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    ok its either 1 of these 2

    Ok iam gonna either get this card 9700 non pro ==> http://www.ocsystem.com/atira9712ddr.html

    or this 9600pro ==> http://www.ocsystem.com/atira96pro12.html

    For the price the 9700 non pro looks better... but i could use your help in deciding

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    The 9700 is definitely better if the price difference is not an issue...

    I classify the 9600Pro as "dead center mid range" (by no mean poor - mind ya).
    Whereas I'd classify the 9700 as "budget high end".

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    No question about it , get the 9700np.

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    Yeah, for that little price diff, go for the 9700 non pro.

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    9700

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    Could u get a 9500/PRO and mod it into a 9700? Although i supose thats tricky to do specialy as the card is under warranty. so go for the 9700

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    Powered by the revolutionary AGP 8x RADEON 9700 visual Processing Unit (VPU) with core engine @277Mhz clock speed
    :O
    bah @ 1mhz overclock!!!
    this card should manage to run at upto 400 mhz core, mem depends on the make of the chips, typicly you should reach 310mhz on ram or faster. this card will easly overclock past the pro's stock. the pro wouldnt overclock anymore on the core, ut its me should reach 350mhz

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