The 9000 doesn't, the 9500 Pro most definitely does though. It's a fairly easy choice to make; the 9500 Pro is about Ti4600 speed overall and substantially faster when using FSAA and anisotropic filtering.
On that rig I'd guess 7000-7500 3DMarks, max at default settings.
Originally posted by wonderinguy34 First off ,I want your budget
Yeah, I wouldn't call a Ti4200 or 9500Pro "budget" cards. Those are some of the fastest cards on the market.. Wish I had the cash for a 9500Pro as well as the four hard drives I need but I can't afford either..
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