- Dec 19, 2005
THIS IS BRAND NEW CARD, STILL IN ORIGINAL BOX WITH ALL ACCESSORIES AS PER PHOTO.
OPENED ONCE TO CHECK CONTENT AND TEST IT.
100% WORKING CONDITION!
GREAT CARD IF YOU WANT TO BUILD OLD PC WITH PCI-E PORT.
Nope. The Ultra used a different model NV16. The GTS, Pro and Ti used the mainstream NV15. The budget oriented MX used the NV1A.Is this essentially the same as a Geforce 2 Ultra performace-wise?
The GeForce 2 series was the beginning of the "too many skus" era.
Nope. The Ultra used a different model NV16. The GTS, Pro and Ti used the mainstream NV15. The budget oriented MX used the NV1A.
The Ti arrived to the party late. It was a higher clocked GTS part, much like the Pro. I guess you could consider the Ti a budget Ultra?
Anyway, by the time the Ti arrived the GeForce 3 was an option, although the higher clocks of the Ti gave it an edge in some scenarios.
The Ultra had a higher clocked memory compared to the Ti, otherwise they were the same. The Ultra also only came in one memory config, 64MB. The ebay auction OP linked was the 32MB flavor, although 64MB was an option.
What one person considers "collectible" is subjective.Thanks... got it.. So the Ultra is still the fastest of them but the Titanium seems to be more collectible...
What one person considers "collectible" is subjective.
Personally, I own a GeForce 2 GTS 64MB because that's the card that carried me through that period. However, the card I longed for was the Ultra. So, to me, the Ultra is the one to have not the Ti.