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ATI Radeon X800PRO
6.6 out of 10

ATI Radeon X800PRO

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very good graphics card

Jerry Rogers "Ereshkigal", Amazon
2 November 2012
  • 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...
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DX9 the way it should be.

outback-bronze, Ebay
13 May 2012
  • Summary: Why i bought it: One of the best dx9 cards ever. What i like most about it: I loved its old school appearance. What i dislike about it. It cant run many of todays games. Would i buy it again: Yes
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Overall 10
10

Nice upgrade for old AGP based systems

5529roger, Ebay
12 June 2011
  • Summary: Nice upgrade to an aging homebrew PC, Athlon Xp 2500, 2GB RAM, Win XP 32 bit. Replaced an ATI 9600 Pro AGP with the X800 Pro and see a major improvement in 3D application performance, i.e. Extreme Tux Racer showing 80+ FPS instead of 15-30, Blender 3D handling larger scenes with ease.
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Nice upgrade from onboard Graphics but...

Dennis Sipe "aquatic boardwalk engineer", Amazon
17 May 2011
  • 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.
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Best option for older AGP machines

koastech, Ebay
10 April 2011
  • Summary: I bought several of those in order to use them on several older workstations equiped with older xeon processors and 6gb of ram.With those they were able to run windows7 x64 with aero enabled with no problems.
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Overall 10
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Fans dies after 2 years+- ...

Jaygyver "Broke Mac Addict", Amazon
21 February 2011
  • 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).
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Overall 10
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Great upgrade for older AGP-based PCs

shenmeister2002, Ebay
11 November 2010
  • Summary: This is a high-end card from around 2004 and supports DirectX 9.0b. It easily plays most 3D based games from around that time. Personally the most demanding games I've played using it are AOE 3 and NFS: Most Wanted. It works well with WinXP Pro SP3.
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ATI Radeon X800 Pro 255 MB AGP video Board

oldreds402, Ebay
13 October 2009
  • Summary: I have been using ATI graphic cards for many years. When my old one in my desk top started acting up, I decided it was time to upgrade. Most of my computers are old technology or legacy as some call them, but they work fine for my needs and the parts are usually pretty cheap/inexpensive.
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Good 2004 AGP video board

Jett Rink, Amazon
8 December 2008
  • 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.
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My 2 cents

A. Hadziric "Meese", Amazon
5 January 2006
  • 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 .
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