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Old 04-20-2003, 12:30 PM
Progamefreak
 
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Default ATI Radeon 9900 Pro in mass production

Um, guys, the 9900 pro was changed to the 9800...! And its out NOW. they didn't scip 2 numbers for this card. going from 9700 to 9900 didn't happen, its 9700 to 9800. Luckly I just return my 9700 before I hurd about the 9800 because I now own the ATI 9800 pro now and beleave me the cards power is much better than the 9700...

Testing it on High Res Set.
1) Morrowind
2) Unreal 2 "oh oh the Graghic's"

---My KICK ASS pc---
Power Supply: 550 truepower
Mobo: GA-SINXP1394 Multi Threading "hehe" $300
CPU: 2.8ghz $550
VPU: 9800 Pro 128mb $399 at bestbuy.com
RAM: 1GB Dual PC2700 DDR333mhz $135

Oh by the way the GAXINXP1394 auto overclocks you CPU to a true 2.81GHZ not a 2.77GHZ as the ones you have on normal Mobo's

I spent $1800+ on my PC and its all worth it...!

im not a PROGAMEFREAK for nothin

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Old 04-21-2003, 07:55 PM
geek-wannabe
 
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actually, i think ATI still plans to make a 9900pro also, or so they said so.
i have no idea what the spec's of it will be like, or what it will compare to, but seeing as how 99 comes AFTER 98 (i went to school) i figure they may yet unveil a 9900pro...
just a wild guess. :/
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Old 04-23-2003, 07:54 AM
CP3O
 
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Default ATI's 9900 + 9900 pro

ATI will release two Radeon 9900 branded graphics cards available later this year. These will be the Radeon 9900 and the Radeon 9900 Pro, as you might expect, and will probably use different R350 chips.

An ATI sales rep reported...

"ATI RADEON 9900 VPU will be manufactured using advanced 0.15 micron copper fabrication process that should allow the graphics chip to be clocked at 375MHz for core and memory... architecture in general should not be changed much from the RADEON 9700: the same 8 rendering pipes with 1 TMU per each. This one will be unveiled at CeBIT and will be available almost immediately after the trade-show head-shooting the arch-rival GeForce FX 5800 Ultra.

ATI RADEON 9900 PRO will be made using 0.13 micron technology and will be hugely more powerful than the brethren. It was said that the part will contain 8 rendering pipelines with 2 TMUs per each in addition to more efficient architecture of the VPU itself compared to the original RADEON 9700. The RADEON 9900 PRO may be announced at CeBIT, but do not anticipate ATI to start selling the babe just after the launch as it is not easy to develop a 0.13 micron graphics processor."
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Old 04-26-2003, 11:09 PM
Trakfast11
 
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why do they keep referring to changes from the 9700 to the 9900? why aren't they saying the changes from the 9800 to the 9900? maybe the 9900 was renamed to 9800. the 9800 has a core of 380, which is 5Mhz above the core speed which ati annouced its 9900 to be. also this was released almost immediately after the the annoucement of the 5800 Ultra, which is when they said the 9900 would be unveiled and availible. seems like the 9900 mentioned above is the 9800 we have today
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Old 05-09-2003, 02:44 PM
VTEC Power
 
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I just recently checked ATI's Site and they state that along w/ the 9800 Pro out now there will be later on in the year a 9900 Pro with .13 Micron technology, 375 MHz core speed and the option of either 128MB or 256MB!!!! F#$%*^% A!
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Old 05-09-2003, 10:07 PM
geek-wannabe
 
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Default 9900 pro with 256mb

yeah that sounds right. i think thats what i heard too, like the geforce FX using .13 micron technology.

that would be the one imma get.
oh boy cant wait.
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Old 05-13-2003, 05:04 PM
GBRRICCI
 
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yeah but do most games even use that much memory... this is why some gaming companies should make groups for making games for high end gaming computers.
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Old 05-20-2003, 11:39 AM
sabman
 
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Default 9900

Press Release - 2003


ATI ships RADEON™ 9800 PRO 256MB, world’s most powerful graphics card


DDR-2 memory and 256-bit memory interface delivers image quality and frame rates that hardcore gamers want


Monday May 12, 2003
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Old 05-20-2003, 07:38 PM
Bush Elephant
 
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Default wildcat



> i have heard some rumours about the new workstation graphics accelerator commonly known as the wildcat.

the new beast of a card includes 512MB DDR memory and the ability to support 2 crt monitiors and 2 digital
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Old 05-20-2003, 07:43 PM
Bush Elephant
 
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Default 9900 pro 256MB



> nvidia's latest geforce fx has already been defeated and put to shame by ati's radeon 9900pro.

Nvidia's fx 5800 defeats the 9800 pro but is defeated by the 9900 pro by approximately 2500 3d marks hen tested in 3d benchmark 2001, both cards using the same system with default drivers
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