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    As expected Nvidia always beats ATI easily in OpenGL games.

    When DX9.1 is here I would expect Nvidia to be up with ATI in the PS tests as well.

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    Hercules 3D Prophet 9800 XT "Classic"

    Amazingly Hercules new 3D Prophet 9800 XT "Classic" appears to be nothing more than a relabelled ATI Radeon 9800 XT 256MB reference card, it's not even built on their trademark blue PCB. Well I certainly won't be buying one of these, hopefully they will use their imagination and produce a decent 128MB version of this card.

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    Why do they have to use scary images? Why not... i dunno... why?.......

    :flames: this is not scary :)
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    R360 reviews

    <img src="http://images.tweaktown.com/weta/misc/hercules_3dp9800xt.jpg">

    Asus Radeon 9800 XT 256MB reviewed by HardOCP
    ATI Radeon 9800 XT 256MB reviewed by Guru of 3D
    Sapphire Radeon 9800 XT 256MB reviewed by Sharky Extreme
    Asus Radeon 9800 XT 256MB reviewed by Hexus
    Hercules 3D Prophet 9800 XT 256MB reviewed by Digit Life
    Power Color Radeon 9800 XT 256MB reviewed by TweakTown
    VisionTek Radeon 9800 XT 256MB reviewed by DriverHeaven

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    OCSystem enhanced ATI 9800 XT 256MB DDR
    AGP 8x TV & DVI Out 440/780MHz with special heatpipe (Zalman) cooling kit.


    This comes with OCSystem optimized video bios with more agressive timmings and increase the core to 440MHz and 780MHz (390MHz x 2) Memory clock speed vs. stock 412MHz/730MHz.

    We have elevated the performance of the fastest video card to a higher level! This card is fitted with special heatpipe cooling kit design for Radeon 9800 coated with GeIL Copper premium thermal compound in between to transfer all the heat generate by the VPU to the heatpipe and huge heatsinks!

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    That is a major cooling apparatus :wow:
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    The reason the box looks fimilar is that its the 9700pro box. Also ati changed the style of how there name is now.
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    ATI's Radeon 9800 XT and 9600 XT overclocked

    One of the key additions to ATI's "XT" line is OVERDRIVE, ATI's new utility that offers automatic overclocking. Initially end users were skeptical of OVERDRIVE, as the clock speeds were a bit on the conservative side. Just recently however, we've discovered that due to a slight bug on ATI's part, OVERDRIVE can be manipulated to offer performance comparable to high-end overclocking. Read all about what we learned and see the performance gains we witnessed as a result in this article!

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    <img src="http://images.tweaktown.com/weta/abit/9800xt.jpg">

    Abit Radeon 9800 XT

    Just days after its widely reported "falling out" with Nvidia (graphics only), here's a picture of Abit's first ATI offering.

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    Abit confirms it's going for ATI
    Official partnership, preparing for R420 and PCI Express


    After a week of darkness about the unseemly row between Abit and Nvidia, we've just received a statement in which it announced its partnership with ATI.

    It seems that Abit won't use ATI reference design cards and that it will introduce an Abit engineered ATI VGA card, possibly powered with its OTES cooling solutions later on.

    The statement says that Abit hopes to be able to offer fast ATI-based VGA cards and meet the needs of users "more than ever before" or should it be "more than Nvidia before".

    Abit will offer mainstream Radeon 9600XT and top end Radeon 9800XT cards and it is preparing for a next generation of cards including the R420 Loki card and future PCI Express solutions as well.

    It's still unclear what will happen to the Nvidia VGA line up but I suspect that you won't see any more Nvidia graphic cards from Abit. The first Radeon 9800XT looks extremely like an ATI reference design with Abit sticker but I guess time will wreak its inexorable changes on future designs.

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