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Leadtek Ti4400 GeForce4 Review
By: Typedef Enum - April 15, 2001


In the PC Graphics arena, Leadtek is synonymous with quality. Over the years, I have always held this Company in very high regard. When nVidia announced the GeForce4 chip many moons ago, I thought it would be an interesting challenge to contact the sales force (as I refer to them) at Leadtek and query them about card availability, and the possibility of conducting a review.

About 4 weeks ago, I picked up the telephone and dialed the number to Leadtek, spoke to a couple of folks, and was transferred to their sales team. I ended up speaking to one of the sales guys, and had an interesting chat. I told him I was calling on behalf of nvnews, and would be interested in covering their product(s). After playing email-tag for a week or 2, to my surprise, Leadtek sent me a WinFast A250 TD Ti4400 review board.

That should give you some hint as to my overall impression of the Company.

Before I begin, let's just take a look at the general specifications of the GeForce4 Ti 4400 series, shall we?

  • Clock: 275 MHz.
  • Memory: 128 MB 550 MHz.
  • nfiniteFX II Engine
  • Accuview Antialiasing
  • nView Display Technology
  • Lightspeed Memory Architecture II

If you're not intimately familiar with the GeForce4 (or the GeForce3), head on over the Mike's Preview to get a handle on things. In a nutshell, the GeForce4 archtecture is an extension of the NV20/GeForce3, adding a second Vertex Shader module, an advanced Antialiasing mode, higher clocked (depending on model), and more memory bandwidth.

Is it all about performance? Is it only a "GeForce3 on steroids?" Let's find out.

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