View Full Version : GeForce 4 Info !
12-24-2001, 12:41 AM
Too many new products, not enough $. I snagged this from a German site but no dates of release were noted.
GeForce4 Ti1000 (High-End) - 128bit memory interface, 128 ÌB DDR SDRAM, Core frequency of 350Mhz, Clock frequency of 350Mhz DDR(700Mhz), AGP 8x
GeForce4 Ti500 (Mainstream) - 128bit memory interface, 128 ÌB DDR SDRAM, Core frequency of 300Mhz, Memory frequency of 300Mhz DDR(600Mhz), AGP 8x
GeForce4 MX Pro (Mass Market) - 128bit memory interface, 64 ÌB DDR SDRAM, Core frequency of 250Mhz, Memory frequency of 300Mhz DDR(600Mhz), AGP 8x
GeForce4 MX (Low-End) - 128bit memory interface, 64 ÌB DDR SDRAM, Core frequency of 250Mhz, Memory frequency of 275Mhz DDR(550Mhz), AGP 8x
12-24-2001, 12:53 AM
Geforce 4 Ti1000,excuse me while I wipe my jism from the screen!!
12-24-2001, 06:32 AM
Bugger - just bought a Force 3 card 4 days ago - drat, drat, drat it!!
Blimey - just noticed the 8x AGP spec!
12-26-2001, 11:56 PM
UPDATE: A Dude from dell known only as "Jim" sent along word that although the OEM cards will be ready for Q3 02, your lookin' at January 03 before you get the GeForce4 Retail. Can't confirm or deny this as of yet. Not Enough coroborating sources atm.
And this from xbitlabs: "First, we would like to point out that T&L unit of GeForce4 will acquire the second vertex shader pipeline. Also all GeForce4 graphics cards will support DVD decoding on the hardware level, support TwinView technology and have two built-in 350Mpixel RAMDACs.
The major advantages of the GeForce4 family over the previous generation chips will be comparatively higher working frequency of the core and greater memory subsystem bandwidth. It will be achieved due to the use of faster graphics memory chips and the core redesign, which nevertheless, will be produced with 0.15micron manufacturing technology."
Check out the whole article here (http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/story.html?id=1009171412)
12-27-2001, 01:01 AM
I WANT ONE NOW:cryol:
01-06-2002, 12:38 AM
According to a news story over at Extremetech (http://www.extremetech.com), NVIDIA is going to announce the new GeForce4 desktop graphics chips family in the first week of February 2002, i.e. on February 5. Since this info corresponds very well to the already available facts mentioned by some other sources, it seems credible. Anyway, there is still a month left before this supposed launching date, so everything may get changed a thousand times still.
Courtesy of xbitlabs (http://www.xbitlabs.com/)
01-09-2002, 12:21 AM
Alright...maybe I can now afford a G3 :)
01-09-2002, 12:38 AM
Probably, but you're too cheap to do it. :lol:
01-09-2002, 12:46 AM
Hehe...after spending 600 hairy clams on my DC...the only video card I can afford would be $99 on one year layaway plan :)
01-10-2002, 02:04 PM
how much is that gorrila going to be? How will Ati counter, or is it to soon. I didn't know if Ati had something brewing.
01-23-2002, 04:37 AM
Go check it out kiddies at vr-zone before the legal minions at nvidia make em pull it, seems they've already paid a visit to xbits (http://www.xbitlabs.com/news/story.html?id=1011575285)
01-23-2002, 07:57 AM
Ia, I agree. Like i said before.. the last time I up graded my card was from a Matrox mystque to a Creative tnt card.. thats what i have now.. Still works. Don't think I will ever give that card up. NOT. I can't wait to get a new one but I can't afford it yet.. Oh Well:sarcastic
Plus I don't know which one to get either.
ATI or Nvidia...HMMMM
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