NVIDIA GeForce4 MX420 Graphics Drivers

The NVIDIA GeForce4 MX420, introduced in 2002, was a graphics card based on the NV17 GPU architecture. With 64MB of DDR SDRAM, it targeted mainstream users seeking reliable graphics performance for their computing needs. The MX420 supported DirectX 7.0 and OpenGL 1.2, offering decent 3D graphics for its time. While not designed for cutting-edge gaming, it excelled in multimedia applications and provided a cost-effective solution for users looking for a balance between performance and affordability during the early 2000s. The GeForce4 MX420 contributed to NVIDIA's widespread presence in the graphics card market, making it a popular choice for budget-conscious consumers.