Summary: the ati radeon x800 pro 256mb graphics card is a very good especially if you have been using a weak integrated onboard graphics card that is 64mb. do your self a favor and get a dedicated card that is stronger than a 64mb integrated graphics card like the x800 if you want to be able to watch movies...
Summary: Got this card years ago; I remember how stoked I was to finally have a video card suitable for gaming. It was used when I got it, but even so, it's still humming along rather happily in one of my older AGP-motherboarded PCs.
Summary: Far from a gaming card, very far. I've owned this card for 5 years now. The 256mg size for today's demanding gaming and graphics is found wanting. Sturdy, robust and long lasting to be sure but extremely limited in use. I would recommend it for very light graphics use.
Summary: I bought the 9800 Pro 256Mb Mac Edition..... I have two older Power Macs, 450 Sawtooth (updated power supply) and a 533DA both with 1.8ghz processors and the 9800 Pro Mac Edition (256mb) and they both run great. I think I bought the ATI's within a year of when they came out.('05).
Summary: As an upgrade card, this Radeon x800 Pro AGP card has given me 4 good years of service. My system originally came with a Radeon 9200 AGP board and framerate was sad slow. This card gave it the boost I needed even on a 266 watt power supply.
Summary: I dont care much for NVIDIA..cards please stop telling me "its faster" as far as quality is concerned ATI is always on top .. if your computer is lacking in "speed" then go ahead and get yourself a NVIDIA card .
Summary: As you can see, I have purchased this card much later than everyone else who has reviewed the card here. Upgraded from a 9600xt 128mb and the change in graphical prowess is defnitely worth it.
Summary: This card is good, but for the same price you can get a geforce6800GT, which beats this card by a lot. You dont need dual p4 processors like someone said, it will still be a good increase from your last card even if you only have a 2 ghz processor. Good card, once the price drops $100. 2/5 stars