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Thread: which is the best gf4 ti4400




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    I bought the asus gf4 ti4400.... haven't gotten it from the store yet.. so i was just wondering... while i wait... how does it compare to the other gf4 ti4400's on the market

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    I'd say, VERY good...
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    hmm well the asus isn;t bad but u could do a lot better....it comes at a high priceand has relatively poor O/C due to the fact that it has no ramsinks....u should have gotten a leadtek or x-micro which overclock better and saved yourself a wad of cash...but oh well:afro:
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    Yeah, Asus, once known for being a company that produced good quality, cheap, very overclockable cards, are now known for crap video card with poor overclockabily and poor cooling, if any. They bundle tons of stupid crap that you'll never use with the card and sell they're cards for often over $200 more then better brands. And also watch, they use slower RAM whenever possible. Another case of a good company turned bad, as soon as they have a good name for themselves.
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    yes, while i can recommend asus mobos as they are they quite reliable, overclockable and stable...and also provide more voltage than default....if it says 1.85 in bios it actually will give 1.9 volts....which can help with overclocking a fair bit....even then....asus is on a downwards slide and now i probably would recomend that epox boards....or even msi

    and yes there video cards suck now...altohugh they are very reliable and stable lack of ramsinks means poor overclockanility an dthe inflated price doesn;t help:afro:

    i'm very sorri to day this infielder, altohugh if you had asked my a yr ago i would have definantely recommended asus:cheers:
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    :cry: you guys are making me sad... well it's alright actually i got the card at a good price.. cheaper than any of the other
    gf4 ti4400 that i found.. i would have rather got the leadtek or msi but i couldn't find one where i was.. that's too bad eh... but at any rate.. i'm not one to overclock my card... it's fast enough for me as is... so that's not a real problem.. but the next time i go out and by a card... i'm definitely going to look under every rock to get the one i want the most...

    thanks for all the replies...

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    where did you get it from Infielder6 ?

    and how much $$$ ?

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    i paid about 470... but now at that store it's going for 455... i got it at pcvillage canada....

    do you know if i could have gotten it cheaper and if so.. can you tell me how much a good hub should cost... i've seen some at about 100 but that's way too much for me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by infielder6
    i paid about 470... but now at that store it's going for 455... i got it at pcvillage canada....

    do you know if i could have gotten it cheaper and if so.. can you tell me how much a good hub should cost... i've seen some at about 100 but that's way too much for me...
    That's not bad...PC Canada has the Asus for $465 & the Leadtech for $450
    My supplier (ElcoSystems) usually does a little better than the online retailers - but he doesn't have stock on GF4Ti's yet

    a GVC 5pt 10base hub goes for about $35cdn...fine for home use

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    go to the www.Insight.com Canadian page

    Product Code GVC471489
    GVC 5pt 10base hub $33.99 ...37units in stock

    I've used a couple of these at work between CNC machines for calling up programs...reliable enough & dirt cheap

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