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4-Way GeForce 4 Ti4200 Shootout

With the latest batch of GeForce4 Ti4200 based cards still selling like hotcakes, how is a poor working stiff supposed to know which one to choose? Come join Cameron "Sov" Johnson as he tries to help you in this decision by taking a look at four GeForce4 Ti4200 video cards. All have their good points, but some showed a bit more promise. Let's see if we can help you choose a winner the first time!
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Published Tue, Aug 6 2002 11:00 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Apr 7 2020 12:25 PM CDT
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4-Way Shootout - Introduction

IntroductionnVidia have been one of, if not THE most powerful 3D video processor makers in the history of the PC. They started their reign back when AGP was in its early stages of 1x transfer rates.nVidia's first compilation was the Riva128 video card. This was the first fully 3D video processor capable of removing some very important instruction sets away from the CPU, making video rendering much more reliable and faster. At the time, S3, Intel and 3dfx were waging their own battles on the 3D front. S3 introduced its Savage 3D, the most powerful AGP video accelerator of its time. Intel brought out the i740, the first 8MB 3D graphics adapter, while 3dfx came out with the Voodoo series. All of this put the 4MB Riva out of contention.nVidia upped the ante by taking the same Riva128 engine and increasing the video memory buffer to 8MB to take on the other giants. While short lived at the top, 3dfx introduced the Voodoo 2 3D Accelerator which pushed all other 3D makers to the bottom of the list.nVidia's first attempt to challenge 3dfx was the Riva TNT. This was the first 128-bit 3D Graphics engine capable of independent Direct3D and OpenGL operations without any CPU cycles for decode. Supporting up to 16MB of memory, the TNT was still not able to knock the 3dfx Voodoo 2 off the top of the 3D table. Taking this into consideration, nVidia took the greatest points of the TNT engine and doubled them. This was the first we saw of nVidia's new 3D engine, the TNT2. This redesigned TNT was able to support up to 32MB of video memory and even at 16MB was able to totally destroy the 3dfx Voodoo 2. This was the last time nVidia had any serious competition. S3 made a gallant attempt with the Savage4 chipset, but ran into so many problems the chip never really made it off the ground.After the TNT series, nVidia introduced to us the GeForce line of video cards, and today we are up to the 4th generation of GeForce card. Each new generation has added new steps and features to our great gaming experience and the 4th generation is no exception.Today we are looking at four video cards based on nVidia's Ti4200 GeForce 4 GPU to see just how good this baby really is.

4-Way Shootout - Specifications Part 1

ASUS V8420 Specifications- Chipset Features The nVidia nfiniteFX™ II Engine enables a virtually infinite number of special effects that deliver the next leap in realism to 3D graphics Dual programmable Vertex Shaders Advanced programmable Pixel Shaders nVidia Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ II nVidia Accuview™ Antialiasing 3D Textures Shadow Buffers 4 dual-rendering pipelines 8 texels per clock cycle Dual cube environment mapping 128MB high-speed DDR RAM memory High-Definition Video Processor (HDVP) AGP 4X with Fast Writes AGP 4X / 2X and AGP Texturing support 32-bit color with 32-bit Z/stencil buffer Z-correct true, reflective bump mapping High-performance 2D rendering engine Hardware accelerated real-time shadows True-color hardware cursor Integrated hardware transform engine Integrated hardware lighting engine High-quality HDTV/DVD playback TV-Out and Video Modules Multibuffering (double, triple, quad) for smooth animation and video playback Microsoft DirectX and S3TC texture compression nVidia Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)- Compatibility Complete Linux drivers, including full OpenGL Microsoft DirectX optimizations and support Complete OpenGL 1.3 and OpenGL support WHQL-certified Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 display drivers Microsoft DirectDraw, Direct3D, Support operation system under Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Linux compatible API support OpenGL 1.3 and lower Microsoft DirectX 8.1 and lowerAlbatron Ti4200-P Specifications- Chipset Features The nVidia nfiniteFX™ II Engine enables a virtually infinite number of special effects that deliver the next leap in realism to 3D graphics Dual programmable Vertex Shaders Advanced programmable Pixel Shaders nVidia Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ II nVidia Accuview™ Antialiasing 3D Textures Shadow Buffers 4 dual-rendering pipelines 8 texels per clock cycle Dual cube environment mapping 128MB high-speed DDR RAM memory High-Definition Video Processor (HDVP) AGP 4X with Fast Writes AGP 4X / 2X and AGP Texturing support 32-bit color with 32-bit Z/stencil buffer Z-correct true, reflective bump mapping High-performance 2D rendering engine Hardware accelerated real-time shadows True-color hardware cursor Integrated hardware transform engine Integrated hardware lighting engine High-quality HDTV/DVD playback TV-Out and Video Modules Multibuffering (double, triple, quad) for smooth animation and video playback Microsoft DirectX and S3TC texture compression nVidia Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)- Compatibility Complete Linux drivers, including full OpenGL Microsoft DirectX optimizations and support Complete OpenGL 1.3 and OpenGL support WHQL-certified Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 display drivers Microsoft DirectDraw, Direct3D, Support operation system under Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Linux compatible API support OpenGL 1.3 and lower Microsoft DirectX 8.1 and lowerAs you can see very little in difference between the ASUS and Albatron in the way of specifications.

4-Way Shootout - Specifications Part 2

Chaintech A-GT21 Specifications- Chipset Features The nVidia nfiniteFX™ II Engine enables a virtually infinite number of special effects that deliver the next leap in realism to 3D graphics Dual programmable Vertex Shaders Advanced programmable Pixel Shaders nVidia Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ II nVidia Accuview™ Antialiasing 3D Textures Shadow Buffers 4 dual-rendering pipelines 8 texels per clock cycle Dual cube environment mapping 128MB high-speed DDR RAM memory High-Definition Video Processor (HDVP) AGP 4X with Fast Writes AGP 4X / 2X and AGP Texturing support 32-bit color with 32-bit Z/stencil buffer Z-correct true, reflective bump mapping High-performance 2D rendering engine Hardware accelerated real-time shadows True-color hardware cursor Integrated hardware transform engine Integrated hardware lighting engine High-quality HDTV/DVD playback TV-Out and Video Modules Multibuffering (double, triple, quad) for smooth animation and video playback Microsoft DirectX and S3TC texture compression nVidia Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)- Compatibility Complete Linux drivers, including full OpenGL Microsoft DirectX optimizations and support Complete OpenGL 1.3 and OpenGL support WHQL-certified Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 display drivers Microsoft DirectDraw, Direct3D, Support operation system under Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Linux compatible API support OpenGL 1.3 and lower Microsoft DirectX 8.1 and lowerLeadtek A250LE Specifications- Chipset Features The nVidia nfiniteFX™ II Engine enables a virtually infinite number of special effects that deliver the next leap in realism to 3D graphics Dual programmable Vertex Shaders Advanced programmable Pixel Shaders nVidia Lightspeed Memory Architecture™ II nVidia Accuview™ Antialiasing 3D Textures Shadow Buffers 4 dual-rendering pipelines 8 texels per clock cycle Dual cube environment mapping 64MB high-speed DDR RAM memory High-Definition Video Processor (HDVP) AGP 4X with Fast Writes AGP 4X / 2X and AGP Texturing support 32-bit color with 32-bit Z/stencil buffer Z-correct true, reflective bump mapping High-performance 2D rendering engine Hardware accelerated real-time shadows True-color hardware cursor Integrated hardware transform engine Integrated hardware lighting engine High-quality HDTV/DVD playback TV-Out and Video Modules Multibuffering (double, triple, quad) for smooth animation and video playback Microsoft DirectX and S3TC texture compression nVidia Unified Driver Architecture (UDA)- Compatibility Complete Linux drivers, including full OpenGL Microsoft DirectX optimizations and support Complete OpenGL 1.3 and OpenGL support WHQL-certified Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 display drivers Microsoft DirectDraw, Direct3D, Support operation system under Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95 Linux compatible API support OpenGL 1.3 and lower Microsoft DirectX 8.1 and lowerthe Leadtek A250LE and the Chaintech A-GT21 are almost identical in specs, only the Chaintech has more memory (64MB more).

4-Way Shootout - ASUS V8420 Features

ASUS V8420 FeaturesKindly loaned to us by Achieva in Australia, we are fortunate enough to be able to give you some lovely pictures of the ASUS V8420, the Ti4200 feature king.Packaging and Contents
The packaging from ASUS is always eye catching. ASUS has used the same style that has sold a bundle for them in the past. The box conveys all the relevant information that the V8420 supports and is supplied with.
Once unpacked, there isn't a huge amount of extra packets in there but everything that you need is right there for you. You get the Card (always important), user manual that is the same for all 6 Ti GF4 cards that ASUS currently make which is very well laid out and detailed with enough information to get just about everyone up and running with their new baby. There is a DVI to CRT/DVI adapter, TV in and out adapter board, stereo 3D glasses and a software bundle. The ASUS software bundle gives you two full games (Aquanox and Midnight GT/Rage Rally) and two Demo CD's with over six game demos on them for you to try. You also get ASUS' standard DVD software CD with the drivers for the video card. These drivers are somewhat out of date by the time you get them, so don't worry, the nVidia Detonator XP's work perfect on this card.The Card
The card itself from ASUS is the largest Ti4200 card we have seen. nVidia specs only require a PCB the size of the original GF3 video card, but ASUS has decided to use the same PCB as the Ti4400 and 4600 cards they produce. In fact, this card is basically a 4600 with 4200 core and memory. This can produce a very large problem for motherboards with DIMM and IDE connectors close to the AGP slot. Some boards won't accept this card at all. Another down side to this is that the large amount of wasted PCB space increases the cost the consumer quite a bit.Cooling the GPU
ASUS has decided to throw away the nVidia recommended heatsink and go with something a little more flashy. The Orb-style heatsink ASUS uses is gold colored and smaller than the reference heatsink but does just as good, if not better job as the reference heatsinks.Memory
Unlike most Ti4200 cards, ASUS chooses to do away with the Samsung 4ns TSOP modules and have elected to go with Samsung's 3.3ns TinyBGA modules. The simple reason is that they require less PCB space (though ASUS didn't take this into consideration), they use less voltage and run much cooler than TSOP memory. Using eight modules (four on the front, four on the back) you get a total of 128MB of DDR SDRAM running 445MHz.TV In and Out - Phillips chosen again
In the past, video cards based on nVidia video chipsets were forced to use substandard TV in and out chips that really were no good for anything but displaying windows on the TV (ok at first its a novelty, but for DVD playback it is a nightmare). With the Ti GF4's, Phillips has been chosen for TV in and out simply because they have the best compatibility and all around quality. Sigma Designs' video encoder chip is the same chip used in Hollywood Plus DVD decoders and the new MPEG-4 decoders so you are guaranteed the best TV experience.The TV Connections - Not your ordinary cable connection
Normally when we have TV in and out on a video card, we just get a simple dual S-Video splitter cable with S-Video to RCA converter. ASUS has decided to go the full wash with their Ti4200 and included the ASUS Multimedia Box. This box comes with the S-Video and RCA in and out connectors in one neat package that can be placed away from the PC (up to two feet away) so you don't need to have the PC right next to the TV for the cables to reach.Three monitors supported, but only Dual Display
The DVI to CRT converter supplied with the ASUS V8420 card is somewhat different than any other we have seen before. This connector allows you to connect a CRT and a DVI at the same time to the one DVI port. This allows you to run two monitors off the DVI port and one off the normal CRT port. However, the image sent to the DVI port is synchronous so what shows up on the DVI monitor will show up on the CRT monitor on the DVI port. So two monitors will have the same picture while the 3rd will be totally different. One drawback but it is close to three head technology.3D Glasses - Headache Material
ASUS first introduced their 3D glasses back in the TNT2 days. These glasses created the old 3D effects that the images are jumping out of the monitor towards you. Great for Quake III Arena or even Jedi Knight 2 (love those light sabers coming out at you), but any more than 20 minutes exposure caused me to have massive headaches. So be careful; use for 10 minutes at a time then take a 5 minute break.

4-Way Shootout - Albatron Ti4200-P Features

Albatron Ti4200-P FeaturesKindly loaned to us by Albatron in TW, we are fortunate enough to be able to give you some lovely pictures of the Albatron Value Fleet.Packaging and Contents
The packaging from Albatron is rather plain to the eye. Very little information or eye catching detail has been added to the box so it is quite easy to dismiss the card straight away.
Once unpacked, there isn't a huge amount of extra packets in there. Containing only four CD's (two application and two games), Cables for TV out, card and manual. You don't really get a huge amount, but this is OK since Albatron's card is the cheapest of the range we have. As mentioned, you get the Card (always important), user manual that contains only the basics on the card (very little in the way of instructions and TV in and out adapter cables). Albatron doesn't supply any DVI to CRT converter with this package, so if two CRT monitors is what you want, you will need to go out and purchase a separate converter.On the software side you get the Utility CD which comes with drivers, overclocking utility and online user manual. CD #2 is WinDVD for Software DVD playback (excellent program I must add). CD #3 is Serious Sam, one of the all time great 3D games and Motocross Mania. Just a good bike game really, nothing spectacular about it.The Card
The card is based in design around the nVidia reference design. Small and compact, this card takes up about the same amount of space as a GF3 Ti200 card does. Being the smallest card does give it a price advantage over all the others available.Cooling the GPU
Like ASUS, Albatron has decided to throw away the nVidia recommended heatsink and go with something a little more flashy. The Orb-style heatsink is almost identical to the ASUS one and gives identical cooling properties. Being quieter and smaller than the reference heatsink, it does a better job than the reference heatsinks.Memory
Like just about all 128MB Ti4200 cards, the Albatron uses Samsung 4ns modules running at 444MHz. nVidia's specs don't call for any special cooling for the memory at this speed so to reduce costs, Albatron has just left them bare. At full operation they get warm but not hot.TV In and Out - Phillips chosen again
While the GF4 Ti4200 does support linking to the Phillips TV chips, to reduce costs Albatron has gone with the Conixant TV encoder chip. This chip provides basic TV output and really is not very good for DVD playback, as we have seen in the past.

4-Way Shootout - Chaintech A-GT21 Features

Chaintech A-GT21 FeaturesThe Chaintech A-GT21 was kindly loaned to us by Chaintech in Taiwan. You can find these cards in Australia through Protac and many other distributors.Packaging and Contents
Packaging on the Chaintech A-GT21 was reasonably eye catching. A window on the front of the box allows you to see the card itself with all its great colored cooling onboard. On the back, great information on the cards features, specifications and package contents.
Once unpacked, you will see very little in the way of goodies, but believe me they are there packed away in some very nice boxes. You get the card (well it wouldn't be worth your money if you didn't get one), Dual Split S-video connector, DVI to CRT converter and a software bundle inside a DVD video style looking case.The Card
The card itself if pure eye candy. Colored with gold plated heatsinks on the GPU and memory, this is the most stunning looking video card I have come across to date. With 128MB of onboard memory clocked at 450MHz, this card is set as the fastest Ti4200 128MB so far. Designed around the same size as the reference Ti4200, cost has been saved on PCB space. In all it is just about 2cm longer than the Albatron card.Cooling
Chaintech has decided to use the Wind Tunnel reference heatsink for the A-GT21, but with a slight difference; its gold plated in color. This makes the card look much more attractive than most others out. Gold sinks have been placed on the memory on the front and smaller ones on the back to cool the 4ns Samsung memory that is used to give a total of 128MB DDR SDRAM.TV in and Out - Phillips again
Like the ASUS V8420 and many other Ti4200 video cards, Chaintech has gone all out for the TV and video system. Phillips TV decoder/encoder chip along with the Sigma Designs TV Transfer chip ensures you the best possible TV quality. While still not up to ATI's standards, it is a huge improvement on past TV systems on nVidia cards.DVI to CRT converter
Want to run two CRT monitors on your Chaintech masterpiece straight out of the box? No worries! This baby is supplied with a DVI to CRT converter for your Dual Display needs.

4-Way Shootout - Leadtek A250LE Features

Leadtek A250LE FeaturesKindly donated to us by Rectron in Australia, we are fortunate enough to have the Leadtek A250LE on hand for our roundup. Thanks guys.Package and Contents
Leadtek's packaging for their entire GF4 range is pretty similar. Only the name on the front of the box changes to reflect the product inside. Coloring, dimensions and information are basically all the same (generic GF4 info, nothing spectacular about the card itself).
After unpacking the goods, you do get quite a bit from the Leadtek package. Four games are included as well as four applications and drivers. Card, very well documented manual, TV in and out board and cables for TV connection, but disappointingly no DVI to CRT converter.The Card
Size-wise, the Leadtek A250LE is identical to the nVidia reference specifications to reduce PCB space. Memory modules are located front and back, Ti4200 GPU exactly where it should be and pins for heatsink replacement are perfectly positioned.Cooling the GPU and Memory
One thing that Leadtek are good for is making sure their products are cooled well. The Leadtek Ti4600 was the most radically cooled 4600 card I have ever seen and this concept has continued with the 4200. An extremely large and heavy heatsink is added to the front of the card to keep the GPU and front memory modules cooled. On the back, a very large plate is used to keep the ram at the back cooled and does so very effectively. The Heatsink is a two piece unit that comes away very easily so we were able to get some pictures of the memory for you.Memory
With the heatsinks removed we get a look at the memory modules. Rather than the normal 3.6 or 3.8ns modules used for the rest of the Ti4200 64MB cards, this one uses Hynic 4ns memory clocked at 500MHz. No wonder it needs a heatsink. While it is overclocked, it doesn't show any stability issues with this very good cooling effort by Leadtek.Video System - Again its Phillips
Phillips must be making a bundle. Just about anyone who wants to have good quality TV for nVidia is using them today and Leadtek is no different.

4-Way Shootout - Test Setup/3DMark2001/Vulpine

BenchmarksTest SystemProcessor: Intel Pentium 4 2.4B GHz (Northwood - supplied by Spectrum Communications)Memory: 2x 256MB DDR-333 Kingmax (512MB - supplied by Kingmax)Motherboard: EPoX 4G4A+ (Supplied by EPoX)Hard Disk: Seagate Barracuda ATA-3 UDMA 100 7200RPM (Purchased from Achieva)Drivers: nVidia Detonator v30.30Software Used: 3DMark2001, Vulpine GLMark, Quake III Arena, Aquanox, DroneZmark, Max Payne, Comanche 4, Star Trek Voyager Elite Force, Jedi Knight II.3DMark2001 SE3DMark2001 SE is the latest installment in the popular 3DMark series. By combining DirectX 8.1 support with completely new graphics (including the GeForce4), it continues to provide benchmark results that empower you to make informed hardware assessments. Build 330 adds support for video cards that have Vertex Shaders but no Pixel Shaders, such as the SiS Xabre Video card.
At lower resolutions, the extra speed of the 64MB memory in the Leadtek card gives it the advantage.Vulpine GLMarkVulpine GLMark is a Synthetic OpenGL test program. Similar to 3DMark in its own sense, this program is designed to test the synthetic abilities of the OpenGL systems of a 3D card and PC system.
Vulpine isn't as 3D Intense as most of today's new benchmarks and is really unable to determine the difference between the 128MB cards and the 64MB card.

4-Way Shootout - Benchmarks - OpenGL

OpenGL Gaming BenchmarksQuake III ArenaQuake III Arena is a real-world OpenGL benchmark that we have been using here at TweakTown for quite a while now because it has proven itself to be one of the best gaming benchmarks around to compare a wide range of different products. Quake III is getting very old, but is still the best way of testing video and PC systems for any instabilities and best performance.
Running the system at the lower resolutions we see the 128MB cards (led by the Chaintech Apogee) able to hold down the fort with the most impressive scores. The Leadtek comes in 2nd with the Albatron a very close 3rd and ASUS taking up the rear of the units.Star Trek VoyagerStar Trek Voyager is another real-world OpenGL benchmark. Based on the Quake III Arena engine, this game is an OpenGL master utilizing DirectX 8. We also apply the new Opt3D patch to allow for the use of Hardware T&L as well as new optimizations for AMD Athlon XP and Pentium 4 SSE2.
Being based around the Quake III engine, we see Voyager do the same trend as the Quake III results. At lower resolutions 128MB works a treat more, when pushing over 1280 you need more memory speed, and the 64MB Leadtek memory is clocked 50MHz faster.Jedi Knight IIJedi Knight II, Jedi Outcast is a newly released OpenGL game that many have been waiting for. It has greatly improved graphics over its predecessor and it fully supports advanced shaders, as well as very high texture resolutions and effects. There is one demo included in the multi-player section that is good for benchmarking use. In order to enable the benchmarking mode, you have to make a shortcut to the jk2mp.exe program located in the GameData folder of Jedi Knight II. You have to put the switch "+set sv_cheats1" (no quotes) at the end of the line in the Target Area so that it looks like this: C:\Star Wars JK II Jedi Outcast\GameData\jk2mp.exe" +set sv_cheats 1. The demo file used is jk2ffa.
Jedi Knight II crunches a lot more 3D textures than Quake III or Star Trek Voyager. This is an instance in which the most memory helps win the day.

4-Way Shootout - Benchmarks - Direct3D

Direct3D Gaming BenchmarksMax PayneMax Payne is a new generation DirectX 7/8 game. This game is based on Hardware T&L advancements as well as many other features of the Intel Pentium 4 and Athlon XP.
Max Payne is more 3D intense than Quake III or Star Trek Voyager. So slipping it into high gear shows a bigger gap than we expected between the 128MB cards and the 64MB Leadtek.AquanoxAquanox is one of the latest installments to our benchmark software. This game is based heavily on DirectX 8 and 8.1 advancements and is designed to stress video cards to their ultimate limit, in all the best D3D benchmark to date.
Aquanox is a great 3D test benchmark and shows just how heavy it is on the graphics of a PC. Leadtek is able to pull 15 FPS away at our maximum resolution to give it a clear victory.DroneZmarkDroneZmark is based on the popular DroneZ game engine. DroneZmark incorporates a looping demo and execution engine to test your system performance.
DroneZmark isn't as heavy on the memory and it shows with the Leadtek losing out of 1st place.Comanche 4Comanche 4 is our newest benchmark. Based on a very addictive helicopter game, Comanche 4 also makes a great 3D accelerator test program.
This is the first time I have used Comanche 4 and I must say that it is a very impressive game and I love the graphics. Comanche is a mix between the high crunching 3D and memory intense. 128MB and 64MB score just about equal.

4-Way Shootout - Overclocking and Conclusion

OverclockingOverclocking on all the cards was done with the Detonator XP 30.30 drivers and the Coolbits registry edit key. This allows core and memory frequency control from within the Detonator drivers.The Chaintech card was a remarkable overclocker, scoring a 302MHz max on the core and 610 on the memory. This brings it over a Ti4400 level and approaching on the Ti4600 speeds.ASUS was next with a somewhat slower 285MHz core but a remarkable 645MHz on the memory, showing that BGA is more overclockable than TSOP, even without RAM sinksAlbatron came in tied with the Leadtek. Both cards managed to do 275MHz core and 560MHz memory. For Albatron this is a good leap considering the memory runs 444MHz default. Leadtek is a slight disappointment since the memory speed is already overclocked at 500MHz.ConclusionWe have seen that the Ti4200 video card is a great budget keeper if you want the extra power of the true GeForce 4 engine without going and buying pure speed. The Ti4200 core is a basic replica of the Ti4400 so you should be able to run it at Ti4400 speeds (any card) straight out of the box without any worries. How much further you go is up to you.Taking out the 1st place award is Chaintech with a very impressive benchmark and overclock results. 2nd place is given to Leadtek for a very good budget keeper and great all round performance while 3rd surprisingly is Albatron. Though new to the market, they came in with a winner. Taking the wooden spoon home is ASUS. Good overclocking and performance, but too heavy on price.

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