AGP graphics card TI4200 or 4800 - Equivalent ?

  Giggle n' Bits 10:17 21 Oct 2003
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There was the Ti4200 & Ti4800 AGP Graphics card, i know there is a few Ti4800Se cards around but what I would like to know is what card now are the equivalent on todays market to the Ti4200 & Ti4800 chipset card with Nvidia Chippies.

Is it them FX5200, FX5600, FX5800 cards ?

Are the FX5xxx card any good for a budget gaming card ?.

  Giggle n' Bits 14:28 21 Oct 2003

Does anyone know if this card would be better than a FX series card ?

Gainward GeForce 4 PP Ultra/750 8X TV AGP [Ti-4800SE

its mainly with the SE on the end, all I can think is it stands for Special edition or small edition or even second edition ?

Thanks for the above details M8 DiesSe!, Epoc & Bruce_Lee.

  Giggle n' Bits 10:34 22 Oct 2003

if running a Ti card which supports Direct X 8.1 on a XP machine ?

i take it XP has Direct X9 by default.

Has anyone noticed a difference using a Ti card with XP.

  Giggle n' Bits 12:16 22 Oct 2003

Erhh where did you get the XFX Ti4200 card from at £80 please.

All the ones I have seen are about £95 - £116 mark.

Was it one of them OEM look of the draw ones, happen to be from click here ?

Are you pleased with it ?.

  Giggle n' Bits 19:52 22 Oct 2003

Err will have to go and have a look at CCL computers.

Also thanks to everyone else for calling and M8 DieSse as always.

Audio~chip.

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