Inno3D GeForce2 Ultra and GeForce3 video card review, part 1
2. GeForce2 Ultra and GeForce3
GeForce2 Ultra is the most brilliant representative of the GeForce2 line of graphic accelerators. It is manufactured by 0.18 micron microtechnology at a working frequency of 250Mhz and effective memory frequency of 460MHz.
The NVIDIA Shading Rasterizer™ (NSR) combined with the blazing fill rate of an NVIDIA GPU, delivers incomparable resolution and accuracy. Complex scenes are now rich with detail. Features such as per-pixel bump mapping can be utilized to a more dramatic visual effect.
Due to the video processor with high resolution capabilities you can enter the world of the digital television by acquiring one DTV card, which will allow you to receive the incoming digital signal, and of course by subscribing for digital television.
Geforce3 introduces the greatest improvement after the graphic accelerators. This is the nfiniteFX™ engine and its programmable 3D effects that is achieved by combining programmable vertex ? pixel shading. NVIDIA nfiniteFX™ engine gives the developers of computer games and multimedia applications the freedom to create unlimited special effects and unusual landscapes, thus offering the gamers and multimedia enthusiats the most enchanting visual experience available for a personal computer.
Thanks to the table you can seen under this text you can easily find out what are the main differences between GeForce2 Ultra and the GeForce3 graphics chips:
We draw your attention to the NVIDIA’s third generation graphic and video accelerator presented in a video card by the Hong-Kong company Innovision Multimedia Ltd.