G2Ti Pro-T


Support Memory

   64MB DDR SDRAM

On-board Function

   TV-out (S-Video)
General Features
  
   
Per-Pixel Shading, 8 Texels Per Clock
   2nd-generation T&L Engines
   Integrated Single-link TMDS Transmitter
   256-bit Graphics Architecture
   Double Data Rate (DDR) Memory
   AGP 4X with Fast Writes
   Industry's only true 32-bit Z/Stencil
   DirectX Texture Compression Support
   1 Billion Texel Fill Rate
   31 Million Triangle/sec
   6.4GB/sec Memory Bandwidth
   Maximum 3D/2D resolution of 2048 x 1536 @60Hz
   Complete DirectX 7, DirectX 6 and DirectX 5 support


Visually Stunning Interactive 3D
  
   8 texture-mapped, filtered, lit texels per clock cycle
   Single pass multi-texturing
   H/W Anti-Aliasing
   High Quality Texture Filtering, Including Anisotropic
   Advanced per-pixel, perspective-correct texturing and shading
   Fog and Depth Cueing


High-performance 256-bit 2D acceleration
  
   Optimized for multiple color depths including 32, 24, 25, and 8-bits per pixel
   True-Color hardware cursor
   Multi-buffering (double, triple, quad buffering) for smooth animation and video playback


Full Software Support
  
   Windows® 95 / 98 and Windows® ME Display Drivers
   Windows® 2000 and NT 4.0 Display Drivers
   OpenGL ICD support for Windows® 95 / 98 / NT4.0 / 2000


Supports super high resolution graphics modes
       
    640x480   8/16/32  bit  colors with  150Hz
    800x600   8/16/32  bit  colors with  150Hz
    1024x768   8/16/32  bit  colors with  120Hz
    1152x864   8/16/32  bit  colors with  120Hz
    1280x1024   8/16/32  bit  colors with  100Hz
    1600x1200   8/16/32  bit  colors with    85Hz
    1920x1200   8/16/32  bit  colors with    75Hz
    2048x1536   8/16       bit  colors with    60Hz


 
Product bundled contents
  
  ◊ MSI DVD Player
  ◊ 3D Game: Sacrifice

 

MSI Reminds You...

  1. The specifications may differ from areas and we keep the right to change without notice. Please check the specific Specification with your local dealers.
  2. The color of the product might be affected by photography and the monitor's setting, which might be different from the real product.

 

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