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    OcUK ATI Radeon 9800SE

    What is this card like iam thinking of getting it.

    OcUK ATI Radeon 9800SE All-In-Wonder 128MB (256-bit) DDR VIVO TV-Out/DVI (AGP) - Retail

    With the OcUK ATI Radeon 9800SE AIW card you can transform your PC into the ultimate entainment centre. The card features the 9800SE GPU with 128MB DDR memory which provides stunning visuals and high performance to play all the latest and most demanding games. Then you have the AIW features such as stereo TV Tuner with digital VCR, upto 125 channels, integrated teletext and timeshifting functions. It also has the ability to capture and edit video (Video Capture in MPEG-2 format at up to 25fps in 720 X 576 (PAL) without image quality loss). DVD decoder so you can playback DVD's with exceptional quality and performance. Supplied with remote wonder control which allows you to control your entire PC without having to be in front of your computer.

    - ATI Radeon 9800SE GPU (380MHz Core)
    - 128MB DDR 340MHz (680 DDR) Memory
    - 256-bit memory interface
    - 4 Rendering pipe lines
    - DVI-I Output, TV-Out, Composite video & stereo audio output, S-Video Output
    - Composite video & stereo audio input, S-Video input
    - Radio frequency wireless remote control
    - Stereo TV tuner (PAL B/G/D/K/I and SECAM L/D/K)
    - THRUVIEW™ for translucent TV, DVD and video file viewing
    - THEATER 200™ video encoder and stereo processor
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    It's not bad, but for the same price you could get a 9800pro 2nd hand....

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    In fact , for a few quid more you could get a brand new 9800 pro, which is far superior.

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    Absolutely, shop around for an 9800PRO, much better valuse for money. Also, check your potential retailers on users.hexus.net and don't forget to leave feedback yourself.

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    Do u know where i might get a 9800 pro
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    remember that that is an aiw

    so it will hold its value quite well and while its performance i mediocre you have the chance it may softmod, and the major benefit is that you get one of the best tv tuners with it with a whole load of features

    if you play occasional games it should be just fine

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    I found this 9800 Pro what do u think

    This is not advertising iam purly asking for advice on the sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by richman
    I found this 9800 Pro what do u think

    This is not advertising iam purly asking for advice on the sale.

    Richman
    its good, buy it

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    I have an 9800se AIW that soft modded to a pro, but only around 50% will take the mod. SO if you are not specifically after the AIW features get a pro.

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