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mx 440 and ti 4600

Discussion in 'Games' started by matrix4, Jan 19, 2003.

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  1. matrix4

    matrix4 Thread Starter

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    hi there!
    can anybody tell me please,is it a big
    differense between mx 440 and ti 4600?can i see it
    instantly?what is the differense?
    thanks for answer.matrix4;)
     
  2. codexaenir

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    The ti 4600 is faster, but more expensive than the MX series of NVIDIA cards.
     
  3. codexaenir

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    Yes and no. You probrably won't notice the difference in windows, 2d games, or even some "light" 3d games. For some heavy gaming.. like UT2003.. you will notice a difference.
     
  4. matrix4

    matrix4 Thread Starter

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    what does it mean faster?
     
  5. flyeater

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    here's a Sysmark comparison<br>[​IMG]
     
  6. roosterman

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    if money is not an option....i would definitely go with the ti4600

    roosterman
     
  7. Ged

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    So on flyeaters chart the mx 440 is 68%. The Ti 4600 is 116%, so almost double as powerful.

    The MX 440 is probably a good choice if you want a budget card for windows and some basic gaming as codexaenir says.

    If you are serious about gaming (ie you relatively modern games and future releases to run well) the MX is not a great choice, I have heard it has many issues (more bugs) apart from it being much less powerful.

    As far as I know the Ti 4200 is great value for money (64mb or 128mb).
     
  8. matrix4

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    hi there!
    thanks for all!!
    matrix
     
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