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Leadtek G4 TI 4600

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WaTaGuMp

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Feb 22, 2002
Ok folks the card is now in my system and what can I say but WHOOOOOOOOOOOWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA. Without a doubt this card is amazing. After trying 2 PNY cards I cant believe how much better this card is then those. I have it overclocked to 320 core 730 memory and I dont even get a flicker booting up like I have with every other card I have overclocked in the past. If you guys are getting a G4 please do not even consider another card, TRUST ME ON THIS. I paid 399 for it and no sales tax so not only is this card better it was cheaper then the PNY.
 
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WaTaGuMp

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Why would you think its better? I have had alot of video cards and hands down this is the best so far. I havent tried Gainward but I have heard good things about them.
 

Arkaine23

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leadtek

I lack experience when it comes to video cards that I've used/owned, but what I can say about the card I'm running from Leadtek is that it seriously kicks the llama's @$$! Gainward's have the benefit an overclocking warranty and decent cooling gear out of the box, but underneath, IMO, both manufacturer's are using the right stuff in their video cards.
 
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WaTaGuMp

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The thing that really impressed me about this card is like no other card I have ever overlocked before, is the fact I dont not get a flicker booting to windows. Out of the MAJOR amounts of cards I have owned I have yet to see and overclocked card not flicker booting up. This is the first to do it without feeling like the card is being pushed too much. I also find it amazing the clock speeds Tom hit at his site be adding another fan to the heatsink, he was able to reach 335 and 775 which is a huge overclock for the memory.
 

Arkaine23

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memory overclock

Yeah, the memory on my own Leadtek card has impressed me, going from 401 to 527! I expected maybe +50 or +60, not +126! Quality is what it comes down to.
 
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WaTaGuMp

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Re: memory overclock

Arkaine23 said:
Yeah, the memory on my own Leadtek card has impressed me, going from 401 to 527! I expected maybe +50 or +60, not +126! Quality is what it comes down to.


Couldnt agree more.