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    Upgrading from a Ti4400

    Tax return time and I am thinking about upgrading my Ti4400 to something better. My price range is about 100-150. Any tips? I have been out of the loop for a few years so I have no clue as to what is going on. It must be AGP though.

    Thanks!

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    Re: Upgrading from a Ti4400

    This is your best bet here.

    If you want to spend a little more than go with the GT version of this card.
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    Re: Upgrading from a Ti4400

    I agree, nice upgrade for a inexpensive price.
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    Re: Upgrading from a Ti4400

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814143046

    With the rebate above, you'll pay $159 and get a much much better card than the others that were suggested and play most current games. If you plan on keeping your system for a while longer, it might be worth it. But you might want to explore a place like newegg and see what's there in your price range. You might catch a good sale.

    BTW, I had a 4400Ti. First really good card I ever owned, bought in 2002. I had to replace the fan on it. It's still running quite well on a system I donated to my son's school.

    Good luck.

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    Re: Upgrading from a Ti4400

    what psu do u have in there? the 7800 is more hog than 7600..not worth the mula tough.. since you are switching you will see a humongous improvment with either.
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    Re: Upgrading from a Ti4400

    Quote Originally Posted by _dangtx_ View Post
    what psu do u have in there? the 7800 is more hog than 7600..not worth the mula tough.. since you are switching you will see a humongous improvment with either.
    dan
    You're probably right Dan. But I would go with the 7600gt vs the gs.
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