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Thread: Geforce 4 TI 4200 AGP 8x vs. Radeon 9600xt.




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    Well good luck to you, but the 9600 should be a bad ass overclocker, which will give you a big boost. Hopefully.
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    well, i don't think the 9600xt has much potential for o/c - due to its memory bandwidth, am i mistaken?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grimace
    Any of you know if a Radeon 9600xt will out preform my Geforce 4 TI 4200 with 8xAGP.
    The R9600XT is the better card.
    [b]The Geforce 4 still costs more than the much newer 9600 xt.
    Where do ya live as it ain't like that here?
    [b]Is the radeon better for newer games? or am i better off just keeping the geforce, and save up for a 9800...
    That could also be a plan dependin' on how impatient ya are.
    [b]I have noticed the GF4 is not preforming as well with new games.
    The reason bein' that modern games not only put greater demand on the card but new games now require DX9 hardware support.
    [b] And I am looking forward to playing future games like Half Life 2 but i dont think my current grfx card will do.
    Then save ya $'s up for an R9800XT.

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    Just me, get a 9800 Pro and o/c it to XT speeds, and save yourself alot of $. My :2cents:
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    I think the XT is still better...than an OCed 9800. I maybe wrong.
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    9600pro, and 9600xt beat the ti4200 hands down.

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    Get the xt its a great card.
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