Discussion in 'Hardware' started by RotoSequence, 24 Jul 2004.
9600XT - current machine
Voodoo5 5500 64MB Ram w00t!!!
In this machine
GeForce FX 5900
in my other
GeForce 4 MX 420
I've got a Sapphire/ATI 256mb 256bit 9800pro in the post, but right now I've got an MSI Ti4200 64mb in this machine. I've got my old matrox G400 dualhead in my file server, and my oldschool Orchid Righteous 3DFX Voodoo 1 is lying about somewhere. the only other card I've owned is a matrox mystique, which is now in my parents clapped out old PC they never use.. I'm sure they've only still got it so they can say 'we have a PC' without lying...
Sapphire 9800pro 128meg Arctic Silencer in this rig
Geforce 2 MMX 400 in 2nd rig
a number of voodoo 3 PCi cards floating around somewhere
Radeon 9700 TX (From Dell) flashed to a Pro
Radeon 7000! Kick ass card!
EDIT: Almost forgot my old Voodoo 3 2000 Great card.
GEforce 2 pro,
GF 4 mx440
and i have ordered an x800, hopes it gives me a better 3dmark03 score then 291 on my gf2, gaming doesn't matter, who actually cares about the framerate
My system - 9800 Pro 128 MB
Sons's systems - 2 x 9600 Pro 128 MB
Spare - 9500 Pro 128 MB
All are stock speeds (right now, at least )
If it's lower than 20, I care
Yikes! The 9800Pro is quite close to its full potential but the 9500Pro and 9600Pro have acres of potential headroom in them, I think you'll be surprised how close to the 9800Pro they can actually get. Well worth o/c'ing them. Raise the RAM 5mhz at a time running 3Dmark2001 and/or 03 to ensure it's really stable, when you hit the max back off around 10mhz then repeat for the core. 9600Pro=400/600 expected o/c=550/640 (9600XT=500/600), 9500Pro=275/540 expected o/c=360/620.
9500Pro =275/540 8pipes 128bitDDR 2200Mp/s 8.64GB/s
9500Pro @360/620 8pipes 128bitDDR 2900Mp/s 9.92GB/s
9600Pro =400/600 4pipes 128bitDDR 1600Mp/s 9.60GB/s
9600Pro @550/640 4pipes 128bitDDR 2200Mp/s 10.24GB/s
9800std =325/580 8pipes 256bitDDR 2600Mp/s 18.56GB/s
9800Pro =380/680 8pipes 256bitDDR 3040Mp/s 21.76GB/s
Asus ATi 9800xt hoping to swtich to X800xt PE soon
Still got a Hecules Prophet (Kyro2) 64meg overclocked and still ticking
MSI Geforce 2 MX (Original MX not a MX-400) 32mb DDR, Analog, AGP 4x
MSI Geforce 3 64mb DDR, VIVO, Analog, AGP 4x
MSI Geforce 4 TI-4200 DVI, Analog, 128Mb DDR, Video Out, AGP 8X
Fairly even-stevens between ATI and NVidia cards.
I've got a ATI Sapphire 9700 Pro, at 380Mhz core, 340Mhz memory,
This little poll made me realize that I haven't got any ATI cards sitting around. Plenty of Nvidia to choose from around my house:
Geforce 3 Ti 200 (was my main card up until a month or so ago)
Geforce 6800 GT (which is a beastly card that I really ought to sit down and overclock)
Every time I sit down to buy a new video card, I seriously look at the ATI cards, but for one reason or another I always end up with Nvidia.
Yes, odd that, get a ATI card!! XP800 XT PE, that's if you're a rich boy.
Wish I had that kind of money laying around. I just spent $340 on that 6800 GT. I would've got the X800, but they're about as hard to find as an albino elephant at the moment. And we had the 6800 GTs in stock at the Fry's where I work so my will just sort of wore out.
I'd, of course, take a spare card of the ATI flavor off somebody's hands if they cared to part with it
hehe, if I can scrap together the cash to upgrade from this FX5200 (currently it's in my Shuttle) I'd have no problem getting an ATI card.
your lucky up here in the great white north 6800 based cards are around $899 and the x800 series start at $599.
these are all prices in candian funds.
at first i think this sucks. but then i remember 2 things about canada.
1. Free Healthcare
2. Poutine (fries with cheese and gravy)
Hehe, my employee discount helped out a little too
ATI Radeon 9600 XT.
My P4 has an AIW 9600pro
My AMD has an MX-420
I want an x800xt-pe for the P4, then the AIW to the AMD system. The MX420 can become a frisbee or target or something. Luckily I know some PR guys at most of the ATI AIB partners so I actually have half a chance of finding one Affording, not so much though.
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