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nforce3 or nforce4

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by opetron, 21 Jan 2005.

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  1. opetron

    opetron Banned

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    is there any real performance difference in these two chipsets
     
  2. Darkside

    Darkside New Member

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    This should really be in the Technical section, perhaps under Hardware and Overclocking.... Defo not in the "For Sale" :eeek:

    Darkside.
     
  3. Tim S

    Tim S OG

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    yes there is.

    Nforce 4 doesn't come close to Nforce 3 if you are using an AGP video card, much like Nforce 3 doesn't come close to Nforce 4 if you are using a PCI-Express video card... :wallbash:
     
  4. bloodcar

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    nf3 doesn't come close to nf3, eh?
     
  5. Tim S

    Tim S OG

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    I don't know what you are on about ;)
     
  6. bloodcar

    bloodcar Active Member

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    lol, ABUSE of teh mod powahs!
     
  7. fivecheebs

    fivecheebs Dont panic!

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    haha ... owned
     
  8. Dodge

    Dodge New Member

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    tut tut... just cus your ill you feel like you can take advantage :grr: j/k

    heh how about if you compare nf2 to nf2
     
  9. Kameleon

    Kameleon is watching you...

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    That's quite enough, ta. A rather pointless thread, especially when you take into account that the answer is very obviously in one of the "Similar Threads" below...
     
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