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ASUS V9180 GeForce 4 MX440-8X Graphics Card

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tones10

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#1
Hi, I have not kept up with the vid card scene for quite a while now, and I am buying some new components, new m/board
cpu, memory,and case, I am not sure if my old graphic card will
work with the new m/board until I dismantle the old case and check the part number ( Matrox G400 Dual head 32mb ) I
wont have a great deal of money to buy a new vid card, and
as the m/board is Asus and 4X/8X hence the explanation above
I was looking at this card ASUS V9180 GeForce 4 MX440-8X ,
I have read some reviews of the card and it seems that it is
not bad, retails here in UK at £55/58, has anyone any idea
of this cars and wether it is any good or not, and any other
vid cards you can recommend bearing in mind the price, I do
not play games on this system.
Many thanks.
 

Sazar

F@H - Is it in you?
Staff member
Political User
#2
Originally posted by tones10
Hi, I have not kept up with the vid card scene for quite a while now, and I am buying some new components, new m/board
cpu, memory,and case, I am not sure if my old graphic card will
work with the new m/board until I dismantle the old case and check the part number ( Matrox G400 Dual head 32mb ) I
wont have a great deal of money to buy a new vid card, and
as the m/board is Asus and 4X/8X hence the explanation above
I was looking at this card ASUS V9180 GeForce 4 MX440-8X ,
I have read some reviews of the card and it seems that it is
not bad, retails here in UK at £55/58, has anyone any idea
of this cars and wether it is any good or not, and any other
vid cards you can recommend bearing in mind the price, I do
not play games on this system.
Many thanks.
I would HIGHLY recommend buying a directx 8 card at least... I am sure you can find a gf4 ti 4200 or a low end ati 9000/9100 for your price range... the performance is as such... gf4 ti > 9100 > 9000... you can buy the gf4 ti 4200 in an agp8x flavor though this will not really net you a performance gain... it has no visible advantages in todays apps... and with the power of the gpu's you are unlikely to see a big gain in future apps either...
 
#4
highly reccomend a gf4 ti4200 for low budget. below that is not great if you are playing games. if you are not a game player, and don't play alot, get a 9000.
 
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tones10

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#5
Hi, Thanks for your replies, to Sazar I have looked about for
some cards, similar to what you recommend can you tell me what you think of these,

Sapphire Radeon 9100 Atlantis 64MB DDR
AGP, ATI 9100, DVI-D, TV-Out,

64 MB ATI Radeon 9000 RTL

Radeon 9000 Pro 64MB DDR DVI, I dont seem to be able to find any cards of the gf4 ti 4200 type in my price range.
Many thanks.
 

Sazar

F@H - Is it in you?
Staff member
Political User
#6
if you can't get the ti 4200... get the ati 9100.. either one will do since all the 8500/9100 cards are better than the 9000 series... :)

performance is perhaps not up to par with a ti4200... but the feature set is nice...
 

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