Re: Anyone ever see any mythical/mutant video cards?
I've seen them...they were never meant to be publicized, and they were dumped into a shallow grave near the San Andreas Fault, but their ghosts still linger. It starts with no more than a small chill, but then becomes slightly colder, and colder, punctuated by periods of hot flashes, and then...you see them. Shimmering in the desert, louder than a train, they come at you in droves.
Yes, friends, I'm talking about...the Geforce4 Ti 4900. They had a 512 bit memory bus, a gig of DDR 2, liquid nitrogen cooling systems, a 64 bit pipe, all mounted onto a what looked like a PNY Verto Geforce Ti 4600. Core clocks exceeded one 1ghz, and memory was at 3 ghz. It was DX 9 compatible, as the first few were made just a few days before the release of the Geforce FX, but it was too expensive to manufacture, so all 20 of them were buried, never to be seen again.
Oh, and don't go digging in the desert. Unless you are one with the Nvway, their great energy can not be harnessed.
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