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Old July 28th 03, 03:36 AM
LordRaziel
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Default PNY GeForce4 TI 4400

I got this card cheap and just wanted to see what others thought of
it. It is a PNY GeForce4 TI 4400. I ca get just over 9000 on
3dmark03se with it on a Athlon XP 1500.
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Old July 28th 03, 03:56 AM
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LordRaziel wrote:
I got this card cheap and just wanted to see what others thought of
it. It is a PNY GeForce4 TI 4400. I ca get just over 9000 on
3dmark03se with it on a Athlon XP 1500.


Even though both cards are default clocked at the same speeds (275/275), the
Ti4400 will eat the 9000 in 3D performance.


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Old July 29th 03, 12:44 AM
Mike Lamb
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I got a PNY 4400 soon after they came out. I'm
still running it and it has been a fantastic v
card! I've managed a score of 14, 600 some with it
on a P4 2.53 oc'ed to 3.01 in 3DMark 2001 SE. My
4400 was also oc'ed. It oc'ed easily up to
305/675, which is slightly better than a Ti 4600.
I intend on running my 4400 until nvidia releases
their next generation v cards, sometime in
November hopefully.

Cheers,
Mike


"LordRaziel" wrote in
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m...
I got this card cheap and just wanted to see

what others thought of
it. It is a PNY GeForce4 TI 4400. I ca get just

over 9000 on
3dmark03se with it on a Athlon XP 1500.


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Old July 29th 03, 02:38 PM
LordRaziel
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Is that overclocked using the heatsink that comes on the card? What
program did you use to do it with?


"Mike Lamb" wrote in message ...
I got a PNY 4400 soon after they came out. I'm
still running it and it has been a fantastic v
card! I've managed a score of 14, 600 some with it
on a P4 2.53 oc'ed to 3.01 in 3DMark 2001 SE. My
4400 was also oc'ed. It oc'ed easily up to
305/675, which is slightly better than a Ti 4600.
I intend on running my 4400 until nvidia releases
their next generation v cards, sometime in
November hopefully.

Cheers,
Mike


"LordRaziel" wrote in
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m...
I got this card cheap and just wanted to see

what others thought of
it. It is a PNY GeForce4 TI 4400. I ca get just

over 9000 on
3dmark03se with it on a Athlon XP 1500.

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Old July 30th 03, 04:46 PM
LordRaziel
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I managed to get a 10571 on mine at that same speed with my
overclocked Athlon XP 1500 from 1.334 to 1.5.


"Mike Lamb" wrote in message ...
I got a PNY 4400 soon after they came out. I'm
still running it and it has been a fantastic v
card! I've managed a score of 14, 600 some with it
on a P4 2.53 oc'ed to 3.01 in 3DMark 2001 SE. My
4400 was also oc'ed. It oc'ed easily up to
305/675, which is slightly better than a Ti 4600.
I intend on running my 4400 until nvidia releases
their next generation v cards, sometime in
November hopefully.

Cheers,
Mike


"LordRaziel" wrote in
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m...
I got this card cheap and just wanted to see

what others thought of
it. It is a PNY GeForce4 TI 4400. I ca get just

over 9000 on
3dmark03se with it on a Athlon XP 1500.

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Old July 31st 03, 02:17 PM
Mike Lamb
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Yes it is using the original fan/heatsink.
I used the default settings in 3DMark.
I used Coolbits, a registry hack to oc my v card.
then the oc'ing options
will appear in your Detonator selection box. (Do a
Google search for Coolbits.)
Be sure to set your video drivers to its' fastest
performance levels
before you run 3DMark.(i.e. NO ansiotrophy,
FSAA....etc...)

Cheers,
Mike


"LordRaziel" wrote in
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....
Is that overclocked using the heatsink that

comes on the card? What
program did you use to do it with?


"Mike Lamb" wrote in

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...
I got a PNY 4400 soon after they came out. I'm
still running it and it has been a fantastic v
card! I've managed a score of 14, 600 some

with it
on a P4 2.53 oc'ed to 3.01 in 3DMark 2001 SE.

My
4400 was also oc'ed. It oc'ed easily up to
305/675, which is slightly better than a Ti

4600.
I intend on running my 4400 until nvidia

releases
their next generation v cards, sometime in
November hopefully.

Cheers,
Mike


"LordRaziel" wrote

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m...
I got this card cheap and just wanted to see

what others thought of
it. It is a PNY GeForce4 TI 4400. I ca get

just
over 9000 on
3dmark03se with it on a Athlon XP 1500.



 




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