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Old 11-09-2002, 03:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default What card is the Best GeForceTi4200 128 cards?

I am lookin at GeForce Ti4200 cards and I have these to choose from newegg.
Aopen
Abit
Albatron
Asus
Chaintech
Gainward
LeadTek
MSI

The LeadTek Ti4400 is also possible.

I've been reading reviews all day and I'm still am not sure.

I'm going to use it for some gaming but mostly web design and things like that. I am not going to overclock.

I have an Epox motherboard, Athlon 2400 XP, 512 megs of DDR333 ram, (2) Seagate 80 gig hardrives.
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MSI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

MSI makes the best card out right now, the overclocking potential is insane and the cooling system is rockin!
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I'd definitely go with the MSI GF4 Ti 4200 128 MB.

You can tweak it to reach the performance of the 64 MB card.
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I'd definitely go with the MSI GF4 Ti 4200 128 MB.

You can tweak it to reach the performance of the 64 MB card.
Not sure I understand this one. You mean he can tweak it to reach the perfomance of the GF 4 TI 4400 64mb?

If so thats true, but generally 128mb>64Mb.

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The 64 MB card has a higher core/memory frequency than the 128 MB model.
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Really? Could you post a Link to where those Specs are? I'd like to check that out.
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