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Old 05-13-2010, 09:10 PM   #1
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I have a old geforce 4 MX440 SE video card, it says it has a memory of a wopping 64mb and it uses a regular PCI socket. My question is, does anyone know how many bits this card has?
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I have a old geforce 4 MX440 SE video card, it says it has a memory of a wopping 64mb and it uses a regular PCI socket. My question is, does anyone know how many bits this card has?
How many bits of what? Memory?
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How many bits of what? Memory?
memory interface, sorry for leavin that out!!
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memory interface, sorry for leavin that out!!
Google. I'm not even going to post one of those LMGTFY links for this one.
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• 256-bit GeForce4 MX 440-SE (250MHz clock)
• 64MB 64-bit 6ns 8x16 DDR Memory (166MHz clock - 333MHz effective)
• Dual PC 99 DB-15 analog connector (VESA DDC2B + DPMS)
• 31 Million Triangles / Sec. (chipset spec)
• 1.1 Billion Texels / Sec. (chipset spec)
• 2.15GB per Second Memory Bandwidth
• 32-bit Color with 32-Bit Z/Stencil Buffer
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256-bit GeForce4 MX 440-SE (250MHz clock)
64MB 64-bit 6ns 8x16 DDR Memory (166MHz clock - 333MHz effective)
Dual PC 99 DB-15 analog connector (VESA DDC2B + DPMS)
31 Million Triangles / Sec. (chipset spec)
1.1 Billion Texels / Sec. (chipset spec)
2.15GB per Second Memory Bandwidth
32-bit Color with 32-Bit Z/Stencil Buffer
Thank you for the info, i spent about a hour last night tryin to find the info on my card, didnt know they make hundards a different MX440 cards they all look different. But did find out that it was a 256-bit memory interface. This is what im gonna put in my gaming rig until i can get me a better card, but at least in can use this card to be able to load my OS and use word processor and very very old games. LOL
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