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NVIDIA is "replacing" well ... renewing some of their products as we speak, among the new products is the GeForce FX 5500 well new ... This NV34 based graphics card is clocked at 270 MHz on the core and 400 MHz for its DDR memory. Overclocking results where about NIHIL yet Guru3D.com takes it trough a nice set of benchmarks, among them Call of Duty, Unreal Tournament 2003, Halo, Splinter Cell and more .. heres a clip from the thirteen page review:
- Gaming wise, what you can expect from the card is that youll be able to play most older games perfectly fine. Even quite a few of the newer games will have no big problems with this card under two condition. The first; you need to stay at 1024x768 maximum and secondly you do not enable Antialiasing features as the card simply does not have enough processing power. Its not at all bad though.