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    Can any one help please,

    im looking into buying a new gfx card and im in the price range of either a g4 ti 4200 128mb or a ati 9500pro 128mb.
    All comments are welcome.

    I do want the best of the 2 so please help me. B)

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  3. Software & Hardware   -   #2
    i have g4 ti 4200 128mb and it works great.........

    i totally recommend that u will buy this

    and it's not very expensive......

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    I have the Nvidia GeForce TI 4600 with TV out, not sure how similar it may be to your 2 but I love the one I have.

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    g4 ti 4200 128mb or a ati 9500pro 128mb.
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    Quite a hard choice , the speed difference between these two aren't big. Though I'd go for the 9500 , I had a TI4200 installed for a while ( m8 of mine has one ) and with 3dMark my rate where slightly lower.
    Hope I helped you out a bit
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    boeger

  6. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Both cards are very close in performance level. (hardly noticable). It comes down to your preference and the price.

    If you look at Toms Hardware site. You can see a chart that compares many cards here: Toms hardware - Grahics Card Charts

    If you look you will see that GeForce 4 ti 4200 64MB outperformes the GeForce 4 ti 4200 128MB. That's because the RAM used on the 64MB one is faster.

    And you can save some money in the process.

    Check out MSI. They have a great software package with their cards.

    I prefer Nvidia because of their unified drivers. That means that when they come out with a new driver it works for all Nvidia cards.*That way the development of the drivers continues well beyond production of a certain model. And they really do work on the development of those drivers.

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    Sapphiretech is good company for ATi cards... just thought id say

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    although the ti4200 is better, in the long run the 9500 pro will be the better choice. Because it has Directx 9 which the ti4200 dosen't

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    also you can mod or o/c the 9500 to the 9700PRO speeds

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    Originally posted by poli@12 March 2003 - 20:07
    also you can mod or o/c the 9500 to the 9700PRO speeds
    That is only possible with the 9500 pro i belive.

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    also for highly competive prices on all computer parts go to the following website

    Pricewatch.com

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