Surprisingly, there are no trails of cupeling and a label with a seal: I like it very much. The Gainward’s card has the 4. Secondly, the price gap between 64 MBytes and MBytes cards is quite narrow, that is why it can attract more buyers for GeForce3 Ti products. I’d still take a Leadtek over a PNY though. I previously had the 64 MB version and I noticed quite a difference in the upgrade. As usual, I give you a list of articles related to the GeForce3 family.
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The time now is I already mentioned it examining the card with 64 MBytes memory. Although, considering that the Ti cards are equipped with the chips which don’t not work stably at MHz and, thus, do not suit Tithere is nothing to be surprised at.
It’s black, it can overclock really well, and has a lifetime warrenty. It is, however, a little twitchy with FSB overclocking. Test system and drivers Testbed: Kinda gives you that uber feel, doesn’t it? The tests revealed that such memory size is not needed yet.
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Samsung 4ns memory chips. For estimation of 3D quality we used: Gainward would still be my first pick and the MB of RAM is well worth it for games with large amounts of textures such as Aquanox. I’ve got the gainward GF3 ti 64mb version and I love this thing To start viewing messages, select the forum gaimward you want to visit from the selection below.
All the CDs and the manual are gf into a plastic cover.
But that time I tested not very powerful cards for which such memory was useless. Production of such cards is a pure marketing step. The only advantage is that such cards are not much dearer than 64 MBytes solutions.
The cooler is not efficient, though such cards do not require intensive cooling. The cooler is an all-metal solution which is meant both for GPU and memory.
I like it very much. As usual, I give you a list of articles related to the GeForce3 family.
I previously had the 64 MB version and I noticed quite a difference in the upgrade. Note that only the Leadtek comes with the faster 4ns memory which means that it can gaonward at MHz.
We have proven it in that review, and our 3Digest shows that there are no games able to enable the memory beyond 64 MBytes. Had it running at that speed for bout 4 months now without a problem.
Anyway, some cards in the overclocked mode came close to the Ti Unfortunately, there is no heat-conducting grease between the heatsink and the memory.
Overclocked it right outta the box to what you see in my sig and its awsome, no problems with it yet. The cards differ only in coolers. The complete characteristics of video cards of this and other classes can be found in our 3Digest.
I’d still take a Leadtek over a PNY though.
First of all, we ggf3 tested yet a card from Gainward based on the GeForce3 Tiand secondly it will be a starting point for comparison of MBytes cards with their 64 MBytes brothers. It’s well matched with the card with the golden heatsink!
VSync was off, S3TC was off. The Gainward’s package is traditional. The overclocking results are not the obligatory characteristics of a video card.