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Hello all,i'm upgrading my pc to AMD Athlon 2000+Xp,on an Asus A7V266-E,with 512 DDR and windows XP .My question,for fs2002 should i replace my geforce 3 ti 200 64megs with a geforce4 ti 4200?Would i see an amazing difference?I'm upgrading from an athlon 950mghz with 512 sdRam.ThanksRichard

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Thanks a lot,you just saved me 320$canadian :-) RegardsRichard

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"Hi Richard",Don`t want to start an argument here, since the advice in this forum is brilliant.I have Athon 1.4ghz, I Gig x 133 ram, WinXP & GF3 Ti200 64Mb.However, I was happy with my setup, but wanted more, so I went against advice given in a few of these forums & went out & got a Gainward GF4 Ti4200 64Mb (faster memory than 128) & I`m glad that I did.(GF4 Ti4200=

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>"Hi Richard", >Don`t want to start an argument here, since the advice in >this forum is brilliant. >I have Athon 1.4ghz, I Gig x 133 ram, WinXP & GF3 Ti200 >64Mb. >However, I was happy with my setup, but wanted more, so I >went against advice given in a few of these forums & went >out & got a Gainward GF4 Ti4200 64Mb (faster memory than >128) & I`m glad that I did.(GF4 Ti4200=

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RobDid you try the GF4 without overclocking it? Did overclocking it make any difference?Just wondered...Best regards//Neil

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"Hi Neil",Sorry didn`t reply, been away for couple of days.Yes, I did try the GF4 without overclocking, & to be quite honest, I can`t see any difference !!!!Went from 250/500 to 275/550 using Det29.42 & RivaTuner(lowlevel overclock).Hey Paul, if your "listening", any advice on how much I can overclock or any good sites to check ?"thanks"Rob

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