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    Visiontek Xtasy GeForce4 Ti4600
    Author: David Pitlyuk
    Date Posted: March 27th, 2002
    SLRating: SLRating: 8/10
    Bottom Line: The card is fast, no doubt about it, but it may not exactly be cost worthy. It depends on exactly what features you need and if you want bragging rights or not.

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    Visiontek once again is the first GeForce4 card onto the shelves. Visiontek has been dominating the video card market recently, and seems to be only getting better for them as other companies have dropped out of the NVIDIA graphic card market lately. This is allowing Visiontek to take more and more of the market, looks like their decision to bring the video card line out of just OEM and into retail was a smart choice. Another smart decision in my opinion was their choice of names for their cards this time around with the GeForce4 line. In the previous generation, the GeForce3 Titanium series, Visiontek had names like the Visiontek Xtasy 6964…try and guess which card that is (it's the GeForce3 Ti500 by the way). While they did keep their Xtasy line in-tact, the card's name is now just the chip from NVIDIA that they are using. This brings us to the beginning of our review.

    Visiontek's first GeForce4 (actual NV25 technology) to be released is the Ti4600 (named the Visiontek Xtasy Ti4600 appropriately), which is in fact the top of the line in graphics technology currently. We will be looking at this card today. Aside from the Ti4600, Visiontek will also have the Ti4400 and Ti4200. We got their Ti4400 card just in time to include it in our benchmarks, so we do have the numbers for the card in this review. Let's now take a look at the Ti4600's specs:



    • Controller: NVIDIA GeForce4 Ti 4600
    • Bus Type AGP
    • Memory 128MB DDR
    • Core Clock 300MHz
    • Memory Clock 650MHz DDR memory
    • RAMDAC 350MHz
    • Vertical Refresh See Chart on other side
    • API Support Direct-X®, Open GL ICD® for Windows
    • Connectors VGA, DVI, TV In/Out
    • 1.23 trillion operations/sec.
    • 136 Million triangles/sec setup
    • 10.4GB/second memory bandwidth

    Features at a Glance

    • AGP 4x compatible with fast writes
    • 256-bit 3D and 2D graphics accelerator
    • NVIDIA nView™ display technologies
    • Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ II
    • Accuview Antialiasing™
    • High Definition Video Processing Engine
    • TV In/Out connectors
    • DVI connector

    Package Contains

    • GeForce4 Ti 4600™ Graphics Accelerator
    • Installation Guide
    • Installation CD
    • Install Guide .pdf
    • Demos
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader™
    • NVIDIA® Unified Driver Architecture
    • Cyberlink PowerDVD™
    • Cyberlink PowerDirector


    • IBM PC or 100% Compatible
    • 266 MHz or higher CPU (AMD K6-2
    • Intel Pentium II or higher)
    • AGP 2.0 Compliant Socket
    • CD ROM drive
    • Windows 95 OSR2, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP 64MB of RAM
    In The Box Go the the next page
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    5. 3DMark 2001 SE
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    7. WinXP Bench
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    9. Pros & Cons/Conclusion

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