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Old 01-11-05, 08:48 PM   #9
Daneel Olivaw
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Default Re: Ti4600 recognised as Ti4800?

Originally Posted by WimpMiester
All Ti Geforce4's I've seen are clocked as follows (AGP4x/AGP8x):
300 MHz Core / 650-660 MHz DDR = Ti4600/Ti4800
275 MHz Core / 550 MHz DDR = Ti4400/Ti4800se
250 MHz Core / 444 MHz DDR = Ti4200/Ti4200 x8

Problem is some OEM's released different speeds but same name:
275 MHz Core / 550 MHz DDR = Ti4800/Ti4200 x8
250 MHz Core / 500 MHz DDR = Ti4200 x8
I agree, this is the most accurate post so far. Ti4200 with 128mB of memory tend to fall in 444 MHz DDR, whereas 64mB ti4200 fall in 500+ MHz DDR. (514 for MSI)

Parkie, a Ti4800 is 8x, and sports a strong core and fast memory, whichever way you look at it. The score you show for 3dmark depends also on your CPU, for a 2200 to 2800 class CPU it seems about right.
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