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Radeon 9800 Non Pro Overclocking Potential?

PhroztJul 20, 2004, 3:21 AM ahhhhhh.. I know that it needs its own power molex.With the 9800PRO, will be I be able to play games like Deus EX2, Call of Duty, KOTOR in 1600x1200 with FSAA on Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB replacement Radeon 9800 pro Replacement for Radeon 9800 Pro ATI Mobility Radeon HD 2400 XT is it better than a Radeon 9800PRO / Geforce 6600 ATI Radeon Anyone have any experience with them? · actions · 2003-Dec-28 8:14 pm · (locked) Exitjoin:2001-04-10Canada

Exit 2003-Dec-29 4:43 am said by Bunko Kanazawa:Hi, thanks a lot for the have a peek here

also, if anyone knows.. My 9700pro didn't OC well so it's hard to compare with that one. Ask ! That is the beauty about those progies that you don't need to watch it like a hawk. 0 Dodger Nov 2003 edited Nov 2003 I know, but my daddy has a http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/radeon-9800-non-pro-overclocking-potential.75095/

I was going to go with MSI because of good results I've had with them in the past, but they are saying that their memory clock speed is 338 (http://msicomputer.com/product/p_spec.asp?model=RX9800PRO-TD128&class=vga), which i'm stuck between bidding on a Radeon 9800 non-pro with samsung memory and bios flashing it to a Pro version than overclock it. (viewable here) OR A regular Radeon 9800 Pro I've tried them myself. Wolfenstein!Their core clock speed is 2 mhz higher than MSI's, and their memory clock is only 2 mhz higher.

Bycaravel Apr 13, 2007 I have Radeon 9800 non Pro 128MB. I just find it kind of hard to believe that MSI's 9800 pro would have a memory clock of 338 while the ATI has a clock of 600. A Short-Media community © 2003–2017. Apr 14, 2007 #2 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Topic Status: Not open for further replies.

Tom's Hardware Around the World Tom's Hardware Around the World Denmark Norway Finland Russia France Turkey Germany UK Italy USA Subscribe to Tom's Hardware Search the site Ok About Tom's Hardware They make no difference really which type you use. My personal ATI Retail 9800 Pro hits 430/360 on stock cooling flawlessly, and can even loop @ 460+/360, but overheats and goes into artifact city, so I am waiting for my http://icrontic.com/discussion/6465/which-card-has-the-most-overclocking-potential Ati Radeon x1600 pro 512mb???

For now i'll just sit tight and see how high the bid goes... The Retail Box BBA AIW R9800 Pro is $250 at Compusa AR.ABIT IS7, P4 2.6C, 1GB Corsair XMS 4000 Pro Series, Radeon 9800 Pro, Santa Cruz, TruePower 430watt TheRodJul 20, 2004, All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Articles & News Forum Graphics & Displays CPU Components Motherboards Games Storage Overclocking Tutorials All categories Chart For IT Pros Get Your decision is yours and yours alone! 0 Dodger Nov 2003 edited Nov 2003 No, that isn't my bid.

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  • I mean, as much as a high OC is important, its useless if the video card isn't stable.I don't think I will OC my 9800PRO right away, but I do plan
  • I tried his HSF contraption on mine, and I was able to hit 450/360.Basically, it comes down to the luck of the card.
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  • Don't discount others (auction snatchers) watching silently till the end so as not to drive the price up. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/80238-33-deciphering-radeon-9800 I'm what you would call an ebay sniper. I really don't want to spend over 300 dollars. Join the community here, it only takes a minute.

    You may also... navigate here Ask a question and give support. who is the best manufacturer of 9800s?? eh i'm going to say the non-pro.

    They are low enough so the cooler fits on perfectly with clearance room.The fine people at SVC are the best. I have good case cooling with a 120mm side fan blowing right on the video card. pauldhJul 20, 2004, 5:19 AM Retail Box BBA Radeon 9800 pro is $180 after rebate this week at Best Buy. http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800.php Forums → The Site → Old Forums → Overclocking / Modding → ATI Radeon 9800 PRO O/C uniqs819 Share « [Benchmark] 5k And Going Up... • OC'd a bit with stock,

    Jan 27, 2004 has anyone here tried overclocking their Radeon 9800 PRO? Some spots are nice, but enough are laggy to where I am like, "ugh...." · actions · 2003-Dec-24 12:23 am · (locked) Bunko KanazawaBunko Countryjoin:2001-06-21Canada

    Bunko Kanazawa Member 2003-Dec-27 2:13 am Does anyone know if installing cooper heatsinks will help me OC my memory clock well enough to make it worth while?Please advise. · actions · 2003-Dec-27 2:13 am · (locked) lagoleerjoin:2002-01-04Millville,

    When I get my cooling in and cool this puppy down, hopefully I can get it stabilized @ 450-460mhz.But bottom line numbers?One test I ran was 3DMark2k1SE.At stock = 20,[email protected] 443/365

    I don't think I will OC my 9800PRO right away but I know I will start tweaking it shortly.They go for $15 CDN for a pack of 4 here. Does anyone know the detailed scanner specs of HP Photosmart C3180 solved Anyone Know Where To Get A High Spec Laptop solved Anyone know when the AMD R7 265 is going Resolved - Spectrum LIARS [CharterSpectrum] by meach13410. Don't be confused between DDR rating and actual memory speed.

    The next time, the Templars. Join the community here. you could try using Riva Tuner to overclock it's memory and GPU... http://hcsprogramming.com/radeon-9800/radeon-9800-pro.php Some vender will use 2.5nsec memory which equals to DDR400 or 800MHz.In fact, the MSI 9800PRO exactly follow the ATI recommendation for Radeon 9800 PRO, they use 3.0nsec memory (338MHz).

    Really enjoying this game to. One for the front and the back?(The 9800PRO does use BGA RAM, right?) Just want to make sure since there is no refunds at the place where I'm getting them. · I've always bought the mid ranged ones.Check out my system specs on my signature. Ask a Question See Latest Posts TechSpot Forums are dedicated to computer enthusiasts and power users.

    solved anyone know another way besides 8 pin connectors to power and r9 290x? They have good price for the Radeon 9800 :http://shop.ati.com/tradeup.asp--It's tricky to use words like AMD or Intel in a signature some users could think your Alright. there are 3 bids on it already so I wouldn't be surprised if it went over my limit. 0 muddocktor Nov 2003 edited Nov 2003 Stay away from the Gigabyte 9800;

    mudrashMay 28, 2004, 11:00 PM I am thinking about upgrading to R9800 Pro (thanks to some great responses to my first post) and was cruising on pricewatch the other day. I could understand the 375 instead of 400 core clock, but a change on 300mhz in memory clock speed seems a bit much. Considering the 9800 Pro only has 1 bid with a 10 hours left tells me that the item isn't going over 300 dollars... Dual Band SSIDs [WirelessNetworking] by Hazy Arc386.

    I forgot what res but it is a higher res, with all eye candy turned on. Now THAT is quality service. It's within the normal margin.The Sapphire Atlantis edition of their Radeon 9800 PRO comes with 2.8nsec memory, not 3.2nsec.Usually, you don't see this on web site, because Sapphire might change at To be on the safe side, I do have heatsinks for the memory ordered and on the way.Good luck!! · actions · 2003-Dec-23 10:01 pm · (locked) likwidkoolPremium Memberjoin:2002-05-05Jersey City, NJ

    so i had to send it back to ATI manuf. I really don't want to spend over 300 dollars. At default GPU BIOS speed, any Radeon 9800 PRO will be clock at the same speed. So I got it for $21.99. · actions · 2003-Dec-27 11:13 am · (locked) Bunko KanazawaBunko Countryjoin:2001-06-21Canada

    Bunko Kanazawa Member 2003-Dec-27 2:31 pm Hi,Which kind of OCZ Cooper ramsinks should I

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