Triplex Millennium Silver GeForce 4 Ti4200
Reviewed by: DiscoStu
Manufactured by: Triplex
Available at: PCPieces
Date Reviewed: 7/9/2002
Price: ~NZ$420


Following up from our Triplex GeForce 4 Ti4600 review a couple of weeks back, we were given the opportunity to take a look at the 128Mb Ti4200 version. I'll skip the company overview and details, and suggest you take a look at the first review if you're not familiar with their products and the unique packaging of their high end cards

The GeForce 4 Ti4200 has been the chipset of choice for most gamers, mainly due to the decent performance and the fact you don't have to sell your right kidney to afford one. It's quite amusing when you look back and ask...............would this chipset have come about if ATI wasn't in the market?

But enough speculation, lets look at what the card has to offer.

What's in the Box

The Triplex Millennium Silver 128Mb GeForce 4 Ti4200 doesn't share the elaborate packaging of it's high end brother, most probably due to cost being one of the major factors in the Ti4200 marketplace. It comes in a pretty standard, yet still eye catching box.

Millennium Silver Ti4600 Briefcase

Millennium Silver Ti 4200 Box


Millennium Silver Package

Once you open the box you'll be presented with the following:

    • Triplex Millennium Silver GeForce 4 Ti4200
    • User Manual
    • Triplex CD (with drivers & utilities)
    • 2 Full version games (Severance: Blade of Darkness & 1NSANE 4WD)
    • S-Video Cable & Y Splitter Cable

It was interesting to note that the games did not come with CD-Keys.




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