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Economy version of Nvidia's GeForce4 Ti still in May

Economy version of Nvidia's GeForce4 Ti still in May

Various graphics card manufacturers want to bring the slowest version of the GeForce4 Ti chip, the GeForce4 Ti4200, onto their cards in May. So far only the more expensive Ti4400 and Ti4600 have been manufactured. But Asus, Gainward, MSI and PNY showed interest in the slower chip.

There will then be two models, one model with 128 MByte and 250/222 MHz chip/memory clock, the other model with only 64 MByte memory but with 250/250 MHz chip/memory clock. While Gainward is interested in the production of the 64 MB version, MSI and PNY were more interested in the 128 MB version with more memory. Asus, however, wants to offer both variants. The price of these models should level off at around 200 to 250 euros. So far you only got a DirectX 7 graphics card of the type GeForce4 MX460. The GeForce4 Ti4200, however, is a real DirectX 8 card with a pixel shader and a double vertex shader.

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