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Product: GeForce 4 Ti 4600
Company: NVIDIA
Estimated Street Price:
Review By: Julien Jay

Final Results And Overall Mark  

Table Of Contents
1: Introduction
2: GeForce4 Ti 4600 Technology Explanation
3: GeForce 4 Ti 4600 Technology Explanation 2
4: GeForce 4 Ti 4600 Technology Explanation 3
5: nView
6: Direct 3D Benchmarks
7: OpenGL Benchmarks

Well we have reached the end of the review. Here are my final comments, notes and grades for NVIDIA GeForce 4 Ti 4600.


Final Comments

How It Grades

Installation: 85%
3D Performance: 90%
2D Quality: 85%
Multi-Monitor Support: 80%
Drivers Quality/Reliability: 90%
Price/Value: 70%
Overall: 83.33%

The GeForce 4 Ti 4600 isnít a revolution but does provide ferocious graphics power. It is clearly the ultimate state of the art 3D graphics adapter available today on the market. Neither the ATI Radeon 8500 nor the GeForce 3 Ti 500 can measure up to the GeForce 4 Ti 4600. Overall this brand new GPU provides a dramatic performance increase of 20-30% over the GeForce 3 Ti 500. With so much power, the best of class 3D graphics adapter lets you enjoy a demoniac framerate when using 2x or Quicunx anti aliasing modes in 1024*768 or higher resolutions ensuring fluid gameplay.  

With higher frequencies, more memory, new hardware technologies and smart algorithm tweaking combined to the brand new nView technology NVIDIA confirms its leadership. Being displayed at the same price as its predecessor the GeForce 4 Ti 4600 remains expensive. All in all the GeForce 4 Ti 4600 is clearly a good buy especially when you consider the performance boost and the new features it offers. However the lack of support from renowned manufacturers like Hercules can, in a way, limit the adoption of the GeForce 4 Ti 4600.


Specs & Package
Overall Score 83.33%
Version Reviewed NVIDIA GeForce 4 Ti 4600
Release Date Out Now
The Good Points Excellent Performance
nFinite FX II Engine
nView Technology
Revamped Antialiasing method
Outstanding Drivers
Full DirectX Support
The Bad Points Expensive
'Big' card
No hardware DVD MPEG2 uncompression engine


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