Lots of cards covered here...

Discussion in 'Graphics and Semiconductor Industry' started by micron, Sep 30, 2003.

  1. micron

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    How bout... "Impossible to read"? Their tables are so confusing!

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    <sigh> I hate pass-thru ads that aren't properly formatted for Opera. -_-
     
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    I hate pass-thru adds that whenever I click "[skip]" it takes me back to the add... and back to the add again... and back to the add again... and after a minute or two I give up because I cant get to the site.
     
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    Hmmm...when I hit the skip ad button it went away just fine. I should have put up a disclaimer about the ad :wink:
     
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    BLANK... ALMOST
     
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    ive been getting several ad's that look and function exactly like that the past three days. not one of them have i been able to get through.
     
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    What ads are you talking about? There is just a (quite small) ad at the top of the page for me.
    Though I agree the tables are really very confusing to read. Of course, ati adds to that confusion with 5 different 9800 cards (9800pro, 9800 non-pro, 9800SE 256bit, 9800SE 128bit, 9800 pro lite).
     
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    Still, the Pro Lite looks like a very nice card. Only max 5% slower with FSAA, and 70 euro cheaper !!
     
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    This is the first I have heard of a 9800 Pro lite. And as far as I could read it is 380/340 just as the regular Pro, but on a 9700 Pro PCB. So why is it slower than 9800 Pro ?
     
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    Wow, another Opera user - there are two of us! :wink:
    Try again though. They must have removed the ad, I came straight to the article.
     
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    Probably different memory timings?
     
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