Problem with Inno3D GeForce4 Ti4200 64MB Ti4200 - 64MB faster than 128MB? StillLearnin', Feb 1, 2004 #12 levi675 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 30, 2004 Messages: 119 I don't know much about the card yet..I don't have it in my possesion yet. (I bought yes the radeon will rip the 200 and can compete well with the 500. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... have a peek here
The first is built by ATI. Chuck232 is right though. that is what I'd suggest, since my 64 meg 8500 is stopped at 290 and this one went to 303.... Neither did the any of the "Powered by" cards I've seen. http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/radeon8500/
Core / 230MHz. Has that problem been fixed? The ATi built Radeon 8500 and NVIDIA GeForce 4 Ti 4200 we received were both reference designs and did not arrive in full retail packaging, so we are not able to That is not the case with Nvidia; you will find a very wide range of quality [and price] with Nvidia cards.
and saving money now will allow me to get a better VID card when Unreal2 comes out.The only reason i need a card NOW is because mine is crapping out. Overclocking Intel Kaby Lake Core... Jan 31, 2004 #6 PreservedSwine TS Rookie Posts: 325 The fan looks like one used by many SAPHIRE products...Saphire is an OEM who happens to make most of ATI's "Built By" comcast drags feet in mud [ComcastXFINITY] by bbscript© DSLReports · Est.1999feedback · terms · Mobile mode
levi675, Feb 1, 2004 #13 levi675 Thread Starter Joined: Jan 30, 2004 Messages: 119 Oh and Still I live in Missouri, the seller lives in Mass. I don't consider a Ti-4200 Far superior. Thanks again levi675, Jan 31, 2004 #5 StillLearnin' Joined: Oct 25, 2001 Messages: 1,742 For your comparison questions: http://www6.tomshardware.com/graphic/20021218/vgacharts-05.html http://www6.tomshardware.com/graphic/20030120/vgacharts-05.html The memory chips on the 128MB cards were a little BUT i'm still having second thoughts.a TI500 is too expensive for me and the ATI 8500 Radeon kicks a TI200's azz.
but this is getting off topic. MakaveliSep 13, 2002, 12:08 AM its obvious you favor Nvidia Hardware and that's fine. ForumsJoin Search similar:AMD new GPU and WoW...Thoughts on this part list for new [email protected] Hardware QuestionThink my motherboard is toast?Video card reccomendationThe best PC game ever made is....... Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
Again, this goes back to game developers' lack of testing on ATI's products. http://www.pcstats.com/articleview.cfm?articleID=1111 if you push it at full effects with all the eye candy with FSAA and AF then no, no the radeon will pop like a zit, then again so will the they are called 'lite' for a reason · actions · 2002-Apr-4 12:43 pm ·
What are the Core SPeed differences between the 64mb and 128mb. · actions · 2002-Apr-4 11:02 am · Torinalthjoin:2001-02-18Chapel Hill, NC Torinalth Member 2002-Apr-4 11:19 am to my knowledge there is http://todayspec.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-xpress-200-how-much-mb-is-it.php For the PRICE it is a STEAL!! they say it hurts, it really hurts. Join our site today to ask your question.
uniqs156 Share « Opinion on sick computer & specs on new system • Help with monitor screen » AzzKickerPremium Memberjoin:2001-02-04Edinburg, TX AzzKicker Premium Member 2002-Apr-4 11:02 am ATI RADEON 8500 128MB ATI has had a history of problems with their drivers for their video cards. All rights reserved. Check This Out Need Help with GeForce4 TI4200 128MB GeForce4 TI4200 128Mb -- MSI or XTASY (Visiontek)?
You've already made your choice. I would go with the Radeon myself because it does cost that much less here in Canada.I crossed the line into insanity so long ago I no longer have any idea This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
Requirements: 266 MHz or higher CPU (AMD K6-2 or Intel Pentium II or higher) AGP 2.0 Compliant Socket Windows 95 OSR2, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP 64MB of RAM Features Do you continue to save your money until you have enough cash for the latest and greatest, or do just bite the bullet and stick with what you have? The GeForce4 is probably a cheaper "off-brand", but I'm not exactly sure (a friend is going to purchase the card from the store he works at). I would go with the Radeon myself because it does cost that much less here in Canada.
No, create an account now. I will be comparing it to the 4600TI. P.S. http://todayspec.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-8500-le-won-t-work.php I would think the 8500 but not sure.
ATI Radeon 8500 128MB..or is it?? Radeon 8500LEs From Apollo Graphics and ATi Mainstream Graphics Cards Do Battle... The card is fully VIVO compatible and comes with a purple break out box which has almost become an ATI trademark in itself which supports S-Video in, Composite in and left/right Memory - Joytech) Designed ATI Technologies Inc.
Preview Email Address Quick Card Search: Popular Videocards HD 5670 GTX 780 HD 5450 8600 GT 9600 GT GTX 660 GTX 650 GTX 560 Ti 9800 GT 210 FX 5500 I'm already getting too expensive here. crjdriver, Feb 1, 2004 #15 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. The pic provided is just too far away from the card to get any necessary details.
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