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Which gFx is the best for a ti4600

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AaronP

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I would like to know which gFx manufacturer is the best when it comes to Geforce 4's ti4600s.
I know that Albatron and MSI are the best 4200s out there, with them being #1 and #2 respectively. Those cards are dependable and benches the same or higher than some 4600s (according to 3D mark).

So the question is? Which to go with?
 

mbentley

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AaronP said:
I would like to know which gFx manufacturer is the best when it comes to Geforce 4's ti4600s.
I know that Albatron and MSI are the best 4200s out there, with them being #1 and #2 respectively. Those cards are dependable and benches the same or higher than some 4600s (according to 3D mark).

So the question is? Which to go with?

are you going to be running the 4600 with your setup in your sig? if so, you might get some bottlenecking with the piii and the sdram... what do you guys think?
 

Captain Slug

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Re: Re: Which gFx is the best for a ti4600

mbentley said:
are you going to be running the 4600 with your setup in your sig? if so, you might get some bottlenecking with the piii and the sdram... what do you guys think?

Correct.

My favorite brand so far is Abit, which has the highest average overclock.
But based on the info in your sig, your money might go to better use upgrading the OTHER parts in you machine (CPU, Motherboard, and RAM. Maybe even your sound card)
 
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AaronP

AaronP

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actually I was wondering for my new rig which will be coming soon. It's goingto be runnign 1024 ddr ram on an epox board with an xp2400 chip. That's why I was wondering
 

CSaddict

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I got the Leadtek A250TD my VIVO (GF4600TI) Its awsome. The heatsink is huge and it doesn't really get hot.
 

Ghost68

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why not go ati? looks like you are building a killer setup why not add a killer card... the ti4600 is a waste of money at this point they are outdated ang showing their age...