The contents in the box include a basic installation manual and an RCA cable for TV-Out. The installation CD has NVIDIA's 6.31 Detonator drivers for Windows 9x, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, and Linux. The CD also contained drivers for DirectX 7 along with trial versions of Powerstrip, PowerDVD, PowerVCD and some wallpaper of X-Micro products.
X-Micro Hulk V GeForce2 MX
The Hulk V contains TV-Out connections via Composite or S-Video (cable is not included). The TV-Out duties are handled by Chrontel's CH7007A Digital PC to TV Encoder chip which operates in 5 different resolutions including 640x480 and 800x600.
The card comes equipped with a standard heatsink and fan over the graphics processing unit. The single data rate memory modules are from Samsung and are rated at 6 nanoseconds.
32MB SDR Memory
Just in case this is your first look at a GeForce2 MX, here's a listing of the basic specifications:
- NVIDIA second generation 256-bit Graphics Processing Unit (GPU).
- Capable of rendering 20 million triangles per second and 700 million textured pixels per second.
- Digital Vibrance Control for fine-tuning display settings under various lighting conditions.
- NVIDIA Shading Rasterizer (NSR) performs per-pixel shading capabilities.
- Supports DirectX and OpenGL based applications and games.
- AGP 4X with Fast Writes and Execute Mode.
- 350Hz RAMDAC supports a maximum resolution of 2048x1536.
- NTSC/PAL TV-Output with flicker filter.
- Driver support for Windows 95/98, ME, 2000, NT 4.0, and Linux.
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