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Old 02-21-05, 07:47 AM   #2
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Default 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.

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