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Not enough components for videocards!

Discussão em 'Novidades Hardware PC' iniciada por WarLock, 23 de Junho de 2002. (Respostas: 9; Visualizações: 872)

  1. WarLock

    WarLock Power Member

    Since GeForce4 Ti4200 prices slipped towards $140 for 64 MB version and $160 for 128 MB, the demand has skyrocketed. As the Ti4200 is the slowest chip in the whole GeForce4 Ti line, NVidia can supply them in very large quantities, though, videocard manufacturers currently have a tight supply of related passive components, such as DDR SDRAM memory.

    According to Taiwanese videoadapter makers, GeForce4 Ti4200 currently account about 60% of all the videoboards based on GeForce4 Ti GPU. Manufacturers said that the recent tight supply is mainly because the specifications of components used in the GeForce4 Ti 4200 cards are different from those in GeForce4 Ti 4400 and 4600 products, as we know, TSOP and sometimes LQFP memory is maintained on the GeForce4 Ti powered adapters, while BGA memory is used on Ti 4400 and Ti 4600 models.

    The insufficient supply of memory has already caused Leadtek to use EltronTech memory instead of Hynix for their GeForce4 Ti4200 videocards.

    Since all the manufacturers of videoboards turn to high-end products in order to avoid competition between low-end videocards and motherboards on i845G with integrated videoadapter, we assume that those makers will firstly turn to GeForce4 Ti4200 and RADEON 8500 (and RV250) boards. As a result, tight supply of certain components can continue. Fortunately, some videocard manufacturers assure us that they will solve all the problems until the end of July.

    We should mention that Hynix memory is used on ATI RADEON 8500 powered boards as well, as a result, due to the lack of memory chips, ATI Technologies` partners can also declare the shortage of components in the coming weeks.

    We remember that SUMA and Gainward used GeForce4 Ti4600 design for their GeForce4 Ti4200 products, we can also mention some ATI`s partners who use BGA memory on RADEON 8500LE boards. It seems that those companies are quite right now and they are going to sell a huge number of their boards if no one else will be able to supply enough cheaper products. How long it can last, though?
     
  2. SoundSurfer

    SoundSurfer Power Member

    heheh

    Se não andassem a fazer placas de 128 Mb... (compensa??) já nao tinha estes probs.
     
  3. Morpheus

    Morpheus Banido

    o k eu tou a ver é k os preços das placas ainda vão mas é subir!!! tamos lixados ... agora k os zé tugas ainda estavam a juntar guita para a 4200 e afins é k elas vão subir ... é bem !!!
     
  4. hmf

    hmf Power Member

    Eu quero mas é uma ti 4200 por 140$ (150-160 euros) ..., se me disserem onde as vou buscar cá em pt agradecia ....

    Talvez quando sairem as GF5 e companhia :confused: :confused:
     
  5. ToTTenTranz

    ToTTenTranz Power Member



    lamento dizer-te isto hmf mas... AS GEFORCE 5 NUNCA IRÃO SAIR!!!! WHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA






    er.. digo isto porque a nvidia já disse que a próxima geração de placas gráficas deles não vai adoptar o nome geforce :P
     
  6. hmf

    hmf Power Member

    Só uma pergunta?, acho que tu intendeste bem o que eu queria dizer, não ?, lá por não se ir chamar geforce 5 conseguiste perceber né ? WHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA

    PS: acho que o WHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAAA era prefeitamente escusado ....
     
  7. ToTTenTranz

    ToTTenTranz Power Member

    WHAHAHAHAHAHAHA NÃO PERCEBESTE QUE EU TAVA NA TANGA CONTIGO!!!!!!



    WHAAAAHAHAHAHA


    tás a ver como nos desenhos animados quando os mauões fazem aquele riso estúpido? pronto o whahaha era desse estilo
     
  8. WarLock

    WarLock Power Member

    como se chamara a proxima geração ?!?!
     
  9. Zealot

    Zealot I quit My Job for Folding

    :-D :-D :-D :-D
     
  10. hmf

    hmf Power Member

    Desculpa então se levas-te a mal ..., mas eu não vejo desenhos animados ...
     

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