Digit-Life's 3Digest has been doing just that for some time now. They stick to mainly current stuff, so the Geforce2 GTS is now in the archives, but the Geforce2 Ti200 is still in there.Originally posted by: easty
of geforce 2 upto the ati 9700? just wondering how much faster things of got (if possible on a modest machine NOT a p4 2.6hz 512mb rdram more like a athlon 1.2ghz 128mb) thanks
At least with the R9X00 series that's no longer true. ATi's started strictly mandating clockspeeds.... and it's about damn time given all the confusion and hassle that surrounded the R8500 with it's many varied clocks.Originally posted by: AnAndAustin
CtkellyAlso what are the standard clocks of the Rad9700 you have ... saying 'standard clocks' around Radeon hw is like saying 'standard mobo socket' around Intel hw LOL!
The OEM R9700Pro is clocked at 325/620.... the 300/600 was rumoured prior to alunch but has since been shown to be false.Originally posted by: AnAndAustin
Yeah I think the discrete/stealthy manner in which ATI handled standard clocks on the previous Radeons hurt them more than helped them, nice to know the 9700 cards won't suffer the same prob, now if only they can get their Radeons realisticly priced outside the US and Canada. I thought I'd read there was still a diff between the retail and oem/bulk versions of the Rad9700pro though, IIRC oem=300/600 and retail=325/620. The standard Rad9700 comes in at 275/540 but of course that is the idea of having a PRO version.
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