Included in the box are of course the card (this is very important),
the driver disk, and a second disk with Colorific, and the included
Winfast DVD player (which is closely based on Intervideo's WinDVD).
Leadtek also included a somewhat flimsy 26-page manual that
has nothing more than instructions for installing and using
the GeForce 2 GTS card.
layout of the Winfast GeForce2 GTS board seems to be very close
to the Nvidia reference design. My review unit came without
the optional TV-Out, but Leadtek tells me this should change
very shortly. The board is also fitted with an unusually large
fan/heatsink combo overtop of the GeForce2 chip. Combine this
with the more efficient .18-micron manufacturing process and
the 6ns DDR SGRAM that the GeForce2 uses and this board should
make for some good Overclocking.
the GeForce before it, this card fully supports hardware T&L
(transform and lighting), and all the other bells and whistles
that we have come to expect from the GeForce line of cards.
The clock rate has been increased to 200/333 MHz, offering 800m
pixels per second and up to 1.6giga texels per second. The only
real notable new feature supported by the GeForce2 is per pixel
shading, which from what I have seen, looks to be a really cool
new feature. Let's just hope that developers will incorporate
it into their upcoming games.