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GF4 4200 128mb vs 4400 128mb

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Anaxagoras1986

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The 4200 128mb has a lower clock then the 64 right?
The 4400 has a higher clock than the 4200 128mb right?
So, with games like UT2K3 that requires games with SO much video RAM, would it be better to go with a 4400 to O/C than a 4200 (128) to O/C? Or would the performance difference not be worth the price?
 

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It´s been sometime I don´t look to the prices... But the price difference usuallys higher than the bennefit... Both are interesting... I´d buy one of them but not the ti600... I think 64mb is still Ok for moooost games. Consider the New radeons too... Better 2d image... Get worried searching for the one who comes with faster chips <3,6ns...
My 0,2 Cents
 
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Anaxagoras1986

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Thanks for the response. I want to get a card wth the most bang/buck but that will still serve me into the future. I figured that maybe a 128mb card would be a must for that, is it?

Ya I plan on changing the BUS speeds eventually. I just havent got my cooling system all set for some O/Cing on it yet. Plus, I might want to stear clear of that path seeing as how my chip does have a warranty right now......
 
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Anaxagoras1986

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Anyone look at pricewatch right now? LOL! Looks like thier server is having some probs. It says that every video card on sale is 27 dollars!
 

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Hey ANAxagoras!!! Let´s oput that xp on 166 bus with 1/5 pci divider! All pci bus stock!!! You have everything necessary for than!

no way that 1800 will run 166 fsb unless you unlock it on air, I have one and it was a good stepping but no way, so I installed a 1600 that I wanna swap with a spare that I unlocked but the AX-7 has kinda been real F***** stubborn to get off, almost killed board already so I gave up for a bit LOL

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james.miller

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Anaxagoras1986 said:
The 4200 128mb has a lower clock then the 64 right?
The 4400 has a higher clock than the 4200 128mb right?
So, with games like UT2K3 that requires games with SO much video RAM, would it be better to go with a 4400 to O/C than a 4200 (128) to O/C? Or would the performance difference not be worth the price?

albatron ti4200p turbo is the best bang for buck gefroce 4 IMHO. 99% of them can overclock to ti4600 speeds and above because they use faster ram (3.3ns) than any other ti4200 (4ns i think)

edit: oh and its 128mb as well

PM kato - he's got an ausome example of what the albatron ti4200's are capable of
 
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Anaxagoras1986

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Thanks for the help. But that thing is 180 bucks! I was looking at something that would be much cheaper but still survive a little while.
 
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