Summary: Installed in a 4 year old Dell (PIII 500 MHz). Previous video card (Diamond Viper V770) was not fully supported by XP. Installation went smoothly and the card has been solid. The Radeon 9000 Pro has nice array of features -- To minimize clutter, I did not install some of the software that duplicates the media player and similar capabilities already in WXP. Recommended for anyone interested in a reasonably priced middle to high range video card.
Summary: While this isn't the greatest graphics card out on the market, nor is it even the best value, I strongly believe that this is the right card for me. Both ATI and Nvidia, the two largest graphics card manufacturers, have a reputation for turning out high quality, fast video cards. But, ATI provides better TV-out support, whereas my impression is that Nvidia approaches TV-out as more of an afterthought.
Summary: I got a Athlon XP 1800+ computer with 1.25 gig of ram, 80 gigs of hard drive..just to name some of the stuff. anyways i upgraded from a geforce 4 ti4200 to this ati radeon 9000 pro...man it runs so smooth, clear and with the ram and cause athlon was meant for ultimate gaming....it runs super awesome. i suggest for u guys with intel p4s or whatever to get a athlon xp its more advanced.
Summary: I upgraded a Pentium 2 with an old Diamond card to this, and it rocks. Visual quality is great, even on a 21inch Trinitron monitor at 1600x1200. Graphics are great and games are much more playable.