Inno's Geforce4 Ti4200

ufo_warviper

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Where do you live? I have no idea what currency you use. Inno3d cards seem to always be very low-priced, so I am usually very weary to trust them.

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Sorry, double post.

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I live in UK and £62.50 inc delivery (ebay) is good price since cheapest online shop sells similar one for £75 at least (without delivery)

But i have found Sparkle and MSI card for similar price too.
 

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MSI is an exceptional brand. If you could find good prices on MSI, I would go with them for sure.

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Thought so but MSI doesn't have 8X AGP but thats nothing to worry about? Sorry, I have edited this as I realised Sparkle version has 64mb, not 128mb.
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by barnettgs on 09/01/03 06:29 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
 

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I wouldn't worry about the extra 64 megs or the not having AGP8x. AGP8X offers no real performance advantage over AGP4x currently. Also, although the Ti4200 is the fastest 64meg card that money can buy, it is still not fast enough to take advantage of the extra memory on the 128 meg versions. Besides the memory is clocked faster on the 64 meg version, so most applications actually run slightly faster on the 64 meg Ti4200 cards.

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Thanks for ur help! I have noticed that its default mem/core speeds are 513MHz/250MHz. That is one of fastest ti4200 around?
 

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For the 128meg Ti4200, the Default specifications are 250MHZ Graphics chips paired with 444MHz memory.

For the 64 meg Ti4200, the Deafault specifications should be 250Mhz GPU with 500MHz memory.

It looks like your looking at a 64 meg one with overclocked memory. If you are interested in overclocking the memory, you should be able to pull that extra 13MHz out of any of the 64meg Ti4200 cards very easily, including the MSI one. But I don't overclock new stuff, I usually wait until the warrenty is gone to overclock it, if I still have the product.



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i hvae my 128 meg TI4200 running at 290/550


stock was as he said, 250/444, which is gayness

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i hvae my 128 meg TI4200 running at 290/550


stock was as he said, 250/444, which is gayness

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From what I understand in the 64MB versions the memory <i>is</i> higher quality silicon (actually the 128MB was given <i>lower</i> quality silicon at a lower speed to keep the cost down, or else it would just be an underclocked Ti4600:D).

I own an Abit Siluro Ti4200 64MB and I have found it will run just about any game smoothly at 1024x768x32, just with no anisotropic filtering or antialiasing. What games are those you ask?
Half Life (and all of its kids), Dungeon Siege, Neverwinter Nights, Serious Sam 2, Jedi Knight II, Unreal Tournamant2003, Unreal 2, Freelancer, Postal 2, Star Trek Elite Force II, Tron 2.0. Man that's a lot of sequels, never noticed until I listed them.

This was on a:
Athlon XP1800 (Palomino)
Abit KT266A mobo with 512MB of PC2100
Maxtor 7200rpm hard disk

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If you can get a 128mb card, deffinately do it. Playing games like UT2K3 with some of the big CTF maps, you'll use up 64mb of video memory easily. My Ti4200 is a 64mb card, and it sux when it doesnt have enough memory for a big map, and has to drag it across the AGP bus. Dont waste your time with 64mb cards anymore IMO.
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My card is overclocked to 300/600

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<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by geneticweapon on 09/02/03 01:16 AM.</EM></FONT></P>
 

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I should also note that the new Ti4200's, the ones that say 8x AGP on them, come with better quality memory clocked at the same speed as 64MB version IIRC.
 

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Well, thanks for some advice but I have purchased MSI 64mb ti42000 on ebay. By the way, it has potential to be overclocking. Check this out:

<A HREF="http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=1134&page=10" target="_new">http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=1134&page=10</A>
 

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GOOD PURCHASE.
I have a 5200 w/ 64MB RAM and oc'ed to 290/450 :)
64MB has faster timings than that of 128MB

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GOOD PURCHASE.
I have a 5200 w/ 64MB RAM and oc'ed to 290/450 :)
64MB has faster timings than that of 128MB.
Though the 128MB is pretty helpful with games such as UT2k3 where many textures and sounds are loaded to RAM very fast.

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It costs £65.94 including delivery which is good deal considering that some online stores sell similar ones for £100ish. The cheapest ti4200 i found from online store is £75 without delivery cost, which is a value card without name.
 

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Good Deal, I remember when I bought my Gainward ti4200 Golden Sample about a year ago it cost me £120, amazing how quickly prices drop.

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