View Full Version : Des anyone Know the difference between a Ti4800 and a TI4800SE
Vash T Stampede
06-19-2003, 08:13 AM
I've seen both somewhere but the SE is cheaper then the 4800...
what's the major difference? performance?
should I get one?
06-19-2003, 11:50 AM
Really good question, indeed. Even me getting confused with all the names for the GF4 Ti now, sometimes they mix it up with the AGP 8x in the name. So the core of the GF 4 Ti series is allways the same, no major differences here, itīs really bad that most of the stores donīt have an explanation what kinda chip is on their cards, would be much easier to identify the card. In reference to the old naming scheme cards with 275 MHz core clock are on the same level as the GF 4 Ti 4400, since nvidia decided to pull of the GF 4 Ti 4600 chips and reduce products to 4200 and 4400 the 4800 (SE) is on par with a GF 4 Ti 4400, but more important then should be the memory class. I suggest you should go for BGA memory with timing of no more than 4 ns, which would be 550 MHz for the memory chips I think, but not 100% sure, could be even 3,6 ns but doesnīt matter if it says 550 MHz.
gf4800 = gf4600 with agp 8x
gf4800SE = gf4400 with agp 8x
get the 4800! it's much better!
Vash T Stampede
06-19-2003, 12:51 PM
Okay thnx.. one step closer..
The T4800 (regular) is a bit out of my price league..
so what would be the better choice?
or the Ti4800SE
06-19-2003, 04:24 PM
k, sorry to be blunt.. but who cares about 8x AGP.. it's nothing. There is like a 0.29812058184729492% performance difference between the 4x and the 8x.
Sorry, now to answer your question. If the 4800SE is equivalent to a 4400. Than most definitly the 4800SE is faster than a 4200.
yep vandal is right, 4800se is faster then the ti4200
01-15-2006, 10:00 AM
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