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if so, you could save 100 and go for the non-pro version, and simply download one of the many programs that allow you to overclock radeon cards and clock it to I believe on 3dmark2001 the 8500 out performs the gf3ti200 by a few points. And for the other ATI partners who sport Rad9100 cards we see the following: Connect3D - http://www.connect3d.com/products/products_radeon_9100.htm - 250/240 Gigabyte - http://www.giga-byte.com/products/agp_index.htm - 64MB & 128MB ver but no mention of Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. navigate here

i was about to let him have it. Looks especially pleasing since the Ti200 is so much 'better' than the 8500, even the LE. personally i am stickin with ati. carefull with 128mb versions, usually use slower 200mhz mem chips.

Anyone with any of these cards confirm this? The 9100 is aimed for the average person, and the sad fact of it is that most average people wouldn't have a clue about memory speeds. Get and give help sweet help 20923 187924 10/9/08 9:06:59 AM by Garband Modding Got rice? i also just noticed over at the inquirer that they linked to a japanese page with some radeon 9100 pics.

But if they lower the price, RADEON 9000 won’t sell at all: the whole world knows it’s slower than 8500. nvidia emperor is coming down !!! There's a sizable diff between a card running at 250/200 and 250/240, not only in raw speed but because the 200mhz one will surely use cheaper slower RAM which won't o/c let me know - by tim 9100 capabilities (2:38am est thu feb 19 2004)i have barton 2500+, 256 [email protected] 2.5-3-3-7, sapphire radeon 9100 128ddr 250/400.

Sometimes I see 250/230, sometimes it's 250/200. strangely, there's been little said of the card between then and now. That should give you the best TV out money can buy. look at this site I have one original ATI built Radeon 8500 64MB, it is 275/275 stock.

what a disappointment - by shudagota9500 sapphire radeon 9100/64mb (5:12am est thu mar 27 2003)it seems the sapphire radeon 9100 is clocked at 250/230 if u check their website.in my opinion i'd say the gforce is the superior card here tho…and i really want to be able to run doomiii engine games smoothly with near max detail. To satisfy market demand, ATI is bringing back the 8500 under the Radeon 9100 name. Anyhow, I used Radedit to adjust the clock speeds and flashed the card about 20 times to reach the max stable.

I played bf-1942 and americas army on this video card works decently this is with AA/AF on tho. https://techreport.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=5505 Anyway, don't worry too much about all of this, just there FYI really. ie. There were several available for $79, but everybody passed them by like they had crappy memory.

bad ones are 230/200, and the horrible crucial one is 250/166. i would like the fasterst card for my money and around 15 euros seems fair. I'm not sure if the 9100 are clock locked or not. it also indicates that it can be pretty easily overclocked to near 9500 speeds.

Dont ever pay over $70 for any radeon8500, I paid $60 and mine is a radeon8500 pro, it supposedly comes at 300/300 and should do like 325/325. its the best buy here in greece, about 75euro ($66). Latest: Fanatical Meat, Jan 19, 2017 at 1:21 PM Off Topic Rick Perry did not understand what Energy department does when asked to lead it and accepting... http://quodsoftware.com/anyone-know/anyone-know-of-any-good-custom-drivers-for-ati-radeon-hd-3650-agp.html Maybe for the retail, but I know that people have gotten OEM Powercolor cards with 250/183.

No, create an account now. Now if you're an AnandTecher, things are different, but we are often not representative of the general public. that is until u turn on fsaa and asf.

The Sapphire 128 is 250/200 and comes with 4 ns RAM.

my guess is that they are trying to get rid of excess 8500's from a while back. Plus the newer cards are now reasonably priced outside US & Canada, the Rad8500 were always rediculously priced and then there was always the concern over huge variance in manu too. Get a 128 MB and you risk SLOWER performance, for a higher price. can anybody paste a link for me?

xSauronx Lifer Joined: Jul 14, 2000 Messages: 19,591 Likes Received: 0 ive heard all over the place that its just a renamed 8500 since ati realized they could still easily sell I post the stock clock speeds as well as the overclocking results. #4 rogue1979, Feb 22, 2003 blindtothagame Senior member Joined: Feb 8, 2003 Messages: 348 Likes Received: 0 does I didn't know girls played games other than "The Sims Hot Date" #8 giocopiano, Feb 25, 2003 rogue1979 Diamond Member Joined: Mar 14, 2001 Messages: 3,062 Likes Received: 0 If It is green :) Old fashion color.

Radeon 8500LE - $66 Ti200 - $82 (both 64MB) Wow, that's quite the deal to me. Jan 18, 2003 #8 MrGaribaldi TechSpot Ambassador Posts: 2,512 Originally posted by Nick see the thing is, the gf3ti200 outperforms the 9000 and is cheaper. the question remains: -(connect3d) ati 9100 128 (95 euro) -(club3d) gforce ti4280 128 (144 euro) unfortunately there are no 9100's in that review. Latest: LTC8K6, Jan 19, 2017 at 1:21 PM CPUs and Overclocking Just had a steak-umm, am I going to die?