In the case of the AGP slot, space is saved by placing bulky but vital motherboard components such as ports under the AGP card itself. When placed in a NLX case, this space is filled with ports rising off the motherboard, creating a stacked layout. The currently available 2. This is due to the fact that the sensor inputs are not able to be seen by the user. It accomplishes this by utilizing two methods commonly used to shrink computer size: Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment.
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When placed in a NLX case, this space is filled with ports rising off the motherboard, creating a stacked layout. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me.
Log in Don’t have an account? The GA Plus is a pretty unique card in a number of ways, which unfortunately skews our overclocking results slightly.
While the safety of the ChipDoctor software is pretty cool, the usability of the utility leaves something to be desired. The card its self contains many of the components that we see on the SDR GeForces coming into the erazkr.
NVIDIA RIVA TNT2 Pro
No amount of clicking or searching will allow the user to see just how hot the chip is running or how much power the fan is using. The choice to use a larger heat sink will find no complaints from us, as cooler is always better.
We were interested to find out how the fan monitoring works, considering that the fan only has two wires going to it.
Elsa was not able to provide a card in time for publication. Gigabyte provided us erzzor a sample of their GA Pluswhich is the card we used for the test purposes of this article.
Most of the fans on the market have three wires going to them: As always, overclocking results will vary from card to card and a variety of other factors can influence these results greatly. It accomplishes this by utilizing two methods commonly used to shrink computer size: Post Your Comment Please log in or sign up to comment. Speaking to ELSA we learned of a different monitoring option used here.
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The Card – ELSA ERAZOR X SDR GeForce
This is due to the fact that the sensor inputs are not able to be seen by the user. Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. A power draw that is above or below the normal draw indicates a problem with the fan. Matrox Millenium G 5. ChipGuard i s an ELSA produced program that runs resident in the taskbar upon installation of the drivers note that only the shipping drivers come with the ChipGuard program, all Internet based drivers will not contain this feature.
ELSA ERAZOR III LT graphics card – TNT2 M64 – 32 MB Series
Windows 98 SE Test System. The ChipDoctor utility is cool but additional utilities could make it even cooler.
NLX is a eelsa new case standard seen to the leftset into motion in by Intel, that minimizes the amount of space that the case takes up, creating, in essence, a tiny, cute computer. Unreal Tournament Overclocking Conclusion.
In the case of the AGP slot, space is saved by placing bulky but vital motherboard components such as ports po the AGP card itself. When a company decides it wants to make a video card using the GeForce chipset, NVIDIA puts out a reference design for the graphics board itself, eliminating the need for manufacturers’ tweaks.
The only sign and use of the Erazro running under normal conditions is a small green icon on the taskbar. When ChipGuard detects this, a window pops up and notifies the user of a potential fan problem. The currently available 2. Nevertheless, we set out to explore the limits of overclocking with the TNT2 Pro. In fact, the increased open space created by using an NLX form factor card actually provides an advantage over normal AGP cards because the free space, in theory, results in increased case air flow and also a nice place to run cables, if necessary.
Further, the memory on the GA Plus is only rated at 6ns or MHz, so the memory is one potential bottleneck. Log in Don’t have an account?