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I've narrowed it down to the MSI RX9800 and the >Saphire 9800 Pro.>>I have eard bad things about the MSI card.>>What is the best card bang for buck? Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. AMD Athlon 3200XP ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 512 Dual-Channel DDR Reply Reply With Quote 05-10-2004,06:20 AM #4 poppachocks1 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Senior Member Join Date Mar My guess is to expect whatever ATI released to be similar in performance to the 7800's various flavours, I havent heard anything to indicate otherwise http://theinquirer.net/?article=25898 thats about as close to http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800-tweaking-advice-needed.php

I love mine Intel17 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Intel17 Intel17's System Specs May 30, 2004, 08:57 PM #10 kaptkarl40 Carolina Panthers Join Date: Feb 2003 second question, will it perform well on my rig: CPU P4 3ghz 512 Ram WinXP Home It runs really well at the moment with my Geforce 4 mx 128 with everything Ill most likely just get it and trial and error it anyway but i just wnated an objective opinion mainly on the card and performance before i go ahead with it. R.U.S.E. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/136211-33-radeon-9800-advice

My 9800Pro will cope till then no probs. As for pretweaked drivers Omega Drivers, DNA Drivers, Spirit Drivers (french site), a lot of others out there but those are just some to name a few (common ones). The time now is 12:22 PM.

Nowadays the whole Graphics Card world has taken on a new meaning. By the way, what makes a Sapphire better than a regular ATI card? cheers Reply Reply With Quote 05-10-2004,05:03 AM #2 UKFarCry View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Mar 2004 Posts 110 Hey guys, Im thinking of getting a Most probably > socket 939. > Yes it is.

So basically, is this system enough to keep this card happy for the time being since I cannot afford to upgrade anything else as a cpu upgrade will mean new motherboard shouldn't that read: 'Road Closed'? - Brian Regan Twinke Masta View Public Profile Find More Posts by Twinke Masta Twinke Masta's System Specs MotherboardDell E1750 Chasis CPUIntel Core 2 Duo Sign Up Now! I don't know that it is a "terrible reputation".

Either way, you'll be fine. The Geforce 4 Ti4200 was okay > and suited my needs. There are many 6800gt's on their for cheap as well as x800's and the like last I checked. Member Login Remember Me Forgot your password?

Thanks. > Can't find your answer ? read the full info here Carry on... __________________ ATI Comp... I just ordered it mattomondo View Public Profile Find More Posts by mattomondo mattomondo's System Specs May 31, 2004, 10:40 AM #14 Intel17 Radeon R520 Join Date: Apr The memory used might be slower as well.

I know that the R520 has been causing them problems and has taken a lot more time than was thought to build. this contact form Mike Sutton posted Nov 21, 2016 P5LD2 SE - no option for AHCI... cheers Reply Reply With Quote 05-10-2004,06:19 AM #3 RazeLycan View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Junior Member Join Date May 2004 Posts 12 Should run great, I have the This's what I came up with your usefull inputs guys, which I apprecite alot more than you can imagin, I'll waite 2-3 days if no more objections/advices I'll just buy this

  • Reply Reply With Quote 05-10-2004,08:51 AM #7 JohnMacSAS View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Apr 2004 Posts 102 I'm 99% sure this correct ...
  • A Rad9800 Pro should be around the 4800-5000 mark. > So basically, is this system enough to keep this card happy for the time > being since I cannot afford to
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  • seem like a good deal ,but I want to avoid buying a donkey.
  • I use whatever works for me and hope that this will be a new good working relationship with the new graphics card.
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Run either Nvidia's or another program (can't remember the name but have downloaded it) to completely wipe out what add/remove didn't do. 3. Reply Reply With Quote 05-10-2004,06:41 AM #5 JohnMacSAS View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Apr 2004 Posts 102 The 256MB of the 9800XT will only REALLY I really hope that the R520 is delievered on time, because I plan to use one in my next system, but I would be a little skeptical with their previous performance. have a peek here second question, will it perform well on my rig: CPU P4 3ghz 512 Ram WinXP Home It runs really well at the moment with my Geforce 4 mx 128 with everything

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Remember, Google is your friend! If your from the UK, check out our Farcry game server >>> www.mapoe.com 22ndSAS UK Mac. Thank you again. Sad part is whatever new card you buy(not last year and half ,like 9800) If you buy an X700 today ,9 months from now ATI already has the next chip passed

Only new games I > have is Judge Dredd, Elite Force 2 (I wonder what graphics are like in DX9 > mode than DX8 mode, if any difference at all?) Only it has more memory than the 128mb Radeon 9800! Plus, I think ATI has better drivers and more frequent updates. http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800-pro.php Community Technical Support Forum.

DiEgO View Public Profile Find all posts by DiEgO (#6) WildStyle Ancient Guru Videocard: MSI GTX 970 Gaming 4G Processor: Intel Core i7 2600 Mainboard: MSI H77MA-G43 Memory: Moderators: morphine, SecretSquirrel Post Reply Print view Unseen Gerbil In Training Topic Author Posts: 4 Joined: Sun Aug 21, 2005 4:34 pm Please advice on ATI Radeon X800 XL ! what i dont understand though is that there is the ati radeon 9800 pro and the ati radeon 9800xt. As far as Linux is concerned, I won't be touching ATI again > until they get things worked out.

Thank you all in advance and have a good day.