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This is the GeForce FX5200 Video Card AGP 8x 128MB (128-bit) DDR Grapics Processor Unit with TV Out and DVI Out. Users, who hunger for eye-candy animation without breaking the bank, will experience cinematic- quality effects and studio-quality color from the GeForce FX 5200. The NVIDIA CineFX engine allows developers to easily apply their distinctive style to digital content, achieving cinematic visual effects in real time with specialized graphics programs called shaders. Powered by the CineFX engine, the GeForce FX shifts the focus from simple pixel fill rate to sophisticated pixel shading. The GeForce FX eliminates many programming barriers previously associated with pixel shaders by supporting long programs for even the most elaborate effects, and conditional branching capabilities for greater efficiency.
Video Chipset: GeForce 5200
Slot Type: AGP 8x
Interface Type: DVI Yes, VGA Yes, S-Video Yes
Functionality: 2 Monitors
Installed Memory: 128
Product Title: MSI GeForceFX 5200 TD128 Graphics Card
Power Score: 4.2 | 17 Reviews
Video Chipset: GeForce 5200
Core Clock Speed: 250 MHz
Installed Video Memory: 128 MB
Memory Technology: DDR SDRAM
Connectivity and Additional Features
Interface Connection: DVI Yes, VGA Yes, S-Video Yes
Functionality: 2 Monitors
Slot/Port Type: AGP 8x
System Type: PC
Warranty Information: 3 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band: Operation Systems: Windows XP / 2000 / Me / NT all / 98 / 95 Linux compatible Chipset Features: CineFX Shading Architecture Advanced Display Pipeline with Full nView Capabilities Rocket Science For a System-Level Solution Vertical Refresh Rate: 60-240 Hz
Software Included: MSI Live Update Series ( Live VGA BIOS & Live VGA Driver): Automatically online download & update VGA BIOS & Drivers, reduce the risk of getting the wrong files, and never have the trouble on web site searching. 3D! Turbo Experience: Fancy, Game-looking HTML/Flash Based Tool New revolution! MSI is the worldwide first company to propose the advantage of HTML/Flash based utilities. By leading the new software trend, MSI devotes to serve the users a fancy, game- looking utility. Are you ready for the new experience now? GoodMen: Automatically release the system memory space, reduce the risk of system hang-up. LockBox: Instantly enter the data lock mode when you must leave your system for a while. WMIinfor: Automatically list the detail system configuration, it helpful for engineering service people. ThinSoft BeTwin MSI Secure DOC E-Color Adobe Acrobat Reader Trend Micro PC-Cillin 2000 Microsoft DirectX 8.1
Brand Name: MSI
RAMDAC Speed: 400 MHz
Dual RAMDAC: Yes
Analog Signal: Yes
Digital Signal: Yes
Chipset Line: GeForce
Chipset Series: FX
Number of S-Video Output: 1
Number of VGA Output: 1
Number of DVI Output: 1
Front Camera: MSI
Product Reviews (10)
I got this to put in a Dell...
Strengths: Nvidia's broad compatibility, DirectX9 support, Silent, Cheap
Weakness: Slower than others, but then they're more expensive
I got this to put in a Dell whitebox I just got. I've had good experience with Nvidia over the years. And if you go to buy the Dimension 8300 the only low-priced card listed is the Nvidia, even though the two high end ones are ATI. That and the reviews I've read made it sound like it suited my needs. It's a good general use card, ok for "occasional" game playing, no fan (to be as quiet as...
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I got this to put in a Dell whitebox I just got. I've had good experience with Nvidia over the years. And if you go to buy the Dimension 8300 the only low-priced card listed is the Nvidia, even though the two high end ones are ATI. That and the reviews I've read made it sound like it suited my needs. It's a good general use card, ok for "occasional" game playing, no fan (to be as quiet as possible), s-video tv out, and two monitor hookups (one analog, one dvi). Put that all together with the low price from Micer.com ($63.88) and the $5 rebate from Pricegrabber for writing this review and it's a deal.
By redleaf - Mar 30, 2004
GeForce FX5200 is very...
Strengths: It's very good vcard - very convenient .It's one of the best cards with good performance and low price
Weakness: Not very good performance on dx 9
GeForce FX5200 is very advantageous low end card .For your money you get one great producte with average performance and much more 3d effects than ati's based rivalry cards.One of them is hardware support of DX9.On AthlonXP 2000+ - 3Dmark01 - 7800 points .That's very good deal for the poor customer who can satisfy on lower resolution like 800x600 but with excelent frame rate - above 50-60
By LoGaNz - Jan 11, 2004
I'm not a gamer but I wanted a...
Strengths: Good quality, price
Weakness: Haven't discovered any so far but I haven't done much yet to test its capabilities.
I'm not a gamer but I wanted a good card at a reasonable price in the first PC I built and this fit the bill. Microsoft XP OS didn't like it on installation because MSI didn't acquire their digital signature for the product but I installed it anyway and there have been no conflicts or problems so far.
By whud - Sep 16, 2004
I have owned this card in my...
Strengths: The strengths of this card are endless
Weakness: None that i have found in over 2 years
I have owned this card in my gaming machine for over two years, i have had no problems and have found that it is still running todays games such as Riddik, Doom 3, and MOH - PA. This card is the best piece of hardware i have had... I really recommend it.
By Dfarley124 - Jan 19, 2005
Replaced my GeForce 3 Ti500 with...
Strengths: Frame Rates Boosted.. Eye popping graphics..
Weakness: May Require a hi end monitor to really appreciate the difference between a hi end GeForce 3.. I don't see the value in upgrading from a GeForce 3 Ti500 which I have
Replaced my GeForce 3 Ti500 with this card due to 128MB vs 64MB.. No Hoorah from me here.. If I had a new monitor to justify the switch I may see the value in this card as for my current rigs config.. I may return it for a refund and wait til the 9800 drops in price.. However if this is a repalcement for GeForce 2 or earlier than its a great buy.. I paid $99.00 for it and thats a pretty good deal...
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Replaced my GeForce 3 Ti500 with this card due to 128MB vs 64MB.. No Hoorah from me here.. If I had a new monitor to justify the switch I may see the value in this card as for my current rigs config.. I may return it for a refund and wait til the 9800 drops in price.. However if this is a repalcement for GeForce 2 or earlier than its a great buy.. I paid $99.00 for it and thats a pretty good deal for the performance.. It is a great card..no doubt just not that much better than the GeForce 3 I have to justify the expenditure.. Pixel shading can only be appreciated with a lot better monitor thatn mine.. It is the weakest link in my PC Chain (The Monitor not the Card).. when I get around to upgrading my monitor I may see the difference.
By kstailey - Dec 24, 2003