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    ATI Radeon 9600 Pro 256Mb
    ASUS ATI RADEON 9600 XT 128MB

    Whats the difference between the two graphics cards and which graphics card is good?

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    i think the XT version utilises DDR-II memory...correct me if im wrong guys :confused:

    probably better posting this in the "Video Cards" forum. :thumb:
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    The XT is the faster card (higher core and memory speeds) though the 256MB of memory of the Pro (just slightly slower than the XT) may make a difference when software/games require more memory in the future.

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    I would get the 128mb 9600 XT over the Pro because the XT will still be faster. If you wait a little bit though, I think Powercolor is coming out with a 9600 XT that will have Samsung 2.8ns memory and 256mb of memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike2010
    I would get the 128mb 9600 XT over the Pro because the XT will still be faster. If you wait a little bit though, I think Powercolor is coming out with a 9600 XT that will have Samsung 2.8ns memory and 256mb of memory.
    yes i agree

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