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Abit Ti/200 DVI-TV Out GeForce3 Review
By: Pakman - February 12, 2002


It's sad to write a scathing review of an Abit card. They where once known as one of the better card makers. But the truth is that the Ti/200 is a stinker of a card when compared to the Gainward Ti/450. They are both priced about the same, so why would anyone buy the Abit Ti/200 card? 

I know that people buying cards in this price range have to work hard for their money, or they are just tight with their cash. If Abit makes cards with bad memory and dinky fans, why would they buy them? Gainward tries a little harder with their Ti/450, and I would have to recommend it over the Abit Ti/200. I'm sorry Abit, but unless you start building better cards, the reviews are going to hurt. It's a cut throat video-card market. Cutting corners and putting flashy metal on your cards just won't make it, you can do better. Start using better cooling solutions and higher quality RAM. Hopefully, Abit will do better with their GeForce4 cards.

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A special thanks to Abit - USA  for providing the review sample.


Last Updated on February 12, 2002

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