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Thread: X-Micro GF4 Ti4200 128mb DDR who's got one???




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    so who's got one and what do you think of it???
    XP2100+ "B" @ 2.2GHz (11.0 x 200, 1.7v) & Coolmaster Aero 7+
    ASUS A7N8X dlx with AMD h/s + fan mounted on n/b and passive on s/b
    X-Micro Ti4200 218mb
    512mb Geil PC3200 (400 MHz) single channel
    Dell 21"
    Enermex 710b case with 4 TMD case fans
    and the usual running gear......

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    Can't talk about the 128MB variety, but I have the 64MB version by the same company and it works very well. Stable and overclocks well on top of a good price. :)
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    I'm happy with my card even though it'll only o/c to 315/575 before it freaks out on 3dmark!
    XP2100+ "B" @ 2.2GHz (11.0 x 200, 1.7v) & Coolmaster Aero 7+
    ASUS A7N8X dlx with AMD h/s + fan mounted on n/b and passive on s/b
    X-Micro Ti4200 218mb
    512mb Geil PC3200 (400 MHz) single channel
    Dell 21"
    Enermex 710b case with 4 TMD case fans
    and the usual running gear......

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    I too am interested in the ti4200 x-micro with vivo.

    pretty cheap, well the 64mb is like $260.

    Could be good, I've heard good things anyway.

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    I'm in the middle of choosing either this card or a Leadtek one (which i can get for $275AU).

    I have been told that the Leadtek one is a little better for overclocking with its wrap around heatsink.

    Any thoughts on that?

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    Up until recently Leadtek cards were all I used but I still use their GF4 Ti cards which I find overclock well and have good software packages. I got my Leadtek GF4 Ti4200 My VIVO from Nth. Rocks Computer Markets for $245aus. :thumb:

    I've stopped usin' any GF4 MX's though as for around $140-$150aus ya can get a base Gigabyte Maya R9000 which performs up there with GF3 Ti200's plus have DX8.1 support. :devil win
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    Hi Wiggo that price of mine was from a comp store in marylands but since i live on the north side where is this Nth. Rocks Computer Markets?

    Do i need to know anything special to get a great price like this.

    Thanks for anymore info mate

    :D

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