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Thread: ATI 9500Pro vs. GeForce FX 5700 Ultra?




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    Which is the fastest for video gaming?

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    9500 pro is quite faster
    amd man, i was just wondering where you got your info. the 5700 ultra has a mem clock of 900mhz and a core clock of 475mhz(evga geforce fx5700 ultra 128mb). the 9500 pro has a mem clock of 540mhz and a core clock of 275mhz(sapphire radeon 9500 pro 128mb)
    the price diff on these is about 5 bucks(5700 is cheaper). but if your gonna buy a new gfx card get a 5900 non ultra here for 192 usd.

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    Well, not that I look around a bit more, I cant confirm what I said. Either way, I'd still go for the 9500pro, as theirs no PS 2.0 issues with it

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    Actually, they're about the same. And if you can convert a 9500 Pro into a 9700, then it'll spank the FX 5700. nVidia thinks that showing high clock speeds will make everyone buy their cards: for the uninformed, it does. However, they lack in other areas, like having a high horsepower engine and a a s****y trans, and you still have little power at the wheels. Ati cards are very efficient, hence they're always faster in each market level (as of now anyways). : peace2: Mista K6
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    Quote Originally Posted by m0s3s
    amd man, i was just wondering where you got your info. the 5700 ultra has a mem clock of 900mhz and a core clock of 475mhz(evga geforce fx5700 ultra 128mb). the 9500 pro has a mem clock of 540mhz and a core clock of 275mhz(sapphire radeon 9500 pro 128mb)
    the price diff on these is about 5 bucks(5700 is cheaper). but if your gonna buy a new gfx card get a 5900 non ultra here for 192 usd.
    The faster clock rate on different cards doesn't mean its faster.
    Just like how the 9800 pro (380/340) vs the 5900 (400/800). There both great cards which ties in some areas and beat each other in other areas. Also the 5900 you suggested might be a budget card. So go for the 9500 and mod it to 9700. :cheers:
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    Well since the 9600xt and 5700 ultra beat the 9500pro get the 9600xt it beats the 5700 ultra.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compgeek
    Well since the 9600xt and 5700 ultra beat the 9500pro get the 9600xt it beats the 5700 ultra.
    Man...where the hell are you getting this stuff..if you flash a 9500 pro to a 9700...it will spank the dam 9600 because there is hardly any difference from the 9600 pro and the 9600 xt....:blah:
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    The 9500 Pro is much faster. It can be clocked up to 9700 Pro speeds with a little luck, and performs nearly as well on the default settings. That's the main reason why it was pulled from the market - performance was too good for the price.
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    It was pulled from the market because people figured a way to unlock the disabled pipelines and to turn it into a 9700. And also what seranox said. :cheers:
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