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ATI RADEON® 9800 Pro, (128 MB) AGP Video Card

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Product Description Enter the world of each game you play and movie you watch with this ATI Radeon 9800 Pro Video Card. The 128MB of DDR memory makes all graphics and video smooth, sharp, vividly colored, and realistic, with enhanced lighting and 3D effects.
Video Input  
Input Type S-Video
Video Output  
Video Compression Standards MPEG-2
Fill Rate (pixels) 3.04 Bilion pixels/sec
Multiple Monitors Support Yes
Expansion / Connectivity  
Connectivity Interfaces VGA - 15 pin D-Sub x 1 • DVI x 1
Memory Type DDR SDRAM
Graphics Processor Data Width 256-bit
Main Specifications  
Memory Size 128 MB
Clock Speed 380 MHz
RAMDAC Clock Speed 400 MHz
Product Identifiers  
UPC 614802004014
Model RADEON® 9800 Pro (128 MB)
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ATI RADEON® 9800 Pro, (128 MB) AGP Video Card
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Radeon 9800 Pro 128: Is it worth the upgrade?

byGr8ful Apr 8, 2004
41 Helpfuls 42 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Fast frame rate. 128MB DDR. Compares well with NVIDIA 5900FX.
Cons Somewhat expensive but you get what you pay for.
Recommended it? Yes

"Hooray! It's here!" Finally after 10 days and $204.79, my new Radeon 9800 Pro 128 video card finally arrived. Now all I had to do was install it and explain to my wife why this card was worth two hundred bucks. The first part was easier than the second since my wife knows little to nothing about... Read full review »


It's Getting Hot In Here: Upgrades, PCIx, and Shifting Video Cards

byzero_ May 15, 2004
24 Helpfuls 25 Helpfuls Was this review helpful?
Pros Fast, fast, fast, and with the latest price drop, cheap!
Cons Power hungry - Requires a good motherboard and power supply.
Recommended it? Yes

Cripes, this review got old. PCI-E is here and going strong, having turned into a better value for the money, performancewise, than AGP is anymore. And they settled on calling it "PCI-E" instead of "PCI-X" so as to minimize confusion with the old and seldom-used server board standard of the same... Read full review »

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