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    Quote Originally Posted by Wiggo
    GF4 Ti4200's start around 0aus (mine havn't found anything yet that they can't run well).
    My GF4 Ti4200 64MB seems to handle all of my games just as good as the Radeon 9700 Pro. I play Ghost Recon with everything maxed out and game play looks just as good on the AMD XP 1800 box as my P4 2.53 with the 9700 Pro.

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    Well, this is just my :2cents: , hope it helps. I run a Ti4200, its a damn good graphics card, but its starting to fall now that newer games are coming out (like Devastation, Unreal II). It seems to lack in when oyu turn on FSAA or anisotrophic filtering. If you're into really high image quality, get the Radeo 9700 Pro. However, if you wanna save som cash, I believe the Ti4200 is the best bang for oyur buck card out there at the moment. I personally like my MSI, as it has great cooling and o/c's well (my stock was 250/512, now its 279/567, and I can put it up to 284/581 in winter months, cause my case cooling sucks: no case fans, only PS and CPU). If you wanna throw in a little more money, get the Ti4600, cause those perform even better than the 4200, especially at resolutions higher than 1024x768. If you're into future proofing your system (somewhat), get the 9500 Pro, as it supports DX 9 (Ti4xxx cards only support DX8.1), which is where games are eventually gonna go, but its still kind of cheap. If you wanna get the best in you price range (note: the absolute top of your price range) get the Radeon 9700 pro, as it is the fastest and has the highest image quality in that price range, and also supports DX 9. Anyways, best of luck, : peace2: Mista K6
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    -768MB 16-bit PC800 RDRAM
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    Rock on : peace2: , MiStA K6

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    Since most things get out of dated pretty quickly I think I will have to get something that will support future games. :bounce:

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