Intel SE440BX-2 Motherboard
Intel Pentium III 450 CPU
Micron 384MB SDRAM (3x128)
Compaq Voodoo3 3500 TV Graphics Card
Turtle Beach Santa Cruz Sound Card
Western Digital 7200-RPM, 8MB-Cache, 160GB Hard Drive
Windows 98 SE

Reply 1 of 5, by maximus

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I bought a couple of these as well (probably from the same eBay seller!), and am very impressed. They're a good way to get the excellent GeForce4 MX architecture into a PCI-only machine. Great for low-wattage PSUs as well. I'm planning on doing some benchmarks in my P3 1400S test rig one of these days. I'm sure the PCI bus hurts the card's performance, but I'm not sure how much.


Reply 2 of 5, by matti157

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I'd like to replace my outrageous Rage XL 32MB on my pentium MMX 233

I found one of these at a great price, but driver-wise how does it work? Direct3d on Windows 98 is enabled?

I knew that quadro's didn't have gaming capabilities.

Reply 5 of 5, by The Serpent Rider

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Detonator/Forceware drivers have support for both GeForce and Quadro cards.

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