Massive Performance and Innovative Image Technology Give Rise to High-Definition (HD) Gaming: The RADEON X800 graphics technology is the world's fastest and most powerful VPU, setting a new standard in graphics performance and visual realism. With up to 16 pipelines, higher clock speeds and breakthrough image enhancement technology, RADEON X800 Graphics Technology ushers in a whole new gaming category called High-Definition Gaming.
Video Chipset: Radeon X800 PRO
Slot Type: AGP 8x
Interface Type: DVI Yes, VGA Yes, S-Video Yes, Composite Video Yes
Functionality: 2 Monitors
Installed Memory: 256
Product Title: ATI RADEON X800 PRO Graphics Adapter
Power Score: 4.7 | 13 Reviews
Video Chipset: Radeon X800 PRO
Core Clock Speed: 475 MHz
Installed Video Memory: 256 MB
Memory Technology: GDDR3 SDRAM
Connectivity and Additional Features
Interface Connection: DVI Yes, VGA Yes, S-Video Yes, Composite Video Yes
Functionality: 2 Monitors
Slot/Port Type: AGP 8x
System Requirements: RADEON X800 PRO and RADEON X800 XT require a connection to your PC's internal power supply for operation. Consult your system builder or OEM to ensure your system has an adequate power supply. Otherwise, ATI recommends a 300-Watt power supply or greater to ensure normal system operation where a number of other internal devices are installed Intel Pentium 4/III, AMD Athlon 64/7K/Athlon XP with AGP 8X (0.8v), 4X (1.5V) or universal AGP 3.0 bus configuration(8X/4X) 128MB of system memory Installation software requires CD-ROM drive DVD playback requires DVD drive
System Type: PC
Warranty Information: 3 Year
URL: Manufacturer Link
Frequency Band: Overall capability of over 200 billion floating point operations per second (Giga FLOPS) 160 million transistors on 0.13 micron low-k fabrication process Six programmable vertex shader pipelines Twelve extreme parallel pixel pipelines Drive two displays simultaneously with independent resolutions and refresh rates 165 MHz TMDS transmitter (DVI 1.0/HDMI compliant and HDCP ready) Integrated TV Output support up to 1024x768 resolution Maximum 3D resolutions: 65K colors : 2048 x 1536 16.7M colors: 2048 x 1536
Brand Name: AMD
Bus Width: 256 bit
RAMDAC Speed: 400 MHz
Dual RAMDAC: Yes
Analog Signal: Yes
Digital Signal: Yes
Chipset Line: Radeon
Number of VGA Output: 1
Number of DVI Output: 1
Front Camera: AMD
Product Reviews (12)
this is an old card now , but ..
Strengths: solid performance , quiet ,
Weakness: none that i'm aware of
ok writing this in jan 2006 is sort of mute , but , this card still gives great performance and runs solid . my pc is 3.2 gig intel , asus mb . 2 gig ddr ram running dual channel , 800 mhz fsb . i play bf2 in high mode and still have great pings . i think the lifetime of this card is easily extendable .
By Cirrus1957 - Jan 7, 2006
Had a 9800 pro 128 mb and got 5443...
Strengths: Solid Performance, No artifacting, Can max out Doom 3
Weakness: Only Pixel Shader 2.0 technology but card will be old by the time software is written for it anyways. Also performance is CPU driven
Had a 9800 pro 128 mb and got 5443 on 3dmark 2k3 changed out the cards and got a 9258 out of the box with this card, only reason i didnt get higher then 10,000 is cause i am running a amd 2600xp cpu. nice to know i will get more from my card with next cpu upgrade. runs solid in doom 3 and i have had no problems.
By riograd - Sep 3, 2004
my system cannot keep up with this...
Strengths: high overclockable, extremely stable, and game improvement is just amazing, what more can u ask for?
Weakness: my system cannot keep up with this video card.
my system cannot keep up with this video card....this is such a fast card, i can't believe that this card can almost double my 3dmark03 score. running doom 3 at high setting is no problem for me.
By infestedgh0st - Sep 18, 2004
If you want the most awesome...
Strengths: Low heat output. ONLY TAKES UP ONE AGP SLOT (no PCI slot is needed) Needs much less power then other cards. Smooth clean and seamless graphics. FINALLY AND BEST OF ALL THE 256 MB ram on board!
Weakness: None so far... and i can almost be sure that this card won't for another 2 years. :-)
If you want the most awesome graphics card on the market...this is the card for you. As a gamer this is a dream come true. I can crank up all of the features on any game and it still runs perfect without even breaking a sweat. Also for all of you people who are thinking about making a compromise on your graphics card... remember this is the most important part for a gaming computer.
By catech - Jul 11, 2004
This is a quality product -- easy...
Strengths: Speed. Features. Memory size (256 Mb). Fan noise.
Weakness: Pipeline only 12 pipes, vice 16 for the X800 XT. No software bundle (other than drivers, etc.) Was hard to find one in stock, but that should be improving. No support for Shader 3.0.
This is a quality product -- easy to install, only requiring one slot and one power connector. The fan on this is silent -- I have an Antec Sonata case with a WD Raptor hard driver and I don't hear the card above the minimal background from my system. As to speed, this card rocks in comparison to 9800 Pro and earlier from ATI. It appears to be only marginally slower than an NVidia 6800 GT, at...
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This is a quality product -- easy to install, only requiring one slot and one power connector. The fan on this is silent -- I have an Antec Sonata case with a WD Raptor hard driver and I don't hear the card above the minimal background from my system. As to speed, this card rocks in comparison to 9800 Pro and earlier from ATI. It appears to be only marginally slower than an NVidia 6800 GT, at least in terms of benchmarks. From what I observed in my system, it ROCKS in terms of performance.
By Anonymous - Oct 8, 2004