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    new nVidia mx 4000

    just found this at www.aria.co.uk today only section.
    so whats it all about then? it doesn't appear on the nVidia site when I look for a bit more info on it...
    the one on offer appears to be a generic brand, 128mb and less than £40...
    mem/core speeds at 333/275...

    is nVidia hitting back at the budget market with something marginly better than ati's currently on offer?
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    Hey

    I think its just a GeForce4 MX 440 that has been rebranded to the MX4000...? Someone correct me if I am wrong!

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    it has the word MX in it...therefore only useful as some sort of firestarter, and even then its probably not much good

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    hehe...figured as much. perhaps I could connect it to my microwave. come to mention it my fridge has been acting up a little...
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    Perhaps it's a typo?

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    No its definately a real card... just a question of which GF4 MX model they rebranded to 4000 (its either 420, 440 or 460).

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    Definatly a new name perhaps only specific to a particular manufacterers model, ebuyer has them to..
    http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/produ...duct_uid=58183
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    they support dx8.1 apparently, gf2/4 MX models only supported dx7, so it has to be either a fx5200 with dx9 disabled, or more likely just a very underclocked ti4200...

    maybe dx8 support just means the drivers are dx8 compatable? i doubt it though.. usually it has to have hardware suport for an api for it to be listed....

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    so it has to be either a fx5200 with dx9 disabled
    They can't disable the FX5200 anymore than they already have can they?
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    Quote Originally Posted by |SilentDeath|
    they support dx8.1 apparently, gf2/4 MX models only supported dx7, so it has to be either a fx5200 with dx9 disabled, or more likely just a very underclocked ti4200...

    maybe dx8 support just means the drivers are dx8 compatable? i doubt it though.. usually it has to have hardware suport for an api for it to be listed....
    Yeah - I wondered about that - so either GF3/GF4 (non-MX) based or GF4MX (really GF2 based) with icky software drivers for DX8 parts (pixel / vertex shaders). Now that would be slow... Or it could be that it's really just DX7 and the specs are wrong.

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    After abit of googling, it looks like just a rehash of the gf4mx 400.

    http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/video/d...126102238.html

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    It says that it has vertex shaders. For < £40 I'm betting it's still crap though!

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