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Old October 24th 03, 07:41 PM
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What is the Geforce4Ti4800SE for a card, has it the same chip as the Ti4200,
what the difference?


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Old October 24th 03, 10:03 PM
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faster default clock settings


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What is the Geforce4Ti4800SE for a card, has it the same chip as the

Ti4200,
what the difference?




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Old October 27th 03, 08:31 AM
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On Fri, 24 Oct 2003 20:41:50 +0200, "Nesse" wrote:

What is the Geforce4Ti4800SE for a card, has it the same chip as the Ti4200,
what the difference?

Ti 4200 : With AGP 8x = renamed Ti4200/AGP 8x
Ti 4400 : With AGP 8x = renamed TI4800se
Ti 4600 : With AGP 8x = renamed TI4800

Glad Nvidia made THAT CLEAR!!!

All 3 TI cards (The AGP 8x versions are 0% faster) use the same chip,
but the 4200 (low end) uses a smaller board layout with slower memory.

Of course the 4400/4600 are faster clocked.

How much are you planning on spending? Ti4200 is still a GOOD card.


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Old November 12th 03, 09:18 PM
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The Ti4800 (SE or not) are still the best nVidia cards around. If you can
find one, get it. I am not a fan of ATI at all, and would never recommend
their stuff to a gamer. Maybe a video editer or high end graphics user, or
someone who wants an All-in-wonder to record TV. Try for a Golden Sample so
you know it will reliably overclock, as the whole purpose of a new card is
to speed things up! My Ti4800SE from Gainward has run for a year at 300/650
with zero problems, and could probably run faster. Just pushed it while
writing this to 320/700 and it became unstable with distorted display, but
still let me cancel the change. I did a lot of benchmarking when I first
got the card, never really topped out on those, but noticed that the really,
really high numbers and unbelievable scores from similar configurations
always came in on clean installs with nothin running anywhere at all. No
peripherals, residents, etc. Just optimized to get a great score. Not
really useful or indicative of how a card performs all the time, every day
in your system.

Sinner

I remember when a 400mb hard drive was top end cost a bundle!


"Darthy" wrote in message
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On Fri, 24 Oct 2003 20:41:50 +0200, "Nesse" wrote:

What is the Geforce4Ti4800SE for a card, has it the same chip as the

Ti4200,
what the difference?

Ti 4200 : With AGP 8x = renamed Ti4200/AGP 8x
Ti 4400 : With AGP 8x = renamed TI4800se
Ti 4600 : With AGP 8x = renamed TI4800

Glad Nvidia made THAT CLEAR!!!

All 3 TI cards (The AGP 8x versions are 0% faster) use the same chip,
but the 4200 (low end) uses a smaller board layout with slower memory.

Of course the 4400/4600 are faster clocked.

How much are you planning on spending? Ti4200 is still a GOOD card.


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When 512K of video RAM was a lot!

Death to Palladium & WPA!!



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Old November 20th 03, 08:42 AM
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Grow up? Because I have a considered opinion on a product, I need to grow
up? And I think the whole point was someone asking for information--and
opinions. If you like ATI, great. Go to it. I didn't notice you offering
any useful knowledge, just bagging on what was offered. Thousands of people
bought edsels and were satisfied, too. Doesn't mean they're good, just that
people are easily satisfied.

sinner


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The Ti4800 (SE or not) are still the best nVidia cards around.


Possibly if you want to get bang for the buck, they certainly are not the
top performers in the nVidia lineup, being almost as old as the hard drive
you mention at the bottom of your post.

I am not a fan of ATI at all, and would never recommend their stuff to a

gamer.

Who gives a hoot what you are a fan of?

Thousands of gamers are as satisfied with their ATI cards as their
nVidia-card-owning counterparts are.

Grow up.

DD




 




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