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Ge Force3 Ti200 64MB vs. GeForce4 MX 440 64 MB

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November 17, 2002 5:28:58 PM

It's a question, Daytona GeForce3 Ti200 64 MB DVI, TV-out DDR AGP 4x/2x or Leadtek GeForce4 MX 440 64 MB DDR, TV-out?
They costs the same. What do you can recommend?

Lord_V
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November 17, 2002 5:44:32 PM

GeForce3 Ti200 without question. Never heard of Daytona though. How much does this graphics card cost and where are you about to buy it from?

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November 17, 2002 6:03:10 PM

You, I'm from Lithuania, and here this Daytona seems wery popular?!? On the pricelists it's 112 Euro, it's about 105 USD I think, and many of resellers have it. I also don't know about these cards, that's why I'm asking :) 

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November 17, 2002 6:18:17 PM

Get the GeForce3 Ti200. I don't know much about Daytona cards, but they should be faster than GF4 MX440. Plus you will have pixel shader and vertrex shader, you will miss these things in GF4 MX440. Aquanox or games that use DX8.0 capabilities by 100%, they should be much faster in GF3 Ti200. And quality will be lot better.

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November 17, 2002 8:02:43 PM

Daytona GeForce3 Ti200 is also available in Melbourne, but it cost less than a GeForce4 MX440. The best thing is if you manage you overclock it to above Ti500 standard, it can even tag along with a GeForce4 Ti4200 without losing very much.

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November 18, 2002 5:16:39 AM

10x you Spitfire x86 and TKH, for me these suggestions are important.

Lord_V
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November 18, 2002 7:36:39 AM

gf3 ti200. (just to illustrate the point :) 

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