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    I'm looking for a good AGP Graphic Card as I've just bought a new powerful machine.
    A young friend of Mine recommended -> PowerColor Radeon 9800 PRO 128MB DDR AGP (I've a Soltek Mini Barebone)

    Anyone here has this card? Or know anything about it?
    All replies are much appreciated

    TIA,
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    Bot nice card , I always wondered about the built by ATI and powered by ATI tho. I have an 9700 pro . If bigdawg would get back from holidays and update his pinned guide we 'd all be better for it.

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    Yeah, why not try the pinned guide.
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    Doesn't powercolour pretty much use the reference design from ATi without hardly any changes to the design?

    Should be stable with any drivers ATi might put out, as it's the design they primarily make and test the drivers for if so.

    They price is very good too, I helped my brother get a new one earlier, and that's one of the brands we seriously considered.

    It doesn't set any records, or overclock itself, but it does the job it's made for.


    EDits:
    If you want the best in the 9800 range you should go with an 9800xt tho'

    But since you have a smaller barebone, a 9600xt doesn't perform as well, but it may be a better choice because of it's lower temps and voltages. It's what I'd buy for mine.

    And go with a 256 Mb one if you can, 128 is soo last year.

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    Doesn't the 256MB one use DDR3 memory or something?

    I thought they hadn't sorted out the interface for that yet, so it runs slower.
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    Originally posted by lynx@15 July 2004 - 14:45
    Doesn't the 256MB one use DDR3 memory or something?

    I thought they hadn't sorted out the interface for that yet, so it runs slower.
    I thought they had on the xt's at least, but now I'm uncertain.

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    @lynx I did j/k I said it was a great guide, but I was recommended to start a new thread

    @SnnY Thanks a lot for the info, however 128 is enough for Me.
    I checked some computer stores today but none of them had this card
    I think I'll have to buy it online....

    cheers,
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    Originally posted by [B
    [O][T],15 July 2004 - 15:51]@SnnY Thanks a lot for the info, however 128 is enough for Me.
    I checked some computer stores today but none of them had this card
    I think I'll have to buy it online....
    komplett.se hade det inte sist jag beställde därifrån, men jag köpte min shuttle där och min brors 9800xt kommer därifrån, funkar bra med beställning och allt, bra priser också.

    datorbutiken.com hade kortet du ville ha sist jag var där, har beställt från dem förut, bra priser, och pålitliga.

    jme bra priser, verkar bra, men har inte testat dem, borde ha kortet du vill ha.


    Sen finns ju dustin som kan vara jäkligt billiga, men är lite väl företagsinriktade, se till att priserna är med moms innan du beställer. Samma sak gäller för inwarehouse.

    Sen finns ju alltid .... (kan faktiskt hända att de har bra grejer)

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    Det kommer nog att bli ifrån Datorbutiken isf....har beställt från dem tidigare och är väldigt nöjd.
    Skall kolla upp dom och se om Jag hittar kortet där, har bestämt Mig för ett sånt iaf

    EDIT: Är det detta kortet som Jag är ute efter -> http://www.datorbutiken.com/se/datasheet.p...tId=CGA-P988TVD
    vet inte men han sa något om PowerColor
    Kan nog vara detta men kollar med Dig ifall....tyvärr så verkar dom inte ha det hemma för tillfället
    Skall kolla på komplett.se oxå

    EDIT IGEN: Borde vara detta kortet från komplett -> http://www.komplett.se/k/ki.asp?sku=123179&cks=PRL helt annat pris men det är nog detta isf

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    Kan hända att Club3d eller connect3d är lika bra, tror att de använder atis referensdesign i alla fall, såg inte powercolour där nu, nämligen. Tittade inte så noga, dock. Såg ett 9600xt 256mb jag vill ha, behöver mer pengar nu, tror jag.

    Såg powercolour hos komplett däremot, men jag vet inte om just vad du ville ha fanns där.

    Satsa i vilket fall som helst på pro eller xt, SE suger.


    EDits: du postade medans jag skrev.

    Kortet från komplett du visade är ett SE.

    Detta är bättre http://www.komplett.se/k/ki.asp?sku=120304&cks=PRL

    Eller Detta: http://www.komplett.se/k/ki.asp?sku=120329&cks=PRL

    Det ena eller det andra är nog vad han rekommenderade från början.

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