TNT2 Ultra to a GeForce 4 Ti 4600

Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by Dimoe, Jul 17, 2002.

  1. Dimoe

    Dimoe Guest

    Got a question:

    I plan on upgrading my video card from a TNT2 Ultra to a GeForce4 Ti 4600 or higher.

    If you go to www.nvidia.com and you check out their GeForce 3 section, they give you the option to analyze your computer. They tell you how much a GeForce 3 (any I guess???)would out perform your current video card. The thing is, I don't plan on buying a GeForce 3 and I would like to know the performance difference between my current Video card and the (GeForce4 Ti 4600 or higher.)

    NVIDIA’s Analyzer tells me that the GeForce 3 would out do my video card 263% (my card being 100%)

    So does anyone know how much higher this difference would be if I where to buy a GeForce4 Ti 4600.

    BTW: My 3dmark 2001SE score is like 2800 with my current video card (Diamond Viper V770 TNT2 Ultra). This score seems quite sad...
     
  2. Dimoe

    Dimoe Guest

    lol, i think i found it...

    i think I found the GeForce ti 4600 comparison section...
    It wasn't linked like the GeForce 3...
     
  3. Dimoe

    Dimoe Guest

    Anyway...

    What sort of 3dmark scores should I be getting with GeForce it 4600????

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  4. You'll probably end up in the 6000-8000 range, althought I've seen Ti4600s hit 13,000 on a P4 rig.
     
  5. Dimoe

    Dimoe Guest

    isn't that kinda low???

    I read somewhere that someone with a AMD Athlon XP 1700+ with similar hardware was getting a score of 9370 with a Geforce3Ti500.
     
  6. fitfella29

    fitfella29 Guest

    i`d say u could hit 11000 with your system and the 4600ti

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    AMD Athlon XP 1700+
    896MB PC2100 DDR RAM
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    60GB 7200RPM MAXTOR HDD
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    LITEON 32X12X40 RE-WRITER
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