ATI Radeon 32MB DDR Reviews
Product Type: ATI graphic cards
Newest Review: ... an impressive frames per second rate and texture mapping is one of its best features. If you play games such as Fifa 2001 at ... more
Customer ATI Radeon 32MB DDR Reviews (3)
by - written on 31/05/01, updated on 31/05/01
The Radeon 64MB DDR is a superb graphics card for playing games and just for quality of videos and monitor viewing. It has an impressive frames per second rate and texture mapping is one of its best features. If you play games such as Fifa 2001 at a resolution of 1024x768 the field looks suprisingly realistic and i was amazed at how detailed it was. But if you are intending to buy a graphics card for more professional usage, you might want to look else where although this card is still good more professional use. The only bad thing is the cost may be slightly too expensive. Overall an excellent card which has superb features for gamers. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/00, updated on 02/12/00 (Very useful, 159 readings)
The Radeon has been a brilliant addition to ATI's lineup, equalling the performance of the current joint top GPU, the GeForce 2 GTS. The good thing about the ATI lineup is it's release of both 32 and 64 Mb versions and the fact that both are significantly good value, a lot cheaper than the GeForce 2 solutions. The 32 Mb version is costing only around 175-00 now and this represents good value compared to the other high end graphics chips. I have seen one of these in action and I have also seen the benchmarks and these are brilliantly good cards. They really are neck and neck with the GeForce 2 GTS offerings and yet the GeForce 2 is a lot more expensive. This ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/00, updated on 02/12/00 (Very useful, 153 readings)
The 32Mb version of ATi's high-end 3D graphics card is slightly slower than the 64Mb version both in memory speed and in clock speed, but not by much. I think this card is purposely slowed down in order to create a card for the next step down of graphics cards. There are lots of reasons for buying the 64Mb DDR in terms of performance and getting "the most" out of the Radeon, my review on the 64Mb version is here; http://www.epinions.com/./cmd-review-14C5-A294449-39BFB392-prod1 However there is one big reason for buying the 32Mb version and that is the price, you can expect to pay anything up to $100 less than the 64Mb version. ... Read the complete review
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