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  • NVIDIA nfiniteFX Engine

    NVIDIA’s programmable Vertex and Pixel Shaders, and 3D textures. The nfiniteFX engine gives developers the freedom to program a virtually infinite number of custom special effects, in order to create true-to-life characters and environments.

  • Shadow Buffers

    Part of the nfiniteFX II and nfiniteFX Engines, shadow buffers enable self-shadowing for characters and objects, and soften the edges of shadows for realistic effects, adding depth to scenes and highlighting spatial relationships between objects.

GeForce3: Reviews & Editorials

 


 TheSun.co.uk (GEFORCE3 TITANIUM 500 - 21/11/01)
They say a picture is worth a thousand words so without a decent graphics card, expect to have a PC that may look good on the outside - thanks to our Coolermaster and Enlight cases - but doesn't meet the grade on the inside.

 Maximum3D (Prolink announced new GeForce Titanium Series - 17/10/01)
Prolink announced its new GeForce Titanium series of Graphics Processing Units (GPUs). The PixelView GeForce3 Ti and GeForce2 Ti series of GPUs deliver breakthrough graphics technologies, each providing unprecedented levels of performance and visual quality. The new series of GPUs support DirectX8 and Programmable Shader Technology aggressively into the mainstream.

 Hexus.net (Prolink Announces GeForce Titanium - 14/10/01)
Taipei, Taiwan, October 14, 2001 - Prolink Microsystems Corp., the leader in VGA & Multimedia, today announced the most powerful TITANIUM series graphics cards - GeForce3 Ti500, GeForce3 Ti200 and GeForce2 Ti. Based on nVIDIA innovation TITANIUM powerful GPU, PixelView GeForce3 Ti500 / 200 and GeForce2 Ti deliver breakthrough high-speed, infinite performance and 3D realistic effect.

 PCFormat.co.uk (nVidia announce new GeForce 3s - 5/10/01)
In keeping with the new-chip-every-six months policy that nVidia embarked on some time ago, the next generation of GeForce graphics cards have been unveiled to the gaming public. We've actually had one for a couple of days here at PC Format, and can confirm that we're suitably impressed.

 VNUnet.com (Nvidia GeForce 3 Ti 500 - 5/10/01)
This week Nvidia launched its Titanium range of GPUs, promising more bang for the buck than its GeForce 3 predecessors. After vnunet managed to get its hands on the leader of the pack, the GeForce 3 Ti 500, we took it for a quick spin.

 Tecnation (GeForce 3 Titanium 500 - 3/10/01)
October 1st is upon us and the time has come for nVidia to let loose their latest creation, the question that plays on all of our minds though is the Ti500 be the new ULTRA? This is more than just an Ultra and the new branding reflects this change. Sure the clock speed is considerably higher but given the quality of the latest yields on the GeForce 3 chip many avid overclockers have already surpassed these figures. What sets this new card aside is the addition of two new features aimed squarely at image quality without being detriment to performance. Let's get down to what the Ti500 offers over and above its existing siblings.

 ZDNet.co.uk (nVidia GeForce3 Ti500 - 2/10/01)
Graphics card development continues apace, and nVidia's latest offering adds performance and features over the previous generation of GeForce3 cards. Although the new GeForce3 Ti500 is undoubtedly faster than its predecessors, nVidia is keen to point out that the greatest advances are in image quality. If this sounds familiar, it's because that's exactly what the company said when the original GeForce3 was released.

 Eurogamer.net (GeForce 3 Titanium - 1/10/01)
NVIDIA have sculpted a commanding lead in the consumer graphics card industry, but in doing so they have wielded only the bluntest of weapons. The first of these is obviously speed. The key to every gamer’s heart, they reason, is the framerate and resolution at which he can run his favourite games.

 Bjorn3D (NVIDIA Titanium Series - 1/10/01)
Does anyone remember the golden days of the 3D accelerator? At that time you were happy if the companies released a new card every year. This had the advantage that you knew that when you bought that shiny new card - it wouldn’t be superseded with a newer and better model in a few months.

 Eurogamer (01-May-2001)
Coming up with ways to reinvent the graphics card market is something NVIDIA pride themselves on. Ever since the TNT2 really started giving 3Dfx (big ‘D’) a run for its money many moons ago, they’ve been on the up with every new release.

 
 
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