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MSI GF4 Ti4600 8X Review - PAGE 1

, Peter Judson
- Monday, February 3rd, 2003
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vertex Feb 7, 03
I am a bit puzzled at the following memory specs:

"Compare that to say, the original MSI Ti4600, which was clocked at 300/500 core/memory - this gives the 4600-8X a memory bandwidth advantage already against its previous incarnation."

Correct me if i am wrong but from what i know after reading a lots of review online, i am sure all Ti4600 are clocked at 300/650Mhz Core/Memory while Ti4800 or Ti4600-8X still follow Ti4600 specs but with AGP 8X. The same go for Ti4800SE or Ti4400-8X at 275/550Mhz.
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Redemption Feb 7, 03
Yes actually, you are right. Our charts show that the 4600 non-8x is indeed 300/650. I think the confusion may have arisen when PowerStrip reported the wrong speeds for the 4600 original in some previous work we did. Thanks for catching this.
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Freestyle_Gamer Feb 7, 03
I dont know much about AGP or what it stands for but shouldnt the result be better on the Ti4600 x8 than x4?
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vertex Feb 9, 03
quote Freestyle_Gamer
I dont know much about AGP or what it stands for but shouldnt the result be better on the Ti4600 x8 than x4?
AGP=Accelerated Graphics Port
There is not much difference in between 4X & 8X AGP and the same go for 2X AGP and 4X as well. Let's said current games doesn't actually utilise the bandwidth much but i am sure future games will.
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vertex Feb 9, 03
quote Redemption
Yes actually, you are right. Our charts show that the 4600 non-8x is indeed 300/650. I think the confusion may have arisen when PowerStrip reported the wrong speeds for the 4600 original in some previous work we did. Thanks for catching this.
You might wanna try out "Coolbits" or "nvmax" to give you a actual reading of the core/memory =)
Anyway, please send me a email as i need to discuss something that might interest you : )
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Redemption Feb 9, 03
Vertex you should be able to email me by using my profile info .

Otherwise, register and then send me a Private Message.

I'll keep in mind what you mention about Coolbits/nvmax.
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