Asus v9560: ASUS V9560 Video Suite — VGA Card Buyer’s Guide 07/2003

Asus GeForce FX5600 128MB, V9560 Video Suite — Kenmerken

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Videochip

Videochip

De videochip of videokaart is verantwoordelijk voor het produceren van het beeldsignaal. Een snelle chip zorgt ervoor dat je complexere beelden kunt tonen zonder stotterende weergave.

GeForce FX 5600
Videochip generatie GeForce (overig)
Videochip merk Nvidia
Videogeheugen

Videogeheugen

Het werkgeheugen/VRAM (Video random-access memory) is de opslagplaats van de videokaart. Bij meer geheugen presteert de videokaart beter tijdens grafische werkzaamheden of gamen. Dit kan ook belangrijk zijn bij hogere beeldresoluties, want hoe hoger de resolutie, des te meer pixels er in beeld zijn.

128MB
Card Interface (Video)

Card Interface (Video)

Het type interface waarmee je de kaart aansluit op het moederbord.

AGP 8x
Externe videokaart Nee

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Videochip

Videochip

Videochip

De videochip of videokaart is verantwoordelijk voor het produceren van het beeldsignaal. Een snelle chip zorgt ervoor dat je complexere beelden kunt tonen zonder stotterende weergave.

GeForce FX 5600
Videochip generatie GeForce (overig)
Videochip merk Nvidia

Geheugen

Videogeheugen

Videogeheugen

Het werkgeheugen/VRAM (Video random-access memory) is de opslagplaats van de videokaart. Bij meer geheugen presteert de videokaart beter tijdens grafische werkzaamheden of gamen. Dit kan ook belangrijk zijn bij hogere beeldresoluties, want hoe hoger de resolutie, des te meer pixels er in beeld zijn.

128MB

Interfaces

Card Interface (Video)

Card Interface (Video)

Het type interface waarmee je de kaart aansluit op het moederbord.

AGP 8x
Externe videokaart Nee
Video uit VGA (D-Sub)

Voeding

Aantal 6 pins connectors 0x
Aantal 8 pins connectors 0x
Aantal 12 pins connectors 0x
Totaal stroomconnectors

Totaal stroomconnectors

Het totale aantal stroomconnectors op de videokaart

0x

Koeling en verlichting

Type koeling Actieve fan
LED verlichting Nee

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        CPU Support List

        Processor

        AMD Athlon 64 3700+

        AMD Athlon 64 3400+

        AMD Athlon 64 3200+

        AMD Athlon 64 3000+

         

        RAM Support List

        Brand

        Size (MB)

        Speed (Frequency)

        References (Chipset)

        A-Data

        512MB

        PC3200

        ADD8608A8A-5B

        A-Data

        256MB

        PC3600

        ADD8608A8A-4—(450)

        Apacer

        512MB

        PC3200

        K4H560838D-TCC4

        Apacer

        512MB

        PC2700

        HYB25D256800BT-6

        Apacer

        512MB

        PC2700

        K4H560838D-TCB3

        Apacer

        512MB

        PC2100

        Nanya NT5DS32M8AT-7K

        Apacer

        256MB

        PC2100

        Nanya NT5DS16M8AT-7K

        Apacer

        256MB

        PC2100

        Samsung K4h380838B-TCB0

        Corsair

        512MB

        PC3700

        Winbond CMX512—(466)

        Corsair

        256MB

        PC3700

        Winbond CMX256A—(466)

        Corsair

        256MB

        PC3200

        Winbond W942508CH-5

        Corsair

        256MB

        PC2100

        Samsung K4h380838B-TCB0

        Crucial

        256MB

        PC2100

        Micron MT46V16M8TG-75A

        Kingmax

        512MB

        PC3200

        KDL388P4EA-60

        Kingmax

        512MB

        PC2700

        KDL388P4EA-60

        Kingmax

        256MB

        PC3200

        KDL388P4EA-60

        Kingmax

        256MB

        PC2700

        KDL684T4AA-60

        Kingston

        512MB

        PC3200

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        Kingston

        512MB

        PC2700

        D328DM-60

        Kingston

        256MB

        PC3200

        V58C2256804SAT5

        Kingston

        1GB

        PC3200

        Samsung K4H510838B-TCCC

        Micron

        256MB

        PC2100

        Micron MT46V16M8TG-75A

        Micron

        128MB

        PC2700

        Micron MT46V16M8TG-6

        Micron

        128MB

        PC2100

        Micron MT46V16M8TG-75A

        Nanya

        128MB

        PC2100

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        Transcend

        512MB

        PC3200

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        Transcend

        512MB

        PC2700

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        Transcend

        256MB

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        512MB

        PC3700

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        TwinMOS

        512MB

        PC2700

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        TwinMOS

        256MB

        PC2100

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        256MB

        PC2100

        Samsung K4h380838B-TCB0

        V-Data

        512MB

        PC2700

        VDD8608A8A-6B

        V-Data

        512MB

        PC2100

        FID8608A8A-75B 40134

        Remarks:
        All modules are tested and for general references.

         

        VGA Support List

        Brand

        References (Chipset)

        Asus

        Asus V9560 FX5950 Ultra 256MB

        Asus

        Asus V9560 FX5600 256MB TV-OUT DVI

        Asus

        Asus V9520 FX5200

        Asus

        Asus Geforce4 Ti4400

        Asus

        Asus Geforce3 Ti200 64 MB

        Ati

        Ati Radeon VE 64MB TV-Out DVI

        Ati

        Ati Radeon 9800XT 256MB

        Ati

        Ati Radeon 9800 Pro 256MB

        Ati

        Ati Radeon 9700 Pro

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        Ati Radeon 8500 64MB DDR TV-Out

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        Ati Radeon 7500 64MB

        Ati

        Ati All In Wonder 9800 Pro

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        Gainward

        Gainward Geforce4 Ti4200 128MB

        Gainward

        Gainward Geforce4 MX460 64MB

        Gainward

        Gainward Geforce FX5600 Ultra 128MB

        Gainward

        Gainward Geforce FX5200 Ultra 128MB

        Leadtek

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        Matrox

        Matrox Parhelia Dual-DVI 128MB

        Msi

        Msi Geforce FX5900 TD128MB*

        Nvidia

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        Palit

        Palit Geforce4 Ti4200 128 MB TV-OUT DVI

        Palit

        Palit Geforce4 MX440 64MB TV-OUT DVI

        Palit

        Palit Geforce3 64MB TV-OUT DVI

        Palit

        Palit Geforce2 MX400 128MB

        Power Color

        Ati Radeon 9800XT 256MB

        Power Color

        Ati Radeon 9600 128MB

        Triplex

        Triplex Xabre Pro 64MB

        Remarks:
        1. * Due to mechanical incompatibility, some 
        NVIDIA chipset based cards (such as Msi FX5900 list) 
        are only working with chassis cover open. 
        2. All cards are tested and for general references.

         

        ASUS V9560 Video Suite or GeForce FX 5600 in terms of lamer

        Having found a video card based on the new NV31 chip in my field of vision, I overcame my natural fear of novelty and decided to quickly test it, since this is required by my duty to you. Honestly, I looked through numerous reviews of new cards literally diagonally, and then only the first page
        . I agree, this is not good and you need to be aware, but it just happened
        . On the other hand, this is a chance to look at a new product with an open mind, because someone else’s judgment is not hanging over me.

        Still, I can’t say that I don’t know anything at all. I heard that NVIDIA has reduced the huge performance drop in «heavy modes» when anti-aliasing functions are enabled. I know that some versions of the Detonator drivers were released, which allowed to increase the results in 3DMark03. But my knowledge in this area was limited to these fragmentary information. Since time was running out, I decided not to study multi-page reviews and abstruse pdfs, but simply find out the speed of the video card and compare it with the previous generation card, our old test GeForce 4 Ti4600.

        What does the hypothetical «normal user» do? He buys a video card, installs drivers and, without making any additional settings, measures performance in games and test packages, and after that the overclocker also tries to overclock it. So I did, and the object of research was the ASUS V9560 Video Suite video card.

        Due to my unpreparedness, I somehow lost sight of the fact that NV31 is not NV30 or NV35. Therefore, the modest size and the normal cooling system of the video card pleasantly surprised me. I was also pleased with the heatsinks on the memory chips, you probably think that they will help with its overclocking. No wonder, I thought so too, until I looked at the back of the video card — no one had ever heard of memory heatsinks on the other side. They didn’t deliver. So the heatsinks on this card serve mainly for beauty, they are golden… For the first time I met this approach on one of the S/U/M/A video cards, it’s good that ASUS is not far behind and introduces all the advanced tricks in their products.

        The chip on the video card worked at a frequency of 325 MHz and was overclocked to 350 MHz. By the way, RivaTuner does not yet understand these boards, it was not possible to drive through the low level, and I overclocked using the driver. The memory was overclocked from 600 MHz to 630 MHz. Modestly, but according to tradition, I did not use any additional cooling. Yes, the board has 128 MB of Samsung-made memory with an access time of 3.3 ns.

        Test system consisted of:

        • Mother — Abit NF7, rev. 2.0, BIOS version 10
        • Memory -2*256 MB PC3500 Kingston Hyper-X
        • Video1 – ASUS V9560 Video Suite (NVIDIA GeForce FX 5600)
        • Video2 – NVIDIA GeForce 4 Ti4600
        • Hard – IBM DTLA 305020
        • Processor — AMD Athlon XP [email protected]+ (200×11. 5)
        • Cooler -Thermaltake Volcano 7
        • Thermal grease — KPT-8
        • Operating system — Windows XP SP1 (Detonator 44.03)

        I conducted tests in applications already familiar to us, the resolution during testing was set to 1024×768. In 3DMark 2001SE and 3DMark03 the quality settings were left at default, in Unreal Tournament 2003 they were set to [Normal], and in Quake 3 Arena [High Quality]. In 3DMark’ah I went through the entire cycle of tests three times, in UT2003 the flyby-inferno demo ran, and in Q3 the FOUR demo.


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        The results just stunned me! It’s not surprising that the Ti4600 loses in 3DMark03 — the card is penalized mercilessly for not passing the entire set of tests. It’s not a big deal, since DX9 features are practically not used in games, and besides, by optimizing drivers specifically for 3DMark03, NVIDIA has clearly shown us that we shouldn’t trust these results. More meets the requirements for modern games 3DMark 2001SE, but in it, and in the relatively fresh UT2003, and in the rather old Q3, the video card based on the FX 5600 hopelessly loses to the video card of the previous generation!

        I didn’t even try to overclock the Ti4600, because the FX 5600 Ultra is more suitable for it. For the FX 5600, it is a direct rival of the Ti4200, but if the Ti4200 is driven, it will approximately reach the performance of the Ti4600, so we can say that the comparison turned out to be correct. Why then such a lag? After all, even the frequencies are approximately equal? Here I vaguely began to remember that the NV31 is a stripped-down version of the NV30 and it has a reduced number of pipelines. And I also wanted to compare the card with the Radeon 9700! Since the Radeon is generally faster than the Ti4600, the comparison would be even more devastating for the ASUS V9560.

        I want to confess one sin, which has been a heavy burden on me for a long time. In fact, this is not my first acquaintance with NVIDIA GeForce FX video cards. Even before the official release, I came across a GeForce FX 5200 video card from one of the Taiwanese manufacturers. I took a picture of it, started testing it and was horrified by the terrible performance. I tried to overclock, but the number of glitches did not allow it. I chalked it up to a prototype board, imperfect drivers, and didn’t tell you about this test. This is almost the only case when I ran tests, but did not report.

        However, later it turned out that the FX 5200 is really a worthless video card, and today I was convinced that the FX 5600 is not at all as good as it was supposed to be. The manufacturer of the video card in this case is not to blame, the problem is in the chips. Why did NVIDIA start to release such video cards, which are often slower than the cards of the previous generation? Perhaps the fact is that the FX series is produced according to a new technical process and the chips are cheaper. There is definitely a bet on novelty, on the fact that a person will not figure it out and take 5600, since the number is more than 4600. Money was spent on the development of new chips and they need to be returned, returned at our expense.

        There may be other reasons, I don’t know them. But I haven’t been as disappointed in a long time as I was with the new family of GeForce FX graphics cards. NV34 is insanely slow, NV31 is just slow, NV30 and NV35 are not that fast and very loud. Who needs these cards? Conclusion: FX sucks. And you can buy the ASUS V9560 Video Suite video card if you have a lot of money. The kit includes a useful program ASUS VideoSecurity II, which, if you have a video camera, will allow you to keep an eye on enemies sneaking up on your computer. Be vigilant, do not let the left devices penetrate your system unit!