Radeoin 9000 non pro 64mb VS 9200 non pro 128mb

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  1. Judas

    Judas Obvious Closet Brony Pony

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    Radeon 9000 non pro 64mb VS 9200 non pro 128mb

    I just would like to know.... which is faster?

    I can't seem to seperate which is clock for clock or what the benifits are..... except for the extra 64mb on the 9200..

    Futuremark results show that the 9000 is pushing better results.....
     
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    I can't seem to find any non pro reviews.....*LOST*
     
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    A Radeon 9200 should be a slightly overclocked and updated Radeon 9000.
     
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    the 9200 and 9000 are the same, except the 9200 added agp 8X support. The 8500 is faster than both of them.
     
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    in games like ut2003 becouse the 8500 featured 3 insted of 2 testure units per pipleine as in all later cards...
     
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    what about the 9100?
     
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    .....well..... if you have a radon 8500 le (retail, clocked 230/230 ) the difference is marginally, filltrate is a tad higher..... but overall speed... is slower.... I ended up with the 9200 because it's got a little more life then the 9000 seeing as an extra 64mb of onboard memory helps it out....
     
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    Only difference the 8x agp? :wtf: I have Sapphire Radeon 9000 64mb (DDR) on one of my computers, I like the card very much, Colin McRae 3 did not run well but the overall price/quality/etc is perfect... I've been very happy with the 9000 np. Don't remember those 3DMark results, though, perhaps I should try some day.
     

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