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Old 02-21-05, 04:19 PM   #5
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Cool 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.

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.
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