Haha yall are funny, ATI has higher speeds thatn Nvidia with better cards, how can you say ATI has not reached Nvidias lvl?? Haha does ATI need to drop to reach Nvidias lvl?? :lol:
Well, this is from "TomsHardware.com". I am disapointed with the results. This is from last month and I wonder why they used the TI4200. I suppose they compared to a decent card that people might be upgrading from.... and to.
Compared against its predecessor, the GeForce4 Ti4200, the FX 5600 Ultra scores points only with FSAA and anisotropic filtering. In the standard tests, the card is clearly behind most of the time. For those who own a GeForce4 Ti4200 and are considering an upgrade, you're only going to get limited satisfaction out of the FX 5600 Ultra. A 9500 PRO is the better choice here, because of its gains in FSAA/ anisotropic as well as raw performance. You can also expect the same to be true for the 9600 PRO. Another surprising aspect is the FX 5600U's poor vertex shader performance in 3D Mark 2001/ 2003. The results of the pixel shader test are not terribly impressive, either.
The Nvidia gods are not smiling.:fistpunch:
[COLOR=burlywood]Looks like they used a Ti4200 because the ATI he compared it to was a 9500. It's pretty much the same drop from Ti4600 - Ti4200 & 9700 - 9500. Besides, if the FX can only barely outperform the Ti4200, it would've been really sad to compare it to the Ti4600 wouldn't you say? Heh.[/COLOR]
i might get a 9500 or 9700 or the ALL MIGHTY 9800!!!
9500 Pro here loooooove it :agreed:
Originally posted by LedZep I bought an ATI Radeon 9500 Pro about umm a month ago. I upgraded from my ATI 128 Rage Fury Pro, love the card :agreed: :cya:
*kiss* *hug* *kiss* *hug* Thats the only reason i love you is becasue u love ATI!!!!!!!! :love: me and ati :love:
Originally posted by I'm Uber L337 *kiss* *hug* *kiss* *hug* Thats the only reason i love you is becasue u love ATI!!!!!!!! :love: me and ati :love: