Creative 3D Blaster GeForce2 MX Reviews
Product Type: Creative graphic cards
Description:Model ID 7000000002085 / Creative 3D Blaster GeForce2 MX - Graphics adapter - GF2 MX - PCI - 32 MB DDR - retail / Introducing the game accelerator for the masses - the 3D Blaster GeForce2 MX. This incredible accelerator with 2nd generation Transform and Lighting (T&L) engines ... more
Creative 3D Blaster GeForce2 MX ... delivers processing power of up to 20 million triangles per second to the mainstream. Featuring the NVIDIA Shading Rasterizer (NSR), the 3D Blaster GeForce2 MX includes advanced per-pixel shading capabilities for realistic visual effects and fill rates of up to 700 Megatexels per second. With GeForce2 MX, you'll have all the power you need for 3D games at a price you can afford.
Best of all, the 3D Blaster GeForce2 MX includes everything you'd expect from a 3D accelerator: 256-bit graphics architecture, true color 32-bit 3D rendering, 32-bit Z/stencil buffer, DXTC texture compression for Direct3D and OpenGL and superior video capabilities including MPEG1 and MPEG2 playback.
Newest Review: ... a graphics card worth getting. This card will definitely boost your frame rates and enhance your gaming experience. For those ... more
Customer Creative 3D Blaster GeForce2 MX Reviews (33)
by - written on 02/07/02, updated on 02/07/02 (Very useful, 556 readings)
Graphics cards, for some reason, suffer more than almost any other piece of PC kit from snobbery. Perhaps it's the fact that what they do is so immediately apparent, but it's still startling to see the frequency with which questions on message boards and newsgroups about what card would be OK for some middle-ranking PC game are met with a vehement denial that anything less than a top of the range Whizz Bang Ultra Wonder Super Card will be any use at all. This, of course, is arrant nonsense, as the example of nVidia's excellent GeForce 2 MX card shows - and a good thing too, as most of the people who go on about those high-powered cards are Americans, who seem Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/02, updated on 07/07/02 (Very useful, 272 readings)
I would rate the Geforce 2 MX cards as acceptable to those on a budget. The Geforce 2 MX belongs to the Geforce 2 family of AGP-based chipsets made by the Nvidia company and there are many different card manufacturers using it. It's basically similar to it's bigger brothers within the GF2 range: MX 400; GTS; Pro, Ultra and Ti. The most prominent difference is it's lower core and memory speeds. So you can see that you're getting something special in terms of performance that has been down rated for the budget buyer. Which is exactly where this card this aimed. The MX 400 version has the same chipset but has 64MB of RAM instead of 32. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/01, updated on 24/08/01 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Yep, that's some title for a graphics card - but it's 100% true. If you've read some of my other opinions, you might know that me and Creative haven't always "got on". From the time I first bought a Creative CD-RW drive which never worked I was doubtful about their products. However, determined to give them a second chance I purchased one of their fine looking GeForce II MX graphics cards. Now, I'm not usually a picky person but you have to ask what kind of company Creative is. They barely package the card at all, and the end result can be one which isn't too pleasing. When my card arrived it has lost several parts, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/01, updated on 02/12/01 (Very useful, 847 readings)
Updated ******* The GeForce 2 MXs are excellent value graphics cards. Basically they are a cut down version of it's older brothers, the GTS, the Pro, and the Ultra. An explanation of some of the jargon I will use: Clock speed - how fast it goes Memory Speed - important for hi res gaming Pipelines - for upping the fillrate AGP - Accelerated Graphics Port (Faster than PCI) PCI - Peripeheral Component Interconnect (Standard expansion slot, for a wide range of peripeheral, runs slower than AGP - not recommended for graphics usage) The MX is the slowest version of the GeForce 2 line of cards, though it is also ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/00, updated on 28/11/00 (Very useful, 191 readings)
After purchasing my soltek board (see in motherboards). I had made well informed desicions and purchased the Creative GeForce 2 MX. After the PC was all up and running, a game HAD to be run. Beforehand though, I had to install the card. I removed the card from the neat packaging, and then placed into my AGP slot. The card is long, and it made installing any IDE devices into my secondary IDE slot. But, the card fitted snugly, and booted fine. Mind you, I was a bit bemused to find there was no heatsink on the card at all though. Anyway, PC booted, WinME installed, and it was after the drivers. Placed the drivers, and it all installed no ... Read the complete review
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