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    can some one tell me who is the competitor for the FX 5600 is it a TI4200, TI4400, TI4600 or TI4800se.. i just order one for newegg.com and it was a OEM

    or show i had get a TI4200, TI4400, TI4600 or TI4800se
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    frankly, i`d say that the fx5600 is waste of money... you`re beeter off getting one of the Ti cards... but if you still wanna get an fx series card... wait till the fx5900 comes out...@it`s a whole lot better, from what i`ve heard... :p
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    The FX5600 is the replacement for the GF4 Ti4200.

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    thx u wiggo. and MizuChi u are say i should sent it back for a TI
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    ATM DX9 support means nothin' to me as only a suspect benchtest (3DMurk03) supports it so 128MB GF4 Ti4200 VIVO's do me quite fine.

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    And, if you do want DX9 support, i would just spend the extra 50 dollars and pick up a 9700 on eBay then pay for a crap GF FX 5600
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    i get it for OEM from newegg.com for $120 i want a new card but want to wait to see what come out at the end of the year and wait for the price to drop maybe for a FX 5900 or some new. as u can see i have a GF4 MX 440 so the FX 5600 is better then what i have and i do not want a ATI card. i do not know why i do not want a ATI card. i just want to know if the FX5600 beat out the it4200 or it 4400. i know it do not beat it it 4600.
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    It diffentelty does not beet the TI 4400. But, if wiggo says that it is a TI 4200 replacement, then i would believe that it is equal with the TI 4200, just would DX9 support. Also, you cannot clock it as high as you can the TI 4400 (i wouold assume so), because it runs pretty damn hot.
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    ok thx:p i did not see then Wiggo thx u..

    have any one OC this card? and how is it OC?
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    if you`re gonna oc this card, just make sure you have enough airflow in yer casing... ti`s do heat up under oc conditions...
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