View Full Version : GeForce 3 Ti 200

02-05-2002, 06:45 PM
Made by Vision Tech.

Is it any good, and are the prices around $100 I've been hearing about correct?

I want to get one to integrate into my system because I need a graphics card. I've got one, but it's kind of old... only 11mb of memory. :o

BTW, I'm on a 500mhz Celeron processor, Win 98 S.E. with 96 megs of RAM (Soon to be upgraded!).

02-09-2002, 05:38 AM
Go HERE to nvidia (http://www.nvidia.com/view.asp?PAGE=geforce3) to compare the graphics cards and analyze your computer to find out how much of an improvement it will make :)

The Kiwi
09-17-2007, 07:01 PM
This antique thread caught my eye because I just restored an old pre-XP computer to service to run Windows95 and Windows98 games, and I chose that very video card (I think even the very brand) to go with it. The old PC maxed out at 384 MBs of RAM, because I couldn't put my hands on any low density 256 MB SDRAMs for it.

When I was assembling the system, I initially used a Leadtek GF4 Ti-4200 that came to hand first, but it was having its own problems. I'd planned to use a GF2 GTS, but didn't have an HSF that would fit that one, and its old fan had died (the Ti-200 also needed its fan replaced, but I had no major trouble in finding one for it).

It would have been overkill, same as the Ti-4200 would've been, if my GF3 Ti-500 had showed up, but it stayed in hiding. Those GF3s were nice VGA cards back in '02, though! It's got a Duron CPU, but a lot faster one than the OP's Celeron . .

06-10-2008, 07:48 PM
Amazingly enough, so did i.
I love it, it's perfect for old stuff. Powerfull, but not so powerful as to not be compatible with older games.

12-07-2009, 08:39 AM
Haha, just got an email. This is an old thread! Memories :)

12-09-2009, 01:22 AM
The NVIDIA GeForce3™ family of graphics processing units (GPUs) shakes up the gaming industry with unprecedented visual effects and sizzling frame rates—injecting life into the previously artificial world of computer-generated graphics. Powered by the new NVIDIA nfiniteFX™ Engine and Lightspeed Memory Architecture, the GeForce3 Ti 500, GeForce3 Ti 200, and original GeForce3 GPUs enable users to experience a rich environment instead of just looking at it on a computer screen.