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H3avyM3tal 02-21-05 08:25 AM

Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
Can you please give me some details about this card? Where does it stand among the TI series, and compared to some of the FX series.

ragejg 02-21-05 08:47 AM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
It's one of the fastest GF4 cards, and can still perform admirably in lots of today's games @ 10x7, no AA or AF... it whups on all 5200's, and 5600NU, but the 5600U (esp. when OC'ed to 450/850) and the 5700NU (again, esp. when OC'ed) go pretty much toe to toe with the GF4 series, and allow for a bit of AF or AA to be used... A 5700U could be considered as a small upgrade from that card, and a 5800NU, 5900XT, 5800U, and so on could all be considered considerable upgrades.

... And a 6600GT AGP would just completely trash any GF4...

BTW, if I remember correctly the GF4 ti is a 2-quad card with a 128 bit memory interface, 2 pixel shader units, and one vertex shader unit. If it has BGA memory then I do believe that clock speeds might reach 300 core and 700 memory.

H3avyM3tal 02-21-05 08:52 AM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
Hmmm.
Thank you.

jake_maveric_05 02-21-05 05:15 PM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
Well actually iv have heard that the Ti 4600 performs a lil better. I just dont know why It does.

jake_maveric_05 02-21-05 05:19 PM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
Yea pretty much the Nvidia 6600-up and ATI 9700 pro- up will kill the GF4's. I'v got a Ti 4200 thats had just about its last bloody action game. Its about shot. If anyones lookin for somethin cheap to upgrade I would go with the 4600 or 4800 cards or 5700 XT,5900.

Quote:

Originally Posted by ragejg
It's one of the fastest GF4 cards, and can still perform admirably in lots of today's games @ 10x7, no AA or AF... it whups on all 5200's, and 5600NU, but the 5600U (esp. when OC'ed to 450/850) and the 5700NU (again, esp. when OC'ed) go pretty much toe to toe with the GF4 series, and allow for a bit of AF or AA to be used... A 5700U could be considered as a small upgrade from that card, and a 5800NU, 5900XT, 5800U, and so on could all be considered considerable upgrades.

... And a 6600GT AGP would just completely trash any GF4...

BTW, if I remember correctly the GF4 ti is a 2-quad card with a 128 bit memory interface, 2 pixel shader units, and one vertex shader unit. If it has BGA memory then I do believe that clock speeds might reach 300 core and 700 memory.


jake_maveric_05 02-21-05 05:21 PM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
Also the 4800 SE. Dont get it. I'v heard that SE cards are slowed down. A Ti 4600 could stomp a 4800 SE. But thats just my opinion ;)

john19055 02-22-05 04:21 AM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
If I remember right the TI 4800 se was the same as a TI 4400 except it was 8x agp instead of the 4x agp.It was a good card but there are a lot of things better now ,The 9500pro and up would be better and the 5700 ultra and up would be better.

remymarten 02-22-05 11:36 AM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
If I remember right the TI 4800 se was the same as a TI 4400 except it was 8x agp instead of the 4x agp. (john19055)

This is correct. In it's day, it was the 4000ti series model that offered "the best bang for your buck". I still have have one in one of my secondary systems. And yes it can run all of todays games fairly well.

andy.m 02-22-05 12:39 PM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
Yes, ti4800se is a ti4400 with 8x support, I'm currently using a ti4800se which can easily handle ti4600(ti4800) clock speeds, I'm sure it would go alot higher but the stock MSI heatsink/fan is quite poor and the temp is fairly high.

ricercar 02-23-05 04:16 AM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
250/500
NV25 = Ti4200
NV28 = Ti4200 AGP8x

275/550
NV25 = Ti4400
NV28 = Ti4800 SE

300/600
NV25 = Ti4200
NV28 = Ti4800 or Ti4600 AGP8x

Chode 02-28-05 06:27 AM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
I have an Asus Ti4800 SE myself. Really rare, as unlike most 4800Se's which are 8x 4400's, my one is an 8x 4200.

Stock my card is 275/600. I've overclocked this easily to 325/620 (the same as a 9700 Pro).

Damn good card, I'm gonna miss it when I do upgrade.

Danhill 02-28-05 07:02 AM

Re: Geforce 4 TI 4800 SE
 
The TI 4200 was an awesome card, just like the GT is now.


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