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Old 22nd January 2003, 19:38   #1
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Default 9500 > 9700 softmod

It works, 35% increase in default 3D mark run.

Connect 3D 9500 128mb (180 @loveno)
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9500 unmodded, stock: 10400

9500 >9700 softmod, stock:13750

9500 >9700 PRO 325/310: 14780
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omg, why even bother buying a 9700?
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Old 22nd January 2003, 22:07   #4
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omg, why even bother buying a 9700?
~33% chance that one of the 4 disables pipelines is broken.

But still, 66% chance you get a 9700 for 180 is worth concidering.

After a little tweaking:
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your Ti4200 has a worthy sucessor, is it RMA'd yet?
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No, i can't seem to find the receipt. :/

I encountered it somewhere a month ago, so i'm still hoping to find it...
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give up the search, I've seen your place
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Old 23rd January 2003, 00:34   #8
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great Richbastard

I was doubting about it becaus it is connect 3D

now I can be sure

I by a new card Great Great
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artikel online!

@jmke: can you correct the date? It says 2002-00-00 for some reason. :/
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Default Connect3D 9500 128Mb: 9700 Pro performance for <200?

http://www.madshrimps.be/gotoartik.php?articID=48

The 9700 (Pro) has proven to be the best performing 3D card for the past half year. However, not every PC enthousiast is willing to spend 400 on a 3D card. Until now the best bang for the buck card in the 150-200 range was the Nvidia GF4 Ti4200, but ATI wanted a piece of that pie too so they released the cheaper 9500 / 9500 Pro.

Is ATI about to dethrone Nvidia in de sub 200 market? Read on...


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