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Old 12-12-2002, 06:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey people, what do you think is a good pice range for the Geforce4 ti(4600) video card?
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I paid 225 for mine, seems to be between 175-250.
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Old 12-12-2002, 06:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Is it worth to wait for the ati radeon 9700 pro to drop a little of price or is it best to just get the 4600 now? i currently own a geforce 2 mx400 so i dont know maybe i should get it..
well what do you think..
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coming from that card, the difference will be mind blowing. The ATI is performing better in benchmarks, but im an Nvidia man all the way.
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The Radeon 9500's a reasonably good buy for now; has somewhat of a GF4 Ti 4200 level performance, and more feature rich than all GF4 cards. Might want to check it out.
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If you didnt read my 9500 pro thread already, I would go with the 9500 pro.......beats the Ti4600 in most benchmarks and you can probably find it cheaper.
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Have used Ti4600 for 6 months. It is stable and no frames dropped on DVD's. You really need to use its DVI outut to and LCD monitor (prices reducing fast).
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Nvidia all the way. Awsome in gaming. Ti4600. ALso u can use the dvi port ( get a DVI -> VGA) and use dual monitors.

When ure getting a GeForce4 Ti 4600, see if ures mobo is compatible, I already fried two (2) Ti4600, then changed to a different brand.
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ti 4600.
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