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Nvidia GeForce4 Ti Available StandaloneCard delivers 4.9 billion textured pixels per second
The GeForce4 Ti offers several improvements over the GeForce4 MX, which is standard on G4 desktops and the new high-end iMac. It's built around the nFiniteFX II engine and uses 128 MB of DDR RAM (with the LightSpeed II memory architecture) to deliver 87 million triangles and 4.9 billion textured pixels per second. t can handle 1.23 trillion operations per second.
The Titanium card includes dual display support in Extended Desktop or mirroring modes. It has an ADC port and a DVI port and can drive two ADC monitors with the addition of Apple's DVI to ADC adapter. It also ships with a DVI to VGA adapter to connect VGA monitors to the card's DVI port.
As a standalone product, the GeForce4 Ti runs $399. As an addon to a new system, it runs $250. For more information, visit http://www.apple.com.
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