Video and Graphics Card
NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti 200 itself sports only one common VGA port, and in fact don’t have TV out facilities. This is one one problem you have to overcome if you want to connect a DVD to view movies to one large screen. The software bundle isn’t exceptional either, with and one will need to look elsewhere too. My particular card did come with Windows XP drivers, although equally I had one NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti 200 set up already on my system. However I opted for a full reinstall.
I’d recommend this board, mainly because it’s certainly better than GeForce4 MXs. It can also easily be genuinely advanced clocked like the GeForce2s with few tweaks. I’d go as far as to say it’s best value card out there at moment, there isn’t one game it can’t play and it supports high resolutions which will satisfy some of the best games out there.
The GeForce3 Ti 200 is based around slowest and cheapest boards by NVIDIA, but don’t let that put you away. The card is still extremely capable as it offers full DirectX 8 compatibility, that newer cards do not. This is very important because games are ultimately being published that support features such as pixel shaders, that give some fantastic sophisticated rippling result to water. Just to conclude, I would recommend this graphics card cause it’s cheap, supports DirectX and provides excellent value for money for it’s specifications.