I used to think broadband users made people on dial up connections lag in MMORPGs
Right this instant, sir.I just want to hear about some embarrassments
It depends on what GeForce 4 MX you're talking about. If I remember right, the MX420 is in GeForce 2 performance land, the MX440 is pretty much faster than any GeForce 2 there is, including the Ultra, and the MX460 was stronger still, but weaker than the Radeon 8500 and Ti4200, both of which were just a tad bit more expensive, but offered DirectX 8 and alot more performance. Still, the whole GeForce 4 MX series should had been done differently and had been called the GeForce 2 MX 2, since that's all it was. It was a GeForce 2 chip. Technically, the same could be argued about the GeForce 4 over the GeForce 3 too, just not to the same degree.- Before I was terribly confused on why a GeForce 4MX wasn't that much faster than the GeForce 2MX..... And why wasn't there a GeForce 3MX.....
Yeah, the original 800MHz Pentium III my Dimension 4100 had seemed alot snappier than the "holy crap 1493MHz!" (1.5GHz) Pentium 4 in my parent's Dimension 4300 of the time, although it was still technically faster by the numbers, even if not by alot. Then again, the earlier Pentium 4s were notorious for being slow A) if they were paired with SDRAM, and B) if they were Williamettes, and that one qualified for both (as did the vast majority of the hugely popular 1.5GHz variant used in many OEMs, it's pretty much the model that made the Pentium 4 popular and killed the Pentium III since the huge price of RDRAM was no longer an issue).- The Ghz myth. I just realized it's false when I noticed my friend's Pentium 3 1Ghz system was going my faster than the P4 1.6Ghz systems I'm maintaining on the computer shop I was working on.