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AOpen GeForce 4 MX440 review

Bosco    -   August 8, 2002
Category: Video Cards
GF City Computers
Price: N/A


Introduction

We are continuing to review 440MX cards to give people a idea which ones are the best. Today we will be looking at the Aopen MX440. Aopen is a company that makes everything from Motherboards to CDROMS as well video cards. So how does the Aopen Stack up against Asus? Well lets test and see...


Cool looking box.

Specifications

  • 270mhz Core Clock
  • 400mhz Memory Clock
  • 1.1 Pixels Per second
  • 6.4GB/sec Memory Bandwidth
  • Lightspeed Memory Architecture amplifies memory bandwidth
  • AGP 2X/4X with Fast Writes Support
  • DirectX 8.1
  • OpenGL 1.3 support
  • Memory:

  • 64MB On-board DDR Memory
  • TV-Out:

  • Up to 1024X768 Resolution
  • Driver support:

  • ME, Win 98, Win2K, WinXP
  • System Requirements:

  • Intel Pentium II/III/Celeron, Pentium 4
  • AMD Athlon/Duron/XP
  • (systems with AGP 1.0 Slot and up to 4.0)

  • No games, driver CD's only, no instructions either.


    I really like to see a Video card with a fan on it. Will it make a difference? We will see very soon. It has a S-Video jack but no cable was included.

    I am going to run a series of tests with 3DMark 2001, Quake and Comanche 4 (great game). So let’s get started and see how the card does.




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