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Thread: GF3 Ti500 or GF4 Ti4400?




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    Is the extra few dollars worth the Ti400? I am seeing totaly different reviews. One says that the Ti500 is just the same at lower resolutions and some say they are not....

    I have seen that the ti4400 is faster at high reolutions but I would never use anything higher than 1028x786....



    errrm...maybe I might!?!?! :)

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    I'd spend the extra dollars personally.
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    gosh darn it..... I hate upgrading CPU's and Video Cards. Everytime I round it down to 2...and finally decide which one to get ..which is always the higher one...I always jump up another notch and start all over with the "decesion" process :)

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    You are Performance Hungry - Nothing wrong with that! :)
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    Ha! That is not what my wife says!

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    If you can afford the entry fee, then spend the extra dollars now for a GF4 board. There are already a huge amount of games getting ready to hit the streets this year that are finally going to utilize the pixel shading capabilities of the GF3/GF4 line, and the quality of the GF4 is better by far than the older sibling.

    Also consider that with the GF4 TI boards, you can now use FSAA with a minimal performance hit. This means beautiful graphics at very playable frame rates.

    Just my two cents worth.
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    well, thanks guys. I Have a PNY retail/with the glasses TI4400 On it's way. Cost me $277.00 Shipped with insurance. It should be here by Thursday.

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    Let us know ya impressions of it when it's in. ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by hbidad
    Is the extra few dollars worth the Ti400? I am seeing totaly different reviews. One says that the Ti500 is just the same at lower resolutions and some say they are not....

    I have seen that the ti4400 is faster at high reolutions but I would never use anything higher than 1028x786....



    errrm...maybe I might!?!?! :)

    You bet its worth the extra
    Cameron Johnson
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    TweakTown

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    Well, I got it! Very impressed indeed! .......


    I just had to mention upgrading CPU's....I now have a 1900+ on its way!....

    My wife says thanks Mr. Tweak for creating a place to encourage me to spend money! :) j/k

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