Matrox Millenium G550 Pro Reviews

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Matrox Millenium G550 Reviews

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Neoseeker 90% Aug 27 '01
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Matrox Millenium G550 Roundups and Shootouts

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Matrox Millenium G550 Previews

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SystemLogic.net Jun 21 '01
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"The 3D Gaming performance of the G550, although it is definitely better than the G450, leaves a lot to be desired. Sure, this card is not targeted at the hard core 3D-gamer, but a lot of professionals out there do not want to swap their videocard out when they play a 3D-game."
"If the Matrox Millennium G550 was being ranked against other gaming video cards then its review score would be around 4 or 5 on a scale of 10; however, if focusing on its uses primarily in the workplace, then the G550 deserves a solid 8. Hopefully with the release of future video cards Matrox will make a bigger leap from the previous."
"The G550 IS a great business card, but it's going to take a lot more than cards like this to compete with Nvidia and ATI. Both companies are rapidly adding better multi-monitor features to their next generation cards, and have just as good business-class graphics performance as the G550 does."
"This card does not have all the new graphical features of say , a Geforce 3 but the card was never meant to have such features. This card is meant for Business and Workplace computers. It has been made with more non-gaming related features built in. However, the card should still hold up alright in the gaming arena."
"Well, as we knew all along, the G550 is no gaming video card – it’s meant for maximizing productivity. Whether you want it for the office or your a power user or otherwise chances are, your boss doesn’t want you to play games on the company issued computer in the first place."
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