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Visiontek GeForce 2 MX


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This GeForce 2 MX has a 175MHz core and 166MHz memory clock speed. It features TwinView, Digital Vibrance Control, a 2nd generation T&L engine, the Nvidia Shading Rasterizer, Integrated Dual-Link TMDS Transmitters, and a High-Definition Video Processor


Visiontek GeForce 2 MX Reviews Rating: 78 out of 100 based on 3 ratings. 2 user reviews.

User Reviews

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owner 8/10 Sharon Lowrey Sep 5, 2001
Geforce 2 MX 400 10/10 Adam Aug 20, 2001
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Meta Reviews

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Anandtech 4/10 Aug 16 '00
Evil Smokin' Dude's House O' 3D 8/10 Aug 23 '00
I am not a  --- Aug 15 '00 9/10 Sep 12 '00
Trainwrecker  --- Oct 21 '00
Tweak Town  --- Sep 07 '00
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Visiontek GeForce 2 MX Roundups and Shootouts

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Visiontek GeForce 2 MX Review Extreme Overclocking -- Jan 05 '01
Visiontek GeForce 2 MX Review GamePC -- Sep 01 '00
Visiontek GeForce 2 MX Review -- Mar 05 '01
Visiontek GeForce 2 MX Review PC Critix -- Sep 15 '00

Anandtech on

"All in all, budget system owners are finally in a unique position. No longer must one suffer with outdated technology in a budget card, but the VisionTek GeForce2 MX provides both speed for the..."

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Evil Smokin' Dude's House O' 3D on

"The VisionTek P38C01I is a solid card with a rather poor name. But hey, it's an OEM card, remember? By looking at the results it would appear that the card is, for the most part, right on par with..."

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I am not a on

"If you want a card just to play in 16bit mode this is hands down the card for you, however most people I know would want to play in 32bit color. While this card dosn't have the best speeds at..."

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"If you don't want to spend big bucks, but don't want to play Quake3 through a Kaleidoscope this is the card for you! As you can see the system you use it on makes a big difference. It's about 61%..."

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Trainwrecker on

"In a nutshell, it's a lot faster than the TNT2 Ultras that many people continue to hold on to. It's also slower than the GeForce DDR, which is less expensive than it used to be, but it's by no..."

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