entium

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R350 is the 9800 pro and and r360 is the 9800xt,

Other then clock speeds 9800xt (r360) which is clocked higher pretty much the same. The r360 rame is also gddr2 which can be clocked higher then the r350 gddr1 ram
 

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well alot of times people get a r360 core in 9800pros. They ware basically the same core with a different clock speed. Sometimes they put r360 in 9800pros and underclock it alittle.

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I was asking becuase there are 128 and 256 mb versions of the pro

Wtf is nflanders. This is what I'm talkin about most of ya guys don't even ask wheich type of cards this guys is interested in. Is it the 128mb vers or the 256 version?
 

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Other then clock speeds 9800xt (r360) which is clocked higher pretty much the same. The r360 rame is also gddr2 which can be clocked higher then the r350 gddr1 ram
This statement is everymuch false. "the r360 ram" first off the r360 is the core. It has nothing to do with the ram. "which can be clocked higher than the r350 ddr1 ram" This is also missleading. The ddr for both maxs around the same. People have also clock the ddr on 9800pros higher than the ddr2 of 9800xts, which i thought they only used ddr2 on the 256mb versions?

AMD64 2800+
MSI Neo-Fis2r
512mb Kingmax ddr400
Sapphire 9800pro 128mb
10K WD Raptor