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Old 23-09-2002, 08:09 PM   #1
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Default NVIDIA GF4 4200(128)or GAINWARD GF4(64ddr))

what is more faster and better NVIDIA GF4 4200(128)or GAINWARD GF4(64ddr)
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Old 23-09-2002, 08:12 PM   #2
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well i have heard about good results with the gainwood and maya so maybe this would be a better option.

Thats one thing I need to get: a decent gfx card
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but what about the local memory
gainward (64ddr) and nvidia(128ddr)
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Old 24-09-2002, 08:53 AM   #4
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well I guess common sense would tell me that the 128 would be quicker, but I havne not seen a write out on it, so wouldnt want to comment, I well see if i can find a performance chart
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so which to choose?(i love to play games too)
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Hi doodlyD ! Not sure how good a price you'd found for a 4200, but you can pick up a Geforce4 ti 4600 for £188 from www.dabs.com

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If your choosing between the 4200 and the ti4600.....go ti4600 all the way....Bigger, Faster, Stronger, Meaner

I have a ti4400.....and I like it!!!!!!
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if you between then go for the nVidia.. Ti4200 chips are not bad... for a midrange card.. If the other one is a Ti4600, just as saiyan said go for it!!! if you want another suggestion i say go for the Gigabyte Radeon 9700 Pro... they are soo cool!, just read my review i posted in the Members lounge.
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On these GeForce 4 cards, the 64mb memory is faster than the 128.
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