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Old July 9th 03, 09:09 PM
Patch
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Default Geforce 4 Ti 4800 Question

What's the difference between the geforce 4 Ti4800 & the 4600? (besides the
price) I tried searching for a review of the 4800, but couldn't find one.


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Old July 9th 03, 10:50 PM
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Ummm I think you'll find it's a Ti4600 with 8x AGP

"Dave" wrote in message
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The ti4800 is the name for the ti4400 with AGP8X capability. It costs a

lot
less than a ti4600. A better name that Nvidia should have given it would

be
ti4408 or maybe ti4500. But heh, I'm not one of their marketing people so
what I think means squat.
Dave

"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the difference between the geforce 4 Ti4800 & the 4600? (besides

the
price) I tried searching for a review of the 4800, but couldn't find

one.






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Old July 9th 03, 11:15 PM
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On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 13:37:32 -0700 "Dave" meeped :

The ti4800 is the name for the ti4400 with AGP8X capability.


thats the 4800SE
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Old July 10th 03, 03:59 AM
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the difference between the geforce 4 Ti4800 & the 4600? (besides

the
price) I tried searching for a review of the 4800, but couldn't find one.




The core and memory clock speed gets higher as you go up in model #'s.


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Old July 10th 03, 04:52 AM
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umm a Ti4400 sux? as far as dx8 cards go, i dont really think you could say
a 4800SE (4400 w/8x) sux...

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"Granulated" wrote in message
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On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 13:37:32 -0700 "Dave" meeped

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The ti4800 is the name for the ti4400 with AGP8X capability.


thats the 4800SE


Now I understand SE stands for Sucks Edition





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Old July 10th 03, 06:58 AM
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I can say that if I want to, but I was refering to Nvidia marketing
seeming a little misleading, especially to people who don't do their
homework. I have an MSI 4800SE in one of my computers and
am very happy with it.

Jim Manning

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umm a Ti4400 sux? as far as dx8 cards go, i dont really think you could

say
a 4800SE (4400 w/8x) sux...

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"Granulated" wrote in message
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On Wed, 9 Jul 2003 13:37:32 -0700 "Dave"

meeped
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The ti4800 is the name for the ti4400 with AGP8X capability.

thats the 4800SE


Now I understand SE stands for Sucks Edition







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Old July 10th 03, 08:39 AM
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That seems to be the best answer.8x capability can be found in newer
versions of all the G4 cards,my 4200 has it.I think that SE versions
have been updated to DX9 compatability.
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"Patch" wrote in message
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What's the difference between the geforce 4 Ti4800 & the 4600? (besides

the
price) I tried searching for a review of the 4800, but couldn't find

one.




The core and memory clock speed gets higher as you go up in model #'s.




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Old July 10th 03, 09:07 PM
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MSI only do the 4800SE, which is equivalent in power to the 4400.

There is such a thing as the 4800, but only available in certain countries.

SE stands for "Slow Edition"

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Never heard of it. I was under the impression all ti4800 were of the SE
variety. All the ti4600 with 8x were called exactly that. Go check MSI,
Gainward and all the rest.
Dave

"Storm" wrote in message
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Ummm I think you'll find it's a Ti4600 with 8x AGP

"Dave" wrote in message
...
The ti4800 is the name for the ti4400 with AGP8X capability. It costs

a
lot
less than a ti4600. A better name that Nvidia should have given it

would
be
ti4408 or maybe ti4500. But heh, I'm not one of their marketing

people
so
what I think means squat.
Dave

"Patch" wrote in message
...
What's the difference between the geforce 4 Ti4800 & the 4600?

(besides
the
price) I tried searching for a review of the 4800, but couldn't find

one.










 




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