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Old 03-19-08, 06:30 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by [EOCF] Tim
Except the Riva128, Riva 128ZX, Riva TNT, TNT2, TNT2 Ultra, Geforce 256, Geforce 2 GTS, Geforce 2 Ultra.

They all sucked?

nVidia have always been pioneers, ATI always followed, one or two exceptions, but that has been generally the case since 1994.
I have to agree. Anything with an MX in the name sucked. Everything else was pretty awesome.

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Old 03-20-08, 09:59 AM   #14
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On a side note. When NV1 was launched, nVidia had only 30 employees.

30. Incredible, and then to launch the NV1, with integrated soundcard, and game port aswell. Nice.
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Oh, my friend bought one of those when they were brand new. He had no games to speak of except the Sega game mentioned above, and some demo with dragon thingy if I recall correctly. It was amazing though. When I got my Voodoo1 card it wasn't so good any longer tho. :P

Every nvidia card up to series Geforce 3 were nothing but garbage...
You can't be serious, the TNT2 blew everything the competition had out of the water at the time, it was nVidias ticket to the top. And I liked my GeForce DDR, it actually served in my friends computer all the way 'till 2003. (He was unemployed and borrowed old stuff from me, lol).
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I thought the Geforce 4 ti 4200/4400's were pretty darn good at the time.

Mine lasted me until EQ2 hit and even that played Beta pretty darn well. It wasn't until a patch right after release that things went south and I had to upgrade.
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The 4200 and 4400's were awesome cards for the price. Nvidia hadn't matched them in price vs performance until the 8800GT.
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