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webe3
06-10-2002, 05:14 AM
I just bought this card off ebay and was wondering if the PNY series of video cards are pretty good as far as stability and performance go??

outvit
06-10-2002, 07:04 AM
Yeah PNY cards are very stable and have not heard any bad things about them thus far.

HyDr0Sm0Ke
06-10-2002, 12:32 PM
I own a PNY Verto Geforce3 Ti200 and I have had no problems with it whatsoever, it is a very stable card and I would reccomend the series itself to everyone who asks :]

webe3
06-10-2002, 09:06 PM
Thanks for the responses! I was at first thinking of purchasing a geforce 4 Ti card, but it is a tad out of my pricerange! I got this card used for 96.00 off ebay...pretty good deal I think, for a PNY!

outvit
06-10-2002, 09:25 PM
Thanks for the responses! I was at first thinking of purchasing a geforce 4 Ti card, but it is a tad out of my pricerange! I got this card used for 96.00 off ebay...pretty good deal I think, for a PNY!

Well, there are GeForce Ti cards for like $120. Nvidia basicly has a GeForce 4 for everyone from high end (expensive) to the lower end but still good (pretty cheap).

ccm2k1
06-26-2002, 01:25 AM
I bought the PNY Ti200 in January for $199. At the time, the Radeon 8500 was $299. Now, The Radeon has been bought by me for $149 Retail version, and it is quite a bit faster than the Ti200, and the Catalyst drivers do what they say....it screams!
Anyway, now that prices are down getting an ATi card is ok, but if I could find an NVidia card at a lower price I would get that instead. The PNY is an excellent choice I might add.
If you want a Great NVidia graphics card you should look into getting a Gainward 'Golden Sample'. They are overclocked right from the factory and kick ass. Even the Gainward GeForce4 MX 650 Pro-TV Golden Sample (Mx 440 on steroids) is a great choice sans the Pixel/Vertex shaders, and gets a 5 star rating in most reviews.:hammer: