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Sapphire Beast All-In-Wonder 9000 PRO 64 MB Review
Today we take a look at the Entry level, in terms of 3D performance, MultiMedia board from ATI's All-In-Wonder range. The 'Beast All-In-Wonder 9000 PRO' is brought to us by Sapphire and will soon have widespread European availability.
"The use of BGA modules also easily facilities 128MB variants, as seen by the empty module positions on the backside of the board. While the RAM on the standard 9000 PRO is rated at 3.3ns, the BGA modules on the A-I-W 9000 PRO are rated at a slower 3.6ns, however it is DDR SGRAM, not SDRAM. Also, the default RAM clock speed of the standard 9000 PRO is set at 275MHz, but in the case of this A-I-W 9000 PRO it's set at a slightly lower 270MHz (540MHz effective) -- testing will indicate whether the supposedly better performing SGRAM will alleviate the consequences of a lower memory clockspeed."Read the full Review here
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