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how fast is the ram on my leadtek a250 td?

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mbentley

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i was curious if anybody has actually seen any info on what speed the video ram is for the leadtek a250 td (geforce 4 ti 4400) all i see on leadtek's website is "high speed ram"... just wondering if anybody had seen any papers on it. i've looked around a bit and haven't found much of anything. if not, oh well... just curious. it still works like a charm :) (i actually get better 3d mark scores with this card than my old pny geforce 4 ti 4400 with 3.6n ram... hehe... gotta love that hunk of metal they call a heatsink on these things... (just too bad it covers the memory chips for the sake of checking the speeds)
 

Morpheusman

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I read in a review that Leadtek DOES use the 3.6n ram with this card. I can't remember where I read it, or I'd post a link. I also remember the same review said that it uses the exact same active cooling setup (monster HS + Dual Fans) as the a250 TD Ultra (the Ti4600).

Looks like a sweet card. I've been thinking about getting one myself to replayce my aging first-gen Radeon LE. Are the fans very noisy?
 
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mbentley

mbentley

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Morpheusman said:
I read in a review that Leadtek DOES use the 3.6n ram with this card. I can't remember where I read it, or I'd post a link. I also remember the same review said that it uses the exact same active cooling setup (monster HS + Dual Fans) as the a250 TD Ultra (the Ti4600).

Looks like a sweet card. I've been thinking about getting one myself to replayce my aging first-gen Radeon LE. Are the fans very noisy?

at first when i changed from my onboard video which has no fan to my card, it was a little, but it really wasn't that bad. i have a fairly silent system and it's not bad. i have had quieter coolers on my video cards but it works wonderfully. not a single problem yet. i would definitely recommend it if you can stand the fan. (it's just like the sound of a midrange cfm 80 mm fan running at full speed, but not like a roaring tornado.)
 

ntpphong

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not here.., i moded it a bit and putsome as3 on the gpu and the memory, now waiting for the digital doc to measure the temps.