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AOpen GeForce4 4200TI 128MB DDR Review

GF City Computers
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I am beginning to becoming a fan of Aopen. I have been impressed with their boards as well their lower end video cards. Today we are going to look at the higher end 128MB 4200TI, we will be comparing it to the ATI 8500 128MB which should put up quite a challenge. So who will come out on top, read on and we shall find out.


  • 250mhz Core Clock
  • 447mhz Memory Clock
  • 128MB DDR Memory
  • 63 million transistors
  • 8.8GB/sec memory bandwidth
  • nfiniteFX II engine
  • Accuview Anti Aliasing
  • Light Speed Memory Architecture II
  • nView
  • Supports DirectX 8.1
  • OpenGL 1.3 support
  • Memory:

  • 128MB On-board DDR memory
  • TV-out:

  • TV-out up to 1024x768 resolution
  • Driver support:

  • Win 2K, ME, Win 98, WinXP
  • Intel Pentium II/III/Celeron, Pentium 4
  • AMD Athlon/Duron/XP
  • (systems with AGP 1.0 Slot and up to 4.0)
  • This card has an S-Video out adapter, DVI out and VGA plug in. TV out is great for those of you that like to watch DVD's off of your computer and have it running off of your TV. DVI is for running a LCD monitor for those hard working people that need desktop space. Their is a few cords included for the S-Video option, but no DVI connector.

    Here you can see small fan but a bigger base. I have wondered why the choose this shape for the base looks kind of different don't you think?


    This is very easy to do. Just take out your old card and pop your new one in and power up the system and install the drivers. Make sure that the card is pushed all the way into the slot or you may not get the machine to boot up.

    1. Introduction & Installation
    2. Testing & Conclusion
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