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Prolink FX 5600 Ultimate Golden Limited Videocard Review
Posted by Philipp Esselbach on: 06/26/2003 11:54 AM [ Print | 0 comment(s) ]
PCStats has posted a Prolink FX 5600 Ultimate Golden Limited Videocard review
Based on DirectX 7 Hardware, the GeForce4 MX was closer to a GeForce2 class card then the DirectX 8 GeForce4 Ti's were. nVIDIA, being the smart company that they are, noticed this and you can bet that there's no way they'll make the same mistake twice. Enter the GeForceFX family of cards. It's nice and refreshing to see that all GeForceFX's are DirectX 9 compatible, not just the top of the line FX 5800/5900 class cards. That feature is probably the main reason why so many retailers tell me even the budget FX 5200's are selling well. Today we're going to be checking out not a budget FX 5200, rather Prolink's mainstream GeForceFX 5600 Ultimate Golden Limited 256MB videocard. Don't be fooled by the internal NV31 core code name, the GeForceFX 5600 GPU is slower then that of the NV30 (FX 5800), but faster than the NV34 (FX 5200).