NEW DRIVER: ABIT SILURO GF2 MX
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|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP|
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ABIT SILURO GF2 MX DRIVER
Overclocking What is a 6-ns memory? It means MHz over the rated value. But note that memory overclocking possibilities can differ depending on a type and PCB design where the chips are installed. The experience show that the video cards based on the reference design have the best possibility in lifting memory frequencies.
The given sample showed rather modest results - MHz. Why are we talking about it in the last turn?
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That's why the GPU frequency hardly influence the overall performance where the main bottleneck is memory bandwidth. Installation and drivers The testbed is the following: Windows 98 SE; monitor: ViewSonic P 21". Some attention should be paid to the Graphics MAX utility which is responsible for overclocking of the board. But apart these functions which are also present in the reference drivers there is nothing in the Graphics MAX. Test results Traditionally we start ABIT Siluro GF2 MX the 2D-graphics.
Video cards are often blamed ABIT Siluro GF2 MX bad image. But do not hurry to do it: Besides, you should know monitors specs concerning quality support of the ultimate resolutions. Sometimes a definite video card doesn't suit some monitor.
Sometimes, it might be a video card to blame for the bad quality of image. The most such cards have it on quite a good level.
ABIT Siluro GF2 MX review
But sometimes I come across exceptions. Some time ago I considered several video cards with defective 2D-graphics. Although ABIT Siluro GF2 MX board in question have not so vivid stripes, they are still noticeable. If you don't have a giant monitor, this is positively all of the graphics ABIT Siluro GF2 MX you need for even the most demanding PC games, at the moment. Obviously, Abit chose this name for their line of graphics cards because they want to be associated with the Silures, a people of ancient Britain described by Tacitus as mainly occupying southern Wales.
Or maybe with the Silurian period, over million years ago. Or perhaps with the ABIT Siluro GF2 MXone of the several menacing races of people in rubber suits who suffered embarrassing defeats whenever they clashed with Doctor Who. Oh well.
It's better than companies that just give their cards numbers. What you get In the Siluro's distinctive triangular-prism box specially designed to drive shelf-stackers to drink there's the card itself, three CD-ROMs and, pleasantly, a good quality two metre S-Video lead. Many video cards with TV output don't come with a cable, and S-Video leads are more expensive than the simple RCA cables you use for composite. It's nice to get one included. You also get an almost completely Chinglish-free paper manual, ABIT Siluro GF2 MX a slightly confusing page numbering scheme. Um, Abit - it's OK to number Section Seven of Chapter Three as "", but numbering the pages similarly, so that the 24th page of Chapter Three, on which Section is located, is page "", is just weird.
Setting up Installing the Siluro is like installing any other AGP graphics card - open computer, remove old card, insert new card, restart. If you're upgrading from another Nvidia card, it's not a bad idea to manually change your video driver back to the plain by VGA setting at the very top of the video hardware list before you make the change.
Shuffling similar cards and their drivers can occasionally cause Win95 and Win98, in particular, to give themselves atomic wedgies. Figuratively speaking.
Generally, though, the hardware installation process is very simple. The only annoying thing about the software setup is that Abit's auto-run menu thingy plays a large streaming video file off the CD, by default, when it runs. The video's shown on the left of the installer window, with buttons for the various things you can install down the right. It's so ABIT Siluro GF2 MX that it can contain more than ten such boards but it's intended only for one - the ABIT Siluro GF2 MX.
ABIT Siluro GF2 MX
By the way, many users might remember. NVIDIA GeForce2 MX OpenGL, DirectX, DirectDraw, Direct3D. QXGA (x), VGA (x), XGA (x), SVGA (x), SXGA (x), UXGA (x), UXGAW (x).