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Old 03-31-04, 11:39 AM Thread Starter   #1
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Asus G Force 3 TI 200


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I have this video card (asus g force 3 ti 200) in my backup machine now and would like to know what card this would compare to in the newer stuff. I am build a machine for work and may upgrade and use the asus card in the new machine which is strictly text and reading manuals no gaming. Thanks Steve

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its about the speed of a 9600np i would say

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^^^um no, not even close the ti200's equiv i beleive is the radeon 8500 if i remember correctly. the 9600's non pros are only a bit slower then a ti4200. the ti200 is alot slower then the ti4200
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twump is correct...to a point...the Ti200's equal was the 8500LE...the 8500's equal was the Ti500's...
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Thanks for the information guys. So like a FX5200 or ti4200 would perform as well as my old card? I know there are much better cards but I am building box on a small budget. Steve

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if you are wanting nvidia...a ti4200 will be better then a FX5200...just wont have DX9 support...and if this isnt going to be a gamers system...that really wont matter...
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