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Nvidia 6200 Vs Ati 9600

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#1 momokabuto


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Posted 15 January 2007 - 01:47 AM

can u guys tell me MSI Geforce nx6200td 128MB 128bit & Sapphire ATI Radeon 9600xt 256MB 128bit DDR2 ( both in AGP model), which gc is better??

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#2 Fade_To_Grey


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Posted 15 January 2007 - 01:08 PM

We bought the NVIDIA GeForce 6200, and I have to say it is one of the stupidest pieces of crap, I mean if you go to the NVIDIA forums, you'll see a huge about of people posting problems with it. I worked it down to a single problem, where I now have to turn off Hardware Acceleration everytime I want to watch videos. I don't know anything about the other one, but I don't think I'd recommend the NVIDIA.

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Posted 15 January 2007 - 08:59 PM

Well, I had the 9600 for a long time and was very happy with it. But the 6200 is a very good card too and has newer technology than that radeon card. First, the agp version of that card *sometimes* can have unlockable pipelines to give you better performance and supports directx9's shader model 3, which looks good in newer games. I think the 'td' at the end means that it would that it uses system ram and is a little slower than vanilla 6200's. It's up to you though. Looks at benchmark tests at other websites. It either a newer low-end card, or an older high-end card.

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