Since a gt is basiclly an gt Wonder what this card runs like. Tuesday, August 21st Yet low end cards are sold a lot more than high end cards. Oh ya I forgot, E-peen. I know, I’m just getting tired of this whole thing of EOLing one product just to re-release it as another model number. It ran cool, completely silent passive , and could playback video without any problems. Great for a media box build on a tight budget.
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This item may be a floor model or 94000gt return that has been used. The only reason people will buy shit like this is because most PC users are uneducated, and will buy whatever a sales rep shoves down their throat.
We don’t know about the clock speeds differences between the cards either. On-board solutions for example determine most of the market.
There are a few instances where it is a good move, but IMO, nVidia is kind of taking it too far. See details for description of any imperfections. Wonder what the specs are.
MSI NVIDIA GeForce 9400 GT (N9400GTMD1G) 1GB GDDR2 SDRAM PCI Express x16 Graphic Card
I think that says just about everything. The first picture shows the MB variant model: TweakTown posted the first pictures of cards made by MSI.
Skeptcal at frist Great video card being a used card, in spite of it being a little scared up along the board where it plugs in to slot, and it took some time to fiend the right 9400gr for the card having to try and avoid being hit by adds for Driver Detective on my 9400ggt once I made it past driver detective an down loaded correct driver 94000gt worked great very pleased with the GeForce video card is a good card fro beginner Gaming,after all it was what I Bought it for.
This one probably has the latest PureVideo goodies for video playback. I can’t really see a use for cards this weak in todays market On a sidenote, do these low end cards support physx and which uses the least power? Ratings and Reviews Write a review.
The lowest-priced item that has been used or worn previously. It was perfect for what it did. Most people don’t need fast cards, the fact that we do does not reflect on the market. This item doesn’t belong on this page.
Support For NGT-MD1G | Graphics card – The world leader in display performance | MSI Global
My only interest is That these will probably start popping up in laptops. Whatever happened to entry level first, flagship last? This GT has to be several times faster and more feature packed than a TC. Great video card being a used card, in spite of it being a little scared up along the board where it plugs in to slot, and it took some time to fiend the right driver for the card having to try and avoid being hit by adds for Driver Detective on msj search once I made it past driver detective an down loaded correct driver it worked great very pleased with the GeForce video card is a good card fro beginner Gaming,after all it was what I Bought it for.
Oh ya I forgot, E-peen.
MSI NGT-MD1G – graphics card – GF GT – 1 GB Overview – CNET
Maybe if they would have switched these parts to 55nm I wouldn’t be as hard on them, but since they aren’t 55nm yet, I just don’t think nVidia should have pushed them onto the market. It is expected that the GT offers twice the level of performance 1gbb its predecessor, the GS. Show More Show Less. The GT is basically just a rebadged GT.
It just screws up the market and the development of tech, because they release budget after flagship, which decreases the value and worth of the flagship, and also gives people false impressions about a product’s capability. So in if this holds true for the GT to preform like the GT then its alot faster than your TC, as a TC is preformance comparable to say a Geforce3 ti Skip to main content. As for the specs, it looks like the GT is just a GT. Not bad for a media box on the cheap.
I know there is a market for low end cards, but with the current cards on the market I just don’t see these as being useful additions to the market. FFS, how much cheaper do you need things?