leadTek 4400Ti G4 Or powercolorATI 9500????

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce' started by azilla, Apr 24, 2003.

  1. azilla

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  2. azilla

    azilla Guest

    No comments for good ol Azilla?? :(
     
  3. BLyarx

    BLyarx Ancient Guru

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    Leadtek Times One Million I Love This Card...
     
  4. Propagandhi

    Propagandhi Active Member

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    Go with the GF4.
     

  5. Y2A

    Y2A Master Guru

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    Radeon 9500 Pro > Ti4400.

    3 reasons.

    1) OC'd this card will match it in 3dmark01.
    2) Stock this card will destroy the Ti4400 in 3dmark03, period.
    3) 8 Pipelines vs 4 Pipelines = better DX9 performance.

    Nvidia uses "performance bias" drivers and has persuaded gaming companies to "optimize for Nvidia." With all that being said, they still cannot beat ATi. It's quite sad really.
     
  6. bigmaxy

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    Yup. the Leadtek. no contest. Mine rocks.
     
  7. tylerv

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    Ati Radeon 9500... hopefully you're going for the PRO
    version... its 10x better than the flat 9500

    read some reviews here:

    they dont show the 4400, i think they show the 4600 or 4200
    but the difference in speed wont vary too much

    the radeon has dx 9 support... 8 pixel pipelines vs 4 on the gf,
    which will make the ti4400 dramatically slower

    most of the punks who post **** about nvidia here dont know what they're talking about... they just think geforces are better... while ive been a geforce fan up until this point, the ati definately has the winning card (at this point)

    i do hope, however, that geforce will take the crown with their new nv35

    heres the review:

    http://www6.tomshardware.com/graphic/20030311/index.html
     
  8. tylerv

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    follow up: well i just read the review & finally looked at the TI's

    obviously the 4400 would beat the ati 9500 pro in most dx 8 cases... not by much though. next gen games using dx 9... the 9500 gets x2 the speed in general... so if you're looking for a card that you wont have to upgrade in 5-6 months... stick with 9500 (PRO)

    it will run games like doom III flawlessly
    whilst with the gf, you will have to lower youre settings to get a playable framerate.

    personally i'd go for the 9500 pro... it'll probably last year+ before games start to bog it down
     
  9. G L

    G L Don Juan

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    The card he posted is a 9500 non-pro, which isn't so hot unless you can softmod it, which I wouldn't count on. 9500 pro on the other hand, is definately better, and only a bit more then a 4400.
     
  10. azilla

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    Sweet Guys thanx for the info No its not a pro. I guess ill get the G4. Thnx alot:D
     

  11. David Deed

    David Deed Don Alfa Terga Inconiti

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    I hope the topic owner realizes hes posting in an nvidia forum...
     
  12. G L

    G L Don Juan

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    Dude, don't do that. Get a 9500 pro. At worst the 9500 pro is on par with the 4400... and they're almost the same price, within $10.

    http://www6.tomshardware.com/graphic/20030120/vgacharts-02.html#aquanox

    The 9500 pro will almost certainly age better, however. If you do plan on the ti4400, I recommend the Asus V8420S ti4200 128 MB instead... it has the same 3.3ns ram as 4400, and is cheaper. Newegg has it for $140 with free shipping, vs. $160+ for the 4400.
     
  13. azilla

    azilla Guest

    Ok thanx and yes i know im posting in the G4 section i just didnt know where else to post it
     

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