Reviews and Problems with Sapphire ATI RADEON X1950 PRO
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Value for money 10
Picture quality 8
Ease of setup 10
Speed performance 8
A great way to extend the life of your AGP system (Sapphire Radeo
15 September 2009
Excerpt: If you have an AGP motherboard this is an excellent option for decent graphics performance. I was impressed with the results when I installed this card, however it is not without it's problems. The major issue I had with this board was actually it's length.
Pros: Good performance, quiet operation
Cons: can't live with the latest cards, very long !
Excerpt: I bought this card for a now aging machine of mine that just needed a little bit more kick in it for gaming. The rest of the machine runs really well, a 3200+ 64 bit AMD chip, couple of gig of ram and a decent hard drive, so this card seemed to fit the bill.
Excerpt: I was the first of my friends to buy a 64-bit processor, and still use my Athlon 64 today. Now my friends are going full hog in replacing the major components of their PCs as they also buy 64-bit systems.
Pros: Unrivalled performance for AGP until recently .
Cons: The world has moved on, only DirectX 9 compliant .
A great choice for gamers with budgets and SFF pc's
4 November 2007
Excerpt: Sapphire Radeon X1950PRO The card supports 256Mb of DDR3 speed Memory, with a PCI-E interface. Installation was simple removed old card and replaced with new card powered up and installed new drivers , didn’t use the sapphire install disk but tend to use the ATI drivers direct from their website.
Excerpt: I bought this card about a month ago and since then I have had sufficient time to test it and see if my money was well spent, here is my short review of the Sapphire Radeon X1950PRO. The Radeon X1950 Pro was designed to replace ATI's older midrange card, the Radeon X1800 GTO.
Pros: No trouble with latest games, cool and quiet
Excerpt: Bought this card as an upgrade to my old BFG 6800. It is getting harder to find high performance AGP cards and it was quite a relief when ATI decided to give the AGP market access to one of their high end products. The performance of the card is excellent.
Pros: Amazing performance
Cons: Very big, uses a lot of power, need 2 GB of ram to make most of it
Excerpt: Before purchasing this card, I was using a dreadful ATi Xpress 200, terrible card, could hardly run any of my games at a decent level, after getting this card, I could run most of my games at all settings full.
Excerpt: Prior to taking the plunge and spending my hard earned university loan on this i read many reviews looking for a card that struck just the right balance between price and performance. In a lot if not most reviews it came up near the top of the value for money chain.
Excerpt: Its a good job my husband knows all the tech stuff here lol this is a review based on his experience of this.. Sapphire Radeon X1950PRO The card supports 256Mb of DDR3 speed Memory, with a PCI-E interface.