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Leadtek WinFast A170 DDR T


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The Leadtek WinFast A170 DDR T is based on the nVIDIA GeForce4 MX 440 GPU. It features 64MB DDR SDRAM 270MHz core memory, 6.4 GB/sec memory bandwidth, and 2048x1536@75Hz maximum resolution. It supports DirectX and OpenGL, and also has an integrated TV encoder (1024x768 resolution).


Leadtek WinFast A170 DDR T Reviews Rating: 80 out of 100 based on 4 ratings. 1 user review.

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Winfast A170 DDR TH 7/10 Faraz Aug 26, 2002
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Bjorn3D 8.0/10 Apr 19 '02
Got Apex? 8/10 Mar 25 '02
Hardware Zone 4/5 Feb 15 '02
Icrontic 85% Apr 12 '02
The DDRZone  --- Mar 23 '02
Tweak Town 9/10 Mar 12 '02
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Bjorn3D on Apr 19 '02

"While not offering the blazing speeds and texture and shading capabilities of the Geforce 4's I felt that the Leadtek Winfast A170 DDR T was still a pretty good card for todays games and a good..."

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Got Apex? on Mar 25 '02

"I'd still recommend a Ti200 as a better value over time, but it really is going to depend on where you are upgrading from. For work, a home theater box, a PC for grandma, the wife or the kids, and..."

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Hardware Zone on Feb 18 '02

"If you are looking for an affordable card to do your basic word processing and occasional 3D gaming with TV-out support, the WinFast A170 DDR T is something you could consider... it should be a..."

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Icrontic on Apr 12 '02

"Anyone planning on a value upgrade should probably wait until the 64MB GeForce4 Ti4200 cards become available or pick up a Radeon 8500 card for around $160.00. Both of these cards offer a much..."

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Tweak Town on Mar 13 '02

"While lacking the GF4's extra features such as DX8 support, 2nd pixel shader, nVidia does have to cut some extras out to make it affordable, yet still worth your money. GF4MX is very much the card..."

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