Needs source for Ti4200

cleeve

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At pricewatch.com the only 4200's I could find in that price range are 64 meg Ti4200s.

Probably worth the extra $25 for the 128 meg version (they go for $100 or so), but if all you have is $75 for a video card, the 64 meg Ti4200 is a great buy.

I don't think any games out right now offer a 128 meg texture set. And even the games that will have a 128 meg option in the next couple years will have a 64 meg texture set for people with 64 meg cards.

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lhgpoobaa

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And dont forget the way to use all that extra memory is to enable AA and Ansio, which effectivly reduces your framerates to unusable levels.

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I know the way myself. :evil:
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Mr no integrity coward.</b>
 

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