SUMA...OH YEAH!

sep

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In the search for my most cost effective Ti4200 I came across the SUMA Ti4200SE 128MB video card. It looks to be the best overclockable 128MB, or maybe even 64MB, that I found. However it doesn?t look like I can purchase them or even get a cost on them for US. So I figured I?d share my findings with you all (you might all ready know about these).

Reviews:
All 3 Ti4200

Articles:
?The Search for SUMA? by Overclockers.com
 

XBoxLPU

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Really wish there was a place in the US to buy a Suma... but looks the Asus Ti4200 at mwave will do ..

 

hans007

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you are probably better off with that asus ti4200 deluxe that uses the ti4600 pcb and 3.6 ns ram clocked at 550mhz
 

XBoxLPU

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Originally posted by: hans007
you are probably better off with that asus ti4200 deluxe that uses the ti4600 pcb and 3.6 ns ram clocked at 550mhz

Looking here, the Ti4200 128mb ram is 3.3NS!

Is the mwave Asus card a deluxe version ? Or know of any place that has the deluxe 4200, 128mb GF4 ?

Looking at newegg's pics, show that newegg's Asus card is not the deluxe version.


 

FrancesBeansRevenge

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The SUMAs have been available here in Australia for some time now. There are a lot of people on the Overclockers.com.au forums that have these cards and the memory regularly overclocks to 700mhz+ levels.
The 64MB version is on a normal Ti4200 PCB.... but the 128MB version is on the Ti4600 8-layer PCB.

http://www.gamedude.com.au/video.html

GeForce4 TI4200 SE SUMA 64meg 3.3ns DDR Ram DVI and TV out $379AU ($204US)
GeForce4 TI4200 SE SUMA 128meg 3.3ns DDR Ram DVI and TV out $449AU ($242US)

You can do a search at the OCAU forums or look in the nVidia forums there and you will find plenty of info/results etc. about the SUMAs.
 

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