View Full Version : Which card would you say is better...
April 15th, 2001, 19:01
I've got both, and don't know which to put into the second computer... :eyes:
April 16th, 2001, 09:34
I always thought the TNT2 64 had 64Mb, but I guess that doesn't make sense because my TNT2 ultra has 32Mb.
I guess my vote is for the TNT2, but I have no idea what the other card is like so I'm not really voting.
April 16th, 2001, 10:04
The ATi rage 128 GL is comparable with the TNT1-Cards.
TNT2-Cards are better anyway ;)
April 16th, 2001, 16:59
My brother had an ATI rage card in his computer.
It sucks, don't even think about it.
TNT-2 is pretty good though (if ye haven't got any better;) )
April 16th, 2001, 19:40
The TNT2 M64 is severely bandwidth-limited, worse than a vanillla TNT2, or a TNT2 Ultra.
It's performance is still better than the Rage, however.
April 17th, 2001, 01:03
thanks for the responses guys. the tnt2 m64 was the one i put in, but i just wanted to be sure. thanx again.
April 18th, 2001, 04:56
if you want my opinion the ati rage 128 is a 128 bit card (processor is 128 bits of band width but the tnt2 is 64 bit width so i think that the ati must be more powerful than the tnt2 at least a little bit .
April 18th, 2001, 16:45
i have the ati rage 128 but with 32 Mb of ram
It runs just fine although if i had the money, i would have gotten a geforce2 or some other high end card.
I have never seen a tnt2 64 running so i have no comparison
although since you have both, the best way to find out is to test them both and see wich one runs better
April 18th, 2001, 17:04
Why dont you benchmark your system with both cards (one at a time) with 3dMark2000? This will give you a performance benchmark and you can also see the picture quality of each as compared to a reference image.
April 20th, 2001, 09:05
Yeah that's a good idea... try using Matrox-G100 (4Mb) with the 2000 version...
aaaah! nice transpatterny! nice speed! AAAAARRRRGGHH! :mad:
April 21st, 2001, 14:25
good idea, i think i'll try it out.
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