Earlier today we told you about the RADEON 9200 SE graphics card that that was expected to join the family of the RADEON 9200-series. Our reader, who commented on the news-story here, said that VisionTek already offers such products on its web-site here.
Evidently, the RADEON 9200 SE is a RADEON 9200-derivative designed for value-minded customers who can afford a graphics card at very low price-point or simply do not need a powerful solution. RADEON 9200 SE graphics processor is clocked at 200MHz, memory of the product is clocked at 333MHz, but there is no information whether 64-bit or 128-bit memory bus is implemented.
As a result, ATI’s RADEON 9200 family looks like this:
- RADEON 9200 PRO: 275/550MHz for core/memory, D-Sub, DVI-I, TV-Out connectors, 128 or 64MB of DDR SDRAM, AGP 8x, DirectX 8.1;
- RADEON 9200: 250/400MHz for core/memory, D-Sub, DVI-I, TV-Out connectors, 128 or 64MB of DDR SDRAM, AGP 8x, DirectX 8.1;
- RADEON 9200 SE: 200/333MHz for core/memory, D-Sub, DVI-I, TV-Out connectors, 128 or 64MB of DDR SDRAM, AGP 8x, DirectX 8.1;
- RADEON 9200 SE: 200/333MHz for core/memory, D-Sub, DVI-I connectors, 64MB of DDR SDRAM, PCI, DirectX 8.1;
Currently VisionTek offers 128 and 64MB RADEON 9200 SE graphics cards for AGP 8x and 64MB RADEON 9200 SE graphics card for PCI-bus. Pricing of all devices to be unveiled and may vary.
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Discussion started: 03/31/07 08:50:35 PM
Latest comment: 06/17/10 09:01:29 AM
I have a graphics card model radeon 9200 se with 128mb memory installed into the MB model 8I915ME GL motherboard. I am planning to replace with new graphics card supported for this MB. Can anyone pls suggest the suitable card (high config) for the same. I am fond of gaming.
Awaiting for your expert advice.
06/17/10 09:01:29 AM]
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