Conclusion: As expected the BBA 9800Pro offers standard 9800Pro performance matching the others 9800Pro frame for frame, while also offering a slight enhancement with the new Samsung RAMs and value. The score is not bad for a low end test system.
Summary: Looking at the 9800 Pro I have to say that it is a very relevant card to today's gaming environment. It was able to produce strong frame rates at high quality while running some of today's toughest games.
Conclusion: Overall, we have to say that the All-In-Wonder Radeon 9800 Pro is one of the finest examples of functionality and performance we have ever had the pleasure of testing. Since things have certainly heated up in the video card wars as of late, we shall see the extent of the tenure this will hold.
Conclusion: The ATI Radeon 9800XT brings speed and stability to older favorites as well as the newest gaming titles. At a current price of $400 or more, the card might be too expensive for most users to consider, but as is often the case with computer hardware, today’s king of the hill is in tomorrow’s bargain...
Conclusion: So there you have it, ATI’s OVERDRIVE feature isn’t quite as bad as you initially thought now is it? Thanks to an oversight on ATI’s part, you can get much of the performance improvement you’d normally get from overclocking by simply enabling OVERDRIVE and manually overclocking your memory with a...
Excerpt: ATi have now released the Radeon 9800 "XT" edition. This XT version has its core clocked some 8% higher at 412 MHz, and its memory clocked at 7% higher at 730MHz and also has some unique features including ATi endorsed overclocking....
Fall 2003 Video Card Roundup Part I - ATI's Radeon 9800 XT
1 October 2003
Conclusion: We’ll limit the talk about the new batch of $500 cards to the first few lines of this conclusion. The Radeon 9800 XT offers a marginal performance improvement over the regular Radeon 9800 Pro, definitely not worth upgrading to for current 9800 Pro owners.