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Wildcat VP870 vs Quadro4 750 xgl

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11-22-2002 06:52 AM
which is a better graphics card 3Dlab Wildcat VP870 or PNY Quadro4 750 XGL?
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Re: Wildcat VP870 vs Quadro4 750 xgl

11-22-2002 08:43 AM in reply to: ermin
You probably ought to check your AGP slot requirments and compare to your system. I might be mistaken but I think the Wildcat needs the 50 Watt AGP Pro while the Quadro doesn't. - Rich
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Re: Wildcat VP870 vs Quadro4 750 xgl

11-25-2002 02:02 AM in reply to: ermin
Here is an excellent site for benchmarks, and
specifically comparing the Quadro to the Wildcat.

 


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is a better graphics card 3Dlab Wildcat VP870 or PNY Quadro4 750
XGL?
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11-26-2002 03:42 PM in reply to: ermin
November issue of Cadence Magazine has a write-up about these two along with
the ATI Fire GL 8800.

"Ashley Fulks" wrote in message
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Here is an excellent site for benchmarks, and specifically comparing the
Quadro to the Wildcat.

http://www.amazoninternational.com/html/benchmarks/benchmarks_current.asp

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Thanks,

Ashley Fulks
Project Manager
Nisku Computer Solutions Corp.
www.nisku.ca
(780) 955-0255

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which is a better graphics card 3Dlab Wildcat VP870 or PNY Quadro4 750 XGL?
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