now, I'm sure that many people have familiarized themselves
with VisionTek as one of the leading graphics card producers
in the US. Since 1988 VisionTek
has been producing video cards exclusively for OEMs in high
volumes. However, it was not until recently that VisionTek joined
the retail world with their rather bland, though extremely well
built, VisionTek GeForce3.
like their release of the first
generation GeForce3, VisionTek worked closely with Nvidia
to be the first to release graphics cards based on the new GeForce
Ti series. Dubbed "Xtasy", this series so far consists
of four cards, three of which we'll be looking at today. The
Xtasy 6964, 6564, 5864 are all based on Nvidia's new Ti series,
Ti which is the chemical symbol for titanium. What does titanium
have to do with graphics cards? My guess is as good as yours.
note that benchmarks of all three boards can be found at the
end of this review).
Clock: 240 MHz
Memory Clock: 500MHz (250MHz DDR)
card was contained in a brightly colored box along with fluorescent
hands raised high in the air is based on the Nvidia GeForce3
Ti 500 core, this card is the fastest, and most expensive in
the series. This is denoted by the numeric index 6964, which
is the highest number in the series.