Well Sapphire has done it again, producing another quality product aimed at enthusiasts and gamers worldwide with their Radeon 9800 Pro Ultimate Edition. So is it truly the “ultimate” choice for you?
ATI is extending its line of workstation graphics accelerators today with the introduction of the high-end FireGL™ X2-256 and the entry-level FireGL™ T2-128.
So how will the newcomer to the 0.13µ pack fare against rival NVIDIA GeForce 5600 and 5200 Ultra graphics cards? Let’s take a look…
This time around FIC decided to revise their look and created a hip box design with a rendered bull on the cover, with many similarities to the ATI box design (silver figure, red and black colors), but overall looking more fierce. So how will the FIC’s rendition of the 9800 Pro stand up? Let’s take
GeForce FX 5600 Ultra is a quite a interesting GPU since certain improvements have been made to improve the performance further to gain an edge over the ATi Radeon 9600 Pro.
The latest card from Triplex within their new EYE BOMB series is the Radeon 9800 Pro that comes in a nice clear acrylic box with some decent accessories for video enthusiasts.
We’ll be comparing the GeForce FX 5600 to last year’s value best selling value GPU, the GeForce 4 Ti 4200, as well as to the GeForce FX 5200. So let’s take a look and see how the MSI FX5600-TDR128 is able to fare.
The GeForce FX 5200′s main competition in the sub $ 100 market will come from ATI’s Radeon 9100 and 9200 graphics cards, but unfortunately we were not able to get samples in time for review so we’ll be comparing the MSI FX5200 TDR128′sperformance to its GeForce 4 budget and performance mainstream oriented relatives. So how
The question on most people’s minds is if the final retail versions of the Radeon 9800 Pro is a worthwhile upgrade to their current graphics card solutions, and if Sapphire has once again produced another quality card, one that enthusiasts should look at when choosing a Radeon 9800 Pro based card. Both of these questions