RADEON 9800 Pro
In comparison with the RADEON 9800 XT, the RADEON 9800 Pro has lower clock rates and twice less memory (128MB). So, here’s a RADEON 9800 Pro graphics card from Sapphire:
As you see in the snapshot, the RADEON 9800 Pro has a modest GPU cooling system, while the memory chips are not cooled at all.
The regular clock rates of this card were 380/680MHz. It did nothing exceptional at overclocking: 440/760MHz. The power consumption measurements follow:
The RADEON 9800 Pro has a noticeably smaller power consumption compared to the RADEON 9800 XT. At overclocking, its consumption in the Idle mode grew up by 14.9%, and in the Burn mode by 11.8%. The GPU frequency increased by 15.8% at that; the memory frequency increased by 11.8%. More details in the following table:
The RADEON 9800 PRO loads the AGP slot more than the RADEON 9800 XT, consuming a total of 23W in the Burn mode through the 3.3v, 5v and 12v lines. The current on the 3.3v line is as high as 5A in the Burn mode, and this is very close to the limit – 6A.