ATI Radeon VE Dual Display Edition Reviews
Product Type: ATI graphic cards
Newest Review: ... is pointless to comment on the image quality on the TV since it's a known fact that ATI video cards have excellent TV-out ... more
Customer ATI Radeon VE Dual Display Edition Reviews (4)
by - written on 03/11/06 (Very useful, 243 readings)
I have used this graphic card for a long time and what i can say from the very start is that it never failed to amaze me with the image quality both in 3D games and while viewing movies through it's TV-out. This is a great trait we've come to expect from all ATI graphic cards. To be more specific, these are the main advantages of this video card: 1. It offers a brilliant image quality in games, provided the games themselves have a nice graphic to display. As most ATI video cards, the Radeon VE has built in texture filters, antialiasing features, directX 8.0 support, environment mapping, and many many others. 2. The possibility to extend the desktop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/03, updated on 03/07/03 (Very useful, 2926 readings)
I bought an OEM ATI Radeon VE (StLabs 64Mb 4xAGP TVOut), mainly for the purposes of being able to connect the computer up to the TV and so watch DVDs and films on the TV while running them from the computer, fed up of having to watch them in the spare room on the PC screen. I've had the card for about 6 months now and I've found it very good running under both Windows XP and 98SE. The basic spec of the card is 64Mb SDRam memory, and it has outputs for VGA (for the monitor), SVideo or RGB TV-out. Computer-wise it runs very well and can handle Quake 3 smoothly although I do not use it generally for graphics or games, more for the TV-Out functions. It ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/08/01, updated on 04/09/01
With a street price under £70, the ATI Radeon VE graphics card is the least expensive dual monitor graphics card you'll find! It has good performance ,functional utilities, which adds up to an excellent solution for most mainstream business users and consumers, though fast twitch gamers and digital artists should definitely look elsewhere. The board itself has one 15-pin VGA, a 24-pin DVI-I digital flat panel connector, and an S-Video output port, with the supplied DVI-I-to-VGA adapter enabling dual VGA monitor support. Any two connectors can operate simultaneously. I have done a benchmark and it scored 93 fps, illustrating the 3D power you'll give up in gaining ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/01, updated on 23/07/01
It's always amazing to see how fast the computer market can change. For example, the past few years, we've seen ATI, the Canadian graphics card maker, slip from being the world's largest supplier of consumer-level graphics accelerators to becoming a close second to NVIDIA. Last year, when it was still considered to be the largest of all graphics chip makers, ATI released their Radeon DDR video card in an effort to try to slow down NVIDIA from gaining the right to be the biggest of them all with their GeForce2 GTS. With performance almost matching, and sometimes even beating, the NVIDIA chipset, the ATI Radeon DDR was a top performer; however, it ... Read the complete review
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