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IceCube
09-03-02, 01:35 PM
which card is better for my system? Radeon 7500 64mb ddr or Geforce 4 mx 420?

Must be one or the other!!!!

specs:

xp 1800+
asus a7v 333
256mb pc 2700

onetrueday
09-03-02, 01:44 PM
Radeon 7500 64mb ddr

although, I'd get a gf3 ti200 if you were on a budget like that.

Set
09-03-02, 03:47 PM
MX are crap

tHE_0ne
09-03-02, 04:05 PM
look into this:

http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.html?i=1473&p=4

newegg.com has the ATI Radeon LE 32MB DDR for $45

LT-73
09-03-02, 07:52 PM
I'm an Nvidia guy so i'll have to go with the GF. But since the MX series is a crap card, go with the ATi. Just remember, you're going to have alot of problems with the drivers so i hope you have ALOT of patience. But if i was you, i'd go for a GF3 Ti200 or 500. It's within your budget and get rid of that MX junk.



And for the record, i still go with Nvidia !

onetrueday
09-03-02, 10:38 PM
Originally posted by LT-73
I'm an Nvidia guy so i'll have to go with the GF. But since the MX series is a crap card, go with the ATi. Just remember, you're going to have alot of problems with the drivers so i hope you have ALOT of patience. But if i was you, i'd go for a GF3 Ti200 or 500. It's within your budget and get rid of that MX junk.



And for the record, i still go with Nvidia !

The driver problems are WAY old news...

havent a problem with an ati driver in a long time.

UnitedWeStand
09-03-02, 11:55 PM
Niether, just save another 70 dollars, and buy a GAINWARD/CARDEXPERT GeForce 3 Ti200 128MB (NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti 200 GPU), Power Pack Golden Sample, ( 4ns 128MB DDR. ). Overclocking enhanced performance mode. TV-Out. :rolleyes:
...or do whatever you want to do?

onetrueday
09-04-02, 12:10 AM
Originally posted by UnitedWeStand
Niether, just save another 70 dollars, and buy a GAINWARD/CARDEXPERT GeForce 3 Ti200 128MB (NVIDIA GeForce3 Ti 200 GPU), Power Pack Golden Sample, ( 4ns 128MB DDR. ). Overclocking enhanced performance mode. TV-Out. :rolleyes:
...or do whatever you want to do?

hey, that's what I said too!
(plus, it's probably the smartest thing you can do. I've run a gf3 ti200 and they are beautiful.)

LT-73
09-04-02, 12:49 AM
Originally posted by onetrueday
The driver problems are WAY old news...

havent a problem with an ati driver in a long time.


Hey that's great. But for some ungodly reason, i seem to have a curse with ATi cards, drivers and the VIA chipsets :eek:

LT-73
09-04-02, 12:53 AM
Hey IceCube,
Check this out ;) :http://forums.speedguide.net/showthread.php?threadid=89936