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JawZ
11-07-01, 07:27 PM
64MB DDR AGP Graphics Card...is that a good price???

I haven't shopped for a vid card in 2 years so I have no idea. Just wondering if that is reasonable or not.

Price is from Best Buy.

Brent
11-07-01, 07:27 PM
you can get em cheaper online

CoolJ
11-07-01, 07:48 PM
If my card dosent work in XP, I was gonna get that or the Radeon 8500.


The new 'Ti200' package is supposed to offer GeForce3-performance at a lower price point than current GeForce3 cards. The GeForce3 cards we knew so far will disappear, replaced by GeForce3 Ti200 cards. With a core clock of only 175 MHz and a DDR-memory clock of just 400 MHz, the specs of GeForce3 Ti200 are somewhat lower than those of previous GeForce3 cards (200/460 MHz), so that we might see somewhat less 3D-performance as well

http://www.tomshardware.com/graphic/01q4/011001/titanium-06.html

onetrueday
11-07-01, 07:52 PM
I loved this company too...

Vision Tek * ETA 11/09 * VisionTek Xtasy 6564 GeForce3 Titanium Ti200 64m AGP - Retail Box #72415.0 64 MB AGP GeForce3 Titanium Ti 200 64m AGP Retail Boxed $ 178 $11 by UPS Ground 10/30/2001 12:08:39 PM CT Micro-Pro, Inc.
888-881-0231
216-661-7218
OH VCVTGF3TI200-R

CoolJ
11-07-01, 07:53 PM
Impressive. I think Im gonna get the TI 200!!


http://www.tomshardware.com/graphic/01q4/011001/images/image016.gif

JawZ
11-07-01, 08:15 PM
Originally posted by Brent
you can get em cheaper online

Weren't these same cards like $400 awhile back???? Gee, if I wait long enough they'll be free lol.:D

Brent
11-07-01, 08:36 PM
ok

first of all don't go to toms hardware and don't trust any of his numbers

go to the [H] my reviews are accurate

I did a whole Ti 200 thingy not too long ago: http://www.hardocp.com/reviews/vidcards/nvidia/gf3ti200_gf2ti/index.html

alright next, the Ti 200 is the "MX" GF3 so to speak, except the only difference is it is clocked lower, that's ALL. Yes its slower in performance then a regular GF3, but it has the SAME features.

the regular GF3 is well a regular GF3 and costs a lot of course.

the Ti 200's starting price point was $199 retail, of course you can find it lower online

the Ti 500 is the high end or GF3 "Ultra" so to speak, it's clocked the highest stock

Brent
11-07-01, 08:38 PM
Originally posted by Ken
http://www.webuildpcs.com/wbpc/OCZ001.html


http://www.crazypc.com/Merchant2/merchant.mv?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=120199&Product_Code=20100 ;)

those are regular GF3's and do overclock well from my findings

but they are pricey

the Ti 200 is so much of a GREAT deal, not only do you get GF3 features but you get it at a cheaper price and they DO overclock well so performance wise you can bring it up to at LEAST a Regular GF3, and some people have gotten theirs close to Ti 500 speeds with good cooling and stuff ;)

CoolJ
11-07-01, 08:39 PM
"the Ti 200 is so much of a GREAT deal, not only do you get GF3 features but you get it at a cheaper price and they DO overclock well so performance wise you can bring it up to at LEAST a Regular GF3, "


Thx you helped me make my decision. Im gettin that one! Do you happen to know what FPS it gets in CS?

Brent
11-07-01, 08:40 PM
Originally posted by CoolJ
"the Ti 200 is so much of a GREAT deal, not only do you get GF3 features but you get it at a cheaper price and they DO overclock well so performance wise you can bring it up to at LEAST a Regular GF3, "


Thx you helped me make my decision. Im gettin that one! Do you happen to know what FPS it gets in CS?

haven't tried CS in it yet

but you know what, I JUST MIGHT DO THAT in my review i'm working on now!!!!!1

I'm reviewing VisionTek's line right now, their Ti 500, Ti 200 and GF2 Ti

HongKongPolice
11-07-01, 08:55 PM
Brent, I keep reading that the Ti500 uses an 8 layer PCB and improved electrical delivery, is this true, and how much does it improve overclocking?

So far, i've only seen the LeadTek Ti500 go above 250Mhz Core and close to 600Mhz ram, all other Ti500's i've seen can only do around 250/560

Brent
11-07-01, 08:57 PM
Originally posted by TigerUpperCut
Brent, I keep reading that the Ti500 uses an 8 layer PCB and improved electrical delivery, is this true, and how much does it improve overclocking?

So far, i've only seen the LeadTek Ti500 go above 250Mhz Core and close to 600Mhz ram, all other Ti500's i've seen can only do around 250/560

I don't know about that, but I can find out ;)

I haven't overclocked my Ti 500's yet so I don't know first hand what they can do..... I do know for a fact kyle got his reference ti 500 up to 275Mhz core..... but apparently from what i'm seeing the retails aren't doing so well above 250 like you said....

let me ask around and try it out and see what's going on....

CoolJ
11-07-01, 09:02 PM
"I'm reviewing VisionTek's line right now, their Ti 500, Ti 200 and GF2 Ti"


Thought you reviewed the ti200 here? http://www.hardocp.com/reviews/vidcards/nvidia/gf3ti200_gf2ti/index.html




:confused:

Brent
11-07-01, 09:26 PM
Originally posted by CoolJ
"I'm reviewing VisionTek's line right now, their Ti 500, Ti 200 and GF2 Ti"


Thought you reviewed the ti200 here? http://www.hardocp.com/reviews/vidcards/nvidia/gf3ti200_gf2ti/index.html




:confused:

that was a Reference Ti 200 from NVIDIA

now i'm reviewing Retail cards direct from manufacturers.....

CoolJ
11-07-01, 10:29 PM
Oh coooooool :)