Sadly it does not. It has no pixel shader at all. I am plagued by the same graphics card and cannot play team fortress 2 because of it. It is an outdated card and you should probably upgrade. However you can emulate pixel shaders if you have enough CPU but not enough cash to buy a new graphics card. But prepare to lag because even some of the best emulators don't go as fast as grapihics cards. Buying a new card is your best bet
No Geforce 4's only support Pixel Shader 1.3 You need at least a Geforce FX 5 Series to use Pixel Shader 2.0
You cant buy pixel shader 1.1 as a standalone software/hardware, it is embeded into most of the new video cards that are out mostly geforce4 and higher .
no, only the graphic cards after the fx series
Yes, you just need to activate it in www.nvidia.com/pixelshader/actvt/ver3/ Good luck and happy gaming.
GeForce MX does not support vertex shader and pixel shader.
No. The Geforce2 MX does not have support for pixel shader.
Yes, the ATI x1300 has support for pixel shader 3.0 and under.
256 MB graphics card support pixel shader 3.0
no it doesnt, it supports pixel shader 2.0
It supports pixel shader 4.1
No nVidia GeForce4 MX 4000 does not support pixel shaders but it is able to run some games that require pixel shaders when I owned that graphic card I played bunch of games that required like: San Andreas, UEFA Champions League 2006-2007, Resident Evil 4, and many more and all of them ran perfectly.
No Intel gma 3100 does not support pixel shader 3.0. It support only 2.0.
Yes, the go 7300 has pixel shader 3.0 support.
The GeForce 6000 series all have support for pixel shader 3.0 and under. So your answer is yes.
The GeForce 7000 series all have support for pixel shader 3.0 and under. So your answer is yes.
The GeForce 9000 series all has support for pixel shader 4.0 and under. So your answer is yes.
The geforce 8000 series all support pixel shader 4.0 and under. So your answer is yes.
It supports up to shader 4.0.
NO, 5200FX only support Pixel and Vertex Shader 2.0 (first GPU to feature it by the way)
If you need a pixel shader emulation you are probably trying to run a game that requires the next generation of pixel shader support. well try thisPixel Shaders? Hmm... - Emuforums.com
On the nvidia side, any Geforce 4000 series or higher should have support for pixel shader 1.1 The 7000 series geforces are very inexpensive right now, and support pixel shader 3.0 and under. On the ATI side, any Radeon over 8500 should have support for at least pixel shader 1.4.
No it doesn't. Ati Radeon 9550 supports pixel shader 2.0
Yes, ATI Radeon 9550 does not support Pixel Shader 3.0 model
Yes it supports Pixel Shader 3.0 as well as its predecessors.