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Featuring a revolutionary Quad-pipe architecture and 64MB of memory, RADEON 9000 PRO provides best-of-class performance to accelerate all popular 3D applications. Four parallel, highly optimized rendering pipelines, typically available only for the high-end gaming cards, significantly enhance performance and game-play responsiveness when compared to the standard 2-pipeline architectures found in most mid-range products.
Video Chipset: Radeon 9000
Slot/Port Type: AGP 8x
Interface Connection: VGA Yes, S-Video Yes, Composite Video Yes
Functionality: 2 Monitors
Product Title: ATI RADEON 9000 PRO Graphics Card
Power Score: 3.5 | 8 Reviews
Installed Video Memory: 64 MB
Memory Technology: DDR SDRAM
System Requirements: Intel® Pentium® 4/III/II/Celeron, AMD® K6/Duron/Athlon®/Athlon XP® or compatible with AGP 2X (3.3v), 4X (1.5V), 8X (0.8v) or Universal AGP 3.0 bus configuration (2X/4X/8X). 64MB of system memory Installation software requires CD-ROM drive DVD playback requires DVD drive
System Type: PC
Warranty Information: 3 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
AGP Support: AGP 2X, AGP 4X, AGP Texturing
Base Warranty: 3 year(s)
Color Depth at Maximum Resolution: 256 Gray Shades (8-bit)
Labor Warranty: 3 year(s)
Parts Warranty: 3 year(s)
RAMDAC Speed: 400 MHz
Display Refresh Rate: 85 Hz
Max Resolution: 1024 x 768 (XGA), 1152 x 864, 1280 x 1024 (SXGA), 1600 x 1200 (UXGA), 1920 x 1080, 1920 x 1200, 1920 x 1440, 2048 x 1536, 640 x 480 (VGA), 800 x 600 (SVGA)
Type of Video Card: 2D/3D Video w/TV Support
Product Reviews (8)
The ATI Radeon 9000 Pro AGP 64MB,...
Strengths: Faster than most video cards of its size
The ATI Radeon 9000 Pro AGP 64MB, is a great video card. It runs games smoothing, and comes with a control panel that has a media player with it and some other nice features. Two thumbs up.
By mattryan_7 - Apr 1, 2004
When I first went to install this...
Strengths: Good speed for the price graphics as good as some 128mb cards
Weakness: haven't found any yet
When I first went to install this card, it wouldn't load the memory. It took a bit of expert advice to figure out the problem. The reason some have a problem installing this card is due to the monitor/TV monitor dual hookups, you have to hook both up in back and then turn off the TV part after it installs. Once this is done it's a great card to have. my system is a Pentium 3 Win me
By chrispy40 - Mar 17, 2003
I purchased this card to play some...
Strengths: Real easy to install and use.
Weakness: On some games the frame rate drops a bit. Overall not too bad considering the price.
I purchased this card to play some 3D games. So far besides the frame rate dropping on some games, It's not too bad. I would purchase another ATI vid card.
By angelcarreras - Mar 16, 2003
dont buy ati if you own hp...
Strengths: do;nt know not able to hook up to hp computer i did all the right instal even the major chain store dont know
Weakness: dont known waste of time,spend your money somewhere else i even took it to a few computer center
dont buy ati if you own hp computer ,might not work ,but from n vidia or maxtor, i just install a nvidia g4 440 128 mb video card and work perfect , thanks n vidia,
By smithiiiii - Feb 17, 2003
I was very excited when I got my...
Strengths: The videocard is awesome for the money. Renders graphics perfectly at high resoultions. Hydravision is unique and useful.
Weakness: Known error loading HALF of the 64mb vram. Multimedia programs are annoying, much rather use Windows Media.
I was very excited when I got my video card, as I was coming off an ATI Rage Pro FOUR mb vram... The primary game I used to judge the abilities of the videocard was Grand Theft Auto 3. The game ran every well, that is, IF and ONLY IF the card loaded at 64 mb. If it loaded at 32 (almost all the time) the game would get very jerky, and after a while would competely decompose into a rotting pile of...
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I was very excited when I got my video card, as I was coming off an ATI Rage Pro FOUR mb vram... The primary game I used to judge the abilities of the videocard was Grand Theft Auto 3. The game ran every well, that is, IF and ONLY IF the card loaded at 64 mb. If it loaded at 32 (almost all the time) the game would get very jerky, and after a while would competely decompose into a rotting pile of cheese, probably pulling a WHOPPING 5 fps. VERY VERY ANNOYING. Ways to get the card to load right were going into the bios and just selecting a different AGP aperture size, or uninstalling the drivers, and then installing them. The card would be great, if it didn't pull that crap. This is a known problem for the card, as well as the Radeon 8500 cards, Ati has it published on their website, but has no solution. Avoid this product, its not worth the time for the money saved, get different model, or a nVidia. This card is MEGA CRAP
By CITYslica - Jan 20, 2003