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Thread: 9600 vs. 9500




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    OK guys what is the scoop here. The 9600 seems to be a better v-card than the 9500, but at the smae price! What is going on here!

    I have enclosed these results:

    ATI Radeon 9500 ATI Radeon 9500 PRO ATI Radeon 9600 PRO
    Chip Technology 256-bit 256-bit 256-bit
    Process 0.15 Micron 0.15 Micron 0.13 Micron
    Transistors -unknown ~107 Mio -unknown
    Memory Bus 128-bit DDR 128-bit DDR 128-bit DDR/2
    Memory Bandwidth 8.8 GB/s 8.8 GB/s 9.6 GB/s
    Pixel Fillrate 1.1 Gigapixel/s 2.2 Gigapixel/s 1.6 Gigapixel/s
    Anti Aliased Fillrate - unknown 13.2 Billion AA Samples/s - unknown
    AGP Bus 1x/2x/4x/8x 1x/2x/4x/8x 1x/2x/4x/8x
    Memory 64MB 128MB 128MB
    GPU Clock 275 MHz 275 MHz 400 MHz
    Memory Clock 270 MHz (540 DDR) 275 MHz (550 DDR) 300 MHz (600 DDR)
    Memory -unknown BGA 3.6 ns -unknown
    Vertex Shader 4 4 4
    Pixel Pipelines 4 8 4
    Texture Units Per Pipe 1 1 1
    Textures per Texture Unit 16 16 16
    Vertex S. Version 2 2 2
    Pixel S. Version 2 2 2
    DirectX Generation 9 9 9
    FSAA Modi MultiSampling MultiSampling MultiSampling
    Memory Optmizations Hyper Z III Hyper Z III Hyper Z III
    Optmizations SmartShader 2.0SmoothVision 2.0 SmartShader 2.0SmoothVision 2.0 SmartShader 2.0SmoothVision 2.1
    Display Outputs 2 2 2
    Chip Internal Ramdacs 2 x 400 MHz 2 x 400 MHz 2 x 400 MHz
    Chip External Ramdacs - - -
    Bits per Color Channel 10 10 10


    My question is this: Is ATI's 9600 in your opinion a better buy than the 9500?


    Chaos
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    Ungh.... that's supposed to be a table?

    Anyways, I'd personally go for the 9500Pro out of the two.

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    Well before u overclock them the 9500p. After uve overclocked them the 9600 as the 0.13 micron chip lets that baby overclock like a biatch:D
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    With a haxxed bios the 9500P can overclock pretty well and outpreforms the 9600P
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    Ok guys, sorry about the table. I know, I know it sucks. IT didn't turn out like i thought it would.

    To me I think that the 9600 looks like a better way to go in general not just ocing. But I am not sure. What do you think? A better buy? Or not?

    Chaos

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    Well i think u could actually get a 9500 pro cheaper so i change my vote to the 9500 pro:thumb:
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