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Whenever a new Nvidia video card chipset comes out, you can count on Asus to produce a graphics card that uses it in short order. Back then, the Asus driver support for the glasses was lousy. SmartDoctor Like various other recent Asus cards, the V Deluxe includes a hardware monitoring chip that allows it to keep track of its supply voltage, temperature and fan speed. So why's the Asus board cost more than the competition? Like various other recent Asus cards, the V Deluxe includes a hardware monitoring chip that allows it to keep track of its supply voltage, f1 team and driver helmets temperature and fan speed.

So, it depends on your needs. The video input connector is a dual-mode socket. But the hardware limitations remain. Well, it does, but it doesn't really matter. Which, at the bottom end of the price scale, is not usually a good idea.

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You don't get head tracking - you can't move your head to one side to see behind something - but the effect is still quite impressive. And if we take competitors from the same camp, i.

One graphics card with a given chipset, clock speed and driver version will run at exactly the same speed as another, and that's the situation with the V Deluxe. What you get The full V Deluxe kit gives you rather more than the plain video-card-and-a-driver-disc package that bargain basement cards offer.

The card ships in a Retail package. Some time ago I wrote about the Titanium line. Maybe thus they set apart junior and elder models.

SmartDoctor can also dynamically change the clock speed of the card in response to its temperature and what you're doing. And if you are overclocking, you don't want SmartDoctor hauling on the handbrake five degrees shy of the point where the card's actually likely to have problems. Sure, it is necessary to pay for the brand name, but I think that the prices are too high. So each eye sees the image that's meant for it, but also sees a dim ghost of the image that's meant for the other eye.

The overclocking results are not the obligatory characteristics of a video card. The result's an odd triple-vision sort of effect.

Now we are going to take a look at the Deluxe revision. Performance One graphics card with a given chipset, clock speed and driver version will run at exactly the same speed as another, and that's the situation with the V Deluxe. The full V Deluxe kit gives you rather more than the plain video-card-and-a-driver-disc package that bargain basement cards offer. To get that refresh rate out of most current screens, you need to run in a relatively low resolution. You might be able to see that much of a difference, if you've got a really pretty game running in a really high resolution.

Definitely less, at lower resolutions. It is the highest possible overclocking level for such cards. Bells and whistles, that's why. The ways the chip and the memory are cooled are different for these cards. Overclockers would hardly like such card without heatsinks on the memory.

Sandy Bridge Trying out the new method. It's high time for all companies to hurry up and to launch the Titanium based cards if they haven't done it yet, otherwise, the monsters will eat up their share. SmartDoctor's warnings are also still rather impolite - it flicks back to Windows to show you its alarm pop-up.

If you don't need the frills, though, you don't need the Deluxe. It depends on how many twinkling white pixels seen out of the corner of your eye you can stand.

For a start, there are these things. Which can wreck your game all by itself, especially if the game doesn't like switching back to the desktop, and hangs the computer instead. The finned heat sinks on the V memory should be more than adequate. The big deal about this chipset, with current games, is that it can display very high resolutions and maintain a very high frame rate. Most cards with S-Video connectors don't give you a cable.

And even Pure cards which lack such details have places for mounting the corresponding chips and connectors. Which puts a bit of a damper on the pretty-factor. The drawback is a lack of dual-monitor support. Not stupidly expensive for what you get. Now, you don't need to any more.

All the cards have a wide set of accessories, especially the Deluxe revisions. Some light always gets through.

Each eye sees a different image. Unfortunately, it lost the palm in releasing its new products. If someone set your card back to stock speed, though, I wouldn't be surprised if you never noticed.

P8ZV DELUXE Driver & Tools

The Ti card, especially Deluxe, is too expensive, though it is better in speed and in accessories. Ins and outs The back of the V Deluxe is only just big enough for all of the connectors.