ELSA Erazor X and X2 - Page 2

Our First Brush And Subsequent Crush
In our initial encounter with DDR GeForces, we were really impressed at the performance that the DDR bought us. So I would not expect anything less from the famed ELSA board makers today.

The ELSA range of GeForce cards only arrived on our shores recently and with most GeForces priced so close to each other, what will influence your buying decision? Read on, I have the Erazor X SDR and the Erazor X2 DDR pitted against their Creative counterparts.

Specifications Erazor X

  • nVidia GeForce 256 at 120MHz
  • 32MB Samsung 5.5ns SDRAM at 166MHz
  • 256-bit 2D acceleration, optimized pipeline for 16-bit, 24-bit and 32-bit colour depths
  • 256-bit 3D QuadPipeTM rending engine (4 independent rendering pipelines), hardware transform & lighting, cube environment bump mapping, projective textures, vertex blending, multi-texturing, procedural texturing, table fog, stencil shadowing, texture compression, bilinear, trilinear and 8-tap-anistropic texture filtering, MIP-mapping
  • AGP 2X/4X compliant (4X with Fast Writes)
  • 350MHz RAMDAC
  • Maximum resolution of 2048x1536
  • ELSA ChipGuard
  • ELSA SmartRefresh
  • ELSA SmartResolution


The bundle

Specifications Erazor X2

  • nVidia GeForce 256 at 120MHz
  • 32MB Infineon 6ns DDR SGRAM at 301MHz
  • 256-bit 2D acceleration, optimized pipeline for 16-bit, 24-bit and 32-bit colour depths
  • 256-bit 3D QuadPipeTM rending engine (4 independent rendering pipelines), hardware transform & lighting, cube environment bump mapping, projective textures, vertex blending, multi-texturing, procedural texturing, table fog, stencil shadowing, texture compression, bilinear, trilinear and 8-tap-anistropic texture filtering, MIP-mapping
  • AGP 2X/4X compliant (4X with Fast Writes)
  • 350MHz RAMDAC
  • Maximum resolution of 2048x1536
  • S-Video output (Brooktree 869KRF)
  • ELSA ChipGuard
  • ELSA SmartRefresh
  • ELSA SmartResolution

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