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Old July 9th 03, 06:39 PM
Patch
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600 besides
price? I tried doing a google search for a review of the 4800 & they didn't
have one.

Thanks


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Old July 9th 03, 09:04 PM
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600 besides
price? I tried doing a google search for a review of the 4800 & they

didn't
have one.

Thanks



The 4800 is a 4400 8X AGP part

Jim Manning


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Old July 10th 03, 07:54 AM
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The 4800 is a 4400 8X AGP part

Jim Manning


not entirely true !
TI4800SE is a 4400 8x agp (note the SE)
TI4800 is the fastest version of geforce4 and almost impossible to find
anywhere.
TI4600 is faster than a ti4800se and some of the gf5 (5200, 5600)
gf5 5800 gets very hot and can make alot of noise
gf5 5900 (ultra) if u want the fastest

otherwise Ati radeon 9700 pro and 9800 pro, and 9600 pro (if on budget) are
actually superperformers and here in denmark a bit cheaper than the nvidia
models

Lasse


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Old July 10th 03, 01:14 PM
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600 besides
price?


Nothing. The 4800 supports AGP 8X, but this doesn't affect performance.


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Old July 10th 03, 04:40 PM
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600

besides
price?


Nothing. The 4800 supports AGP 8X, but this doesn't affect performance.

Thanks for the replies. I was going to buy a Ti4600 & priced them at

pricewatch.com & saw the Geforce4 Ti4800 x8 AGP was $205 & the 4800 only
$138. Looks like the 4800 would be the better buy.


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Old July 10th 03, 04:42 PM
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"Nom" wrote in message
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600

besides
price?


Nothing. The 4800 supports AGP 8X, but this doesn't affect performance.

Thanks for the replies. I was going to buy a Ti4600 & priced them at

pricewatch.com & saw the Geforce4 Ti4800 x8 AGP was $205 & the 4800 only
$138. Looks like the 4800 would be the better buy.

(A typo, should have said Geforce4 Ti4600 x8 AGP was $205.)


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Old July 11th 03, 06:49 AM
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"Nom" wrote in message
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600

besides
price?


Nothing. The 4800 supports AGP 8X, but this doesn't affect performance.


wrong...the ti4800 is clocked higher than the 4600 i dont remember if it
supports agp 8x
the 4800SE again look i write _SE_ this is just a 4400 with agp8x and is
therefore slower than the 4600

the gforce4 series doesnt need agp8x anyway...read all the test they all
state the same....agp4x is enought for the geforce4 series....how this holds
up with the gf5 series i dunno, but their performance seem really low except
for the 5800 (ultra)and 5900 (ultra)

if u wanne get a cheap card super fast card ...look for a gf5 5800 ex asus
v9900 ...beware of the noice this hairdryer makes :-)

Lasse


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Old July 11th 03, 08:51 AM
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600

besides
price?

Nothing. The 4800 supports AGP 8X, but this doesn't affect

performance.

Thanks for the replies. I was going to buy a Ti4600 & priced them at

pricewatch.com & saw the Geforce4 Ti4800 x8 AGP was $205 & the 4800 only
$138. Looks like the 4800 would be the better buy.

(A typo, should have said Geforce4 Ti4600 x8 AGP was $205.)


TI4800 = TI4600
TI4800SE = TI4400
TI4200 = TI4200

That's all you need to remember


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Old July 11th 03, 08:53 AM
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"Lasse Lundberg" wrote in message
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"Nom" wrote in message
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600

besides
price?


Nothing. The 4800 supports AGP 8X, but this doesn't affect performance.


wrong...the ti4800 is clocked higher than the 4600
i dont remember if it
supports agp 8x


Incorrect. They're the same card, but the 4800 has AGP 8X support.
The clock-rates are decided by the manufacturer of the card, and are based
on the speed of the memory they choose.

the 4800SE again look i write _SE_ this is just a 4400 with agp8x and is
therefore slower than the 4600


Eh ?
TI4800SE is a completely different card to the TI4800 !

TI4800 = TI4600
TI4800SE = TI4400

the gforce4 series doesnt need agp8x anyway...read all the test they all
state the same....agp4x is enought for the geforce4 series....how this

holds
up with the gf5 series i dunno, but their performance seem really low

except
for the 5800 (ultra)and 5900 (ultra)


No cards need AGP 8X - it's not a performance enhancer.


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Old July 11th 03, 04:49 PM
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On Wed, 09 Jul 2003 17:39:44 GMT, "Patch"
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What's the main difference between the geforce4 Ti4800 & the 4600 besides
price? I tried doing a google search for a review of the 4800 & they didn't
have one.

Thanks

The GF4 Ti4800 (without the SE) is a nice card. The one with the SE
(Slow Edition) is rather poor and you will find a GF4 Ti4600 is faster
than the GF4 Ti4800SE. In short, if you want a GF4, buy the Ti4800
(without the SE) or get a Ti4600.

Pete
 




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