Reviews and Problems with ATI Mobility Radeon 9700
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"Solid Stable Direct X 9.0 Card"
20 June 2004
Pros: Very overclockable - excellent updated drivers - Great value for an older high end card with all the latest supported features.
Cons: Does not behave well with ATI TV Tuner cards - the TV turner card freezes up frequently since the Radeon 9700 Pro card was installed (only system change - so pretty sure it has to do with the latest ATI drivers)
Pros: I have the 9700 pro AIW. It pretty much works as advertised. I run most games with all options enabled and still get great FPS at 1280x1024. Sweet.. TV and PVR work good. I have even overclocked the card by about 50mhz with no adverse effects. I game for
Cons: TV picture could use some clean up help. But this could mostly be my cable quality, so I am not going to knock it to much for that. The only con I have is that I wish I didnt go for the AIW. But purchased a separate card for TV viewing. Simply because you
Pros: Every game I've played looks 10 times better with this new card vs. the nVidia GEFORCE 5600 I had. I've read the reviews stated here and I believe that the number one problem people have is their powersupply. I recommend a 400W powersupply. The default
Pros: This is the fastest, highest benchmarking graphics card that I have had the pleasure of using. Scored way above similar MSI FX5900 that is supposedly comparable to the ATI. Excellent functionality that will complete any speed-freak's wildest combination.
Cons: Obviously, the $400 price tag that must be overcome to be number one. There are still no games that really make use of the new T&L chipset as well as being fully Direct-X 9.0 compliant. Lastly, the price for fame and glory costs almost 400 buck-a-roos
Pros: Excellent performance on EVERY GAME I HAVE! I really wanted to seen how well the car worked, so I cranked AA and Aniso up all the way and it was amazing! Installation was easy and I have had no stability issues.
Pros: I've been wanting an all in wonder card for a long time. I didn't really need to up my graphic cards ram from 64 to 128, but hey, what else do you do? The card has features aplenty, many that most people may not use, like the ability to hook your comput
Cons: I admit, the drivers and installation are somewhat buggy. First, if you had a certain Nvidia card in your system first, uninstalling that from your registry isn't simple, and requires a little sweat. Once you finally get that solved, if you have to worr