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Review : Palit Daytona Geforce 4 Ti4200 128MB VC

Posted on Thursday, September 19 2002 @ 11:17:02 CEST by

ipKonfig has made a review of Palit Daytona's Geforce 4 Ti4200 128MB VC :
Here is where we find the bottom line on this card: is it worth your money, or is it a piece of junk? Going over the main points of the card we can see you get no sort of bundle so if you're attracted to free demo games or other software, you are out of luck. This package also leaves you in the water if you want an S-Video cable or DVI to VGA connector. So, "What do you get?" is the question. Well, Palit sacrifices the bundle to offer much lower pricing, and includes 128MB of RAM ready for upcoming games able to take full advantage of it.

The card also sports a standard Nvidia heatsink customized with the Palit logo and coloring; this is not a bad heatsink, and will allow for some decent overclocking. Another look at the card shows the somewhat purple-colored PCB with a snazzy look and decent performance. All in all, this card gives you ultimate graphics at a budget shopper's price--a good option for any gamer or average user



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