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Thread: Soltek Releases GeFORCE 4 Ti4600 & GeFORCE 4 Ti4200 card




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    Soltek Releases its High-end VGA Cards Based On GeFORCE 4 Ti4600 & GeFORCE 4 Ti4200 Today.

    Soltek's Ti4600 & Ti4200 graphic cards are specially designed for power users,
    these two graphics cards provide users with the leading graphics technology, the latest
    video features, and the most innovative entertainment solutions.

    Having the right products, at the right time, with the best quality is always the basic of our
    product strategy. Soltek Ti4600 & Ti4200 Graphics Cards are your best choice!


    Soltek GeForce 4 Ti4600
    -nFiniteFX II Engine
    -Core Clock 300MHz
    -nVIDIA nView Display Technology
    -nVIDIA Lightspeed Memory Architecture (LMA) II
    -nVIDIA Accuview Antialiasing
    -Supports up to 2048 x 1536 resolution @ 75Hz.
    -128MB DDR Frame Buffer Memory
    -650Mhz Video Memory Clock
    -DVI output for digital flat-panel displays
    -TV-OUT S-Video Connector
    -VIVO (Video in/Video Out)
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    Soltek GeForce 4 Ti 4200
    -nFiniteFX II Engine
    -Core Clock 250MHz
    -nVIDIA nView Display Technology
    -nVIDIA Lightspeed Memory Architecture (LMA) II
    -nVIDIA Accuview Antialiasing
    -Supports up to 2048 x 1536 resolution @ 75Hz.
    -128MB DDR Frame Buffer Memory
    -650Mhz Video Memory Clock
    -DVI output for digital flat-panel displays
    -TV-OUT S-Video Connector
    -VIVO (Video in/Video Out)
    Cameron "Mr.Tweak" Wilmot
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    Something about that Ti4600 reminds me of Leadtek... :confused:

    ;) :p :cheers:

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    hmm....
    would that be the dual fans by any chance :confused: :confused: :confused:
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    Greetings :wave:

    Wow 650Mhz video memory clock for a Ti4200 is very impressive
    :thumb:
    What memory chips will be on the Ti4200, 2.8ns or 3ns :?:
    I think 3ns cause 1000/3ns x 2 = 666 (DDR)
    Or Soltek wants to make the fastest Ti4200 and put 2.8ns chips on them, which are on all Ti4600 cards.
    When will the cards be available in europe ?

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    :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I didnt see the 650Mhz Mem Clock on the Ti4200...... If thats serious, that card will own sooooooo much : party ha

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    The Ti4600 card reminds me alot of my leadtek :rolleyes:

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    It does a bit but it's good to see more companies going with the dual fan configuration.
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    You're absolutely right. I think that goes a good ways in the cooling. What I also think they should do is seperate the memory heatsink from the gpu heatsink since the memory does run cooler than the gpu. This would keep any heat that the gpu generates from affecting the memory, possibly helping in the overclocking field.
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    AMD Athlon XP 2000+
    EPoX 8K3A+
    Corsair XMS2700 512MB DDR333
    Leadtek Winfast A250 Ultra TD 128MB GeForce 4 Ti4600
    SB Audigy Gamer
    Intel 10/100 Pro NIC
    Western Digital 80GB 7200RPM ATA100 Special Edition w/ 8MB Cache
    Pioneer 16X DVD-106s
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    Teac 1.44 Floppy
    Enermax 550W PSU
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick
    :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I didnt see the 650Mhz Mem Clock on the Ti4200...... If thats serious, that card will own sooooooo much : party ha
    I guess they can still call it a 4200 because of the core running at 250MHz. Hmm....and I've heard some 4200s can easily run at 300MHz core...so 300 core and memory at 650 and you have a 4600 for the price of a 4200. Sweeeet!!!!
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    AMD Athlon XP 2000+
    EPoX 8K3A+
    Corsair XMS2700 512MB DDR333
    Leadtek Winfast A250 Ultra TD 128MB GeForce 4 Ti4600
    SB Audigy Gamer
    Intel 10/100 Pro NIC
    Western Digital 80GB 7200RPM ATA100 Special Edition w/ 8MB Cache
    Pioneer 16X DVD-106s
    Plextor 40x12x40 CD-RW
    Teac 1.44 Floppy
    Enermax 550W PSU
    Altec Lansing 641 4.1 Speaker System
    Antex SX1240 Full-Tower
    Win98SE / WinXP Pro

    3DMark 2001SE - 11,659 (Stock) 12,670 (O/C'd)

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