Radeons ***9500Pro 9700Pro 9800Pro*** marcas, modelos e clocks ?
Alguém pode informar e listar as marcas com seus modelos e respectivos clocks da placa (core/memo) e da memória (clock/marca).
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Vamos eleger a the best.
Um ** pra dar overclock, tem que ficar trocando bios e minhas experiencias com isso nao foram muito frutiferas.. mas mesmo rodando em stock eh uma puta placa (soh nao gostei do Splinter cell ficar pesado )
Eu nao tinha conseguido um resultado bom com estabilidade em nenhuma das minhas tentativas de over com a 9500Pro. Porem ontem baixei uma bios q "casou" com minha 9500, so testei uma vez o over com 305/297 e ta assim ate agora, testei em varios jogos por umas 4 hs, rodei 3Dmark03 e ate agora muito estavel, em todos os testes usando Aniso e AA em 4X e 16X.
Detalhe, com over nas minhas Gf's, parecia q as paredes "andavam" nos jogos, ficavam tremulas, sei lá. Agora nao, tudo no seu devido lugar.
Kra, Radeon eh soh BBA...
Tirando as séries especiais com clock maior e talz... mas essas ñ chegam aki.
LN2 cooling neh elrond! huaoeiuah carai... 715 leva mais que eu com o stock cooler da r9700pro! fala sério conta o segredo da refrigeracao ae! =)
hehehe...rumores que estão confirmando que eles viraram casaca...
Originalmente enviada por Holt
Addendum on ATI’s Design Win at MSI
03/02/2003 | 03:57 AM
Yesterday we reported that Micro Star International, one of the closest parents of NVIDIA Corporation, is going to manufacture graphics cards powered by VPUs from ATI Technologies (see this news-story). Today we can tell you some additional facts about this very remarkable decision of the Taiwanese maker of computer components.
Dow Jones Newswires reported that Medion, a very well-known European retailer, wanted to get ATI RADEON 9500 powered graphics cards for its Spring sales promotion. Another fact that seems to be important is that Friedman Billings Ramsey analyst Eric Rothdeutsch believes that Medion will also request ATI-based graphics cards for its Fall promotion. If that occurs, NVIDIA could lose as much as $30 million in sales this year. Moreover, any expansion of MSI’s relations with ATI means risks for NVIDIA’s offerings to that company and its clients.
RADEON 9500 family of products is ATI’s mainstream solutions with DirectX 9.0 as well as certain other advanced graphics features support. NVIDIA soon plans to launch its code-named NV31 and NV34 VPUs that also provide DirectX 9.0 functionality and other capabilities, hence, it does seem strange for MSI to choose similar graphics processors from ATI, but not from NVIDIA. Based on this fact we can assume that there may be some difficulties with the ramp of NV3x line of products at the moment.
In fact MSI manufactures and sells a lot of different products for different clients with different needs. Therefore, I suspect that the company might make ATI Technologies or even SiS powered graphics cards for its certain clients in the past, though, no one knew about it until yesterday.
There are no official responses or comments from spokespersons of the companies mentioned above at the moment.
Aí eles dão uma comparada entre as Sapphire e as BBA.
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