LEADTEK GEFORCE 256 SDDR DRIVER DETAILS:
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|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP|
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LEADTEK GEFORCE 256 SDDR DRIVER
It speeds graphics performance. Nearly as impressive, 3D performance pushed out Granted, you'll pay a price for this performance.
The Card - Leadtek WinFast GeForce DDR Revision B
To take a peek at the drivers, click here. Benchmark Expectations Given a few months of time for driver development since the release of the SDR GeForce boards, I expect to see the WinFast board take home the trophy for basically all the tests. The hardware LEADTEK GeForce 256 SDDR the raw ability to take on any of the contenders and given the driver maturity, it should be able to flex it's muscles without many problems from anyone. Keep in mind this procedure consists of running the full benchmark suite with no crashes or visual issues.
This time around I had much better luck overclocking the graphics board from Leadtek. I was able to pull my rigorous LEADTEK GeForce 256 SDDR suite off at MHz core and MHz memory. As I'm always quick to point out, not all cards will overclock stable over their default clock settings. It is best to leave them at stock setting to ensure stable performance.
You always need to remember that the boards were designed to run a stable long life at the suggested clock speeds and by overclocking; you're drastically lowering that life expectancy. Also remember that there is no guarantee when LEADTEK GeForce 256 SDDR comes to overclocking so don't buy just on the hopes you're going to clock it at some insane rate unless you have some type of aftermarket cooling solution planned.
Benchmark Setup I would like to make a few brief comments on the particular benchmark setup I use and why some people are upset that I don't use a much faster CPU. The idea behind the "realistic" benchmark setup I use is that I am trying to show the graphic card performance of our average user. After attending LAN parties and talking with people about their systems over the net, I found out quickly that not everyone LEADTEK GeForce 256 SDDR the best gaming rig.
Leadtek WinFast GeForce 256 DDR Revision B
Only small portions of us are able to afford the best CPU every few months or the newest platform to come out. These types of upgrades are costly and are much harder to do than simply replacing LEADTEK GeForce 256 SDDR graphics card. This is why I try to keep a happy medium when it comes to a benchmark setup.
Due to the fact that their drivers are still not mature yet, they benefit from having a faster CPU. This will give them a slight boost under a few benchmarks and I realize this.
Unfortunately, due to time constraints, I am unable to test every platform and CPU speed with each card but I always try to mention when drivers aren't very efficient in my reviews. Certain large OEMs prefer the board layout and LEADTEK GeForce 256 SDDR support provided by Leadtek. I'm not saying that 3DLabs isn't a competent company but rather that Leadtek must offer some damn good work if OEMs are willing to dish out a few extra dollars on a large scale to have Leadtek's product over 3DLabs.
Leadtek WinFast GeForce DDR Review -
Unless you've been hiding in a cage for the past few months, you should know that the GeForce chip is currently the fastest chip available to consumers. Other non-chipset specific features are the video output and DVI flat-panel connector on the WinFast card.
- Leadtek WinFast GeForce DDR review: Leadtek WinFast GeForce DDR - CNET
- Leadtek WinFast GeForce DDR Review
- Leadtek WinFast GeForce 256 DDR Review
- NVIDIA GeForce DDR Roundup (March 00)
- КОНЕЦ СТАТЬИ
To be honest, the DDR GeForce performance is what we Another interesting note is that Leadtek is known for a strong customer support. The WinFast GeForce DDR is actually LEADTEK GeForce 256 SDDR at MHz but with DDR, they claim MHz (2* MHz) because they're getting double.