sawman5

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I am not sure which graphics card I have. It said it was a ATI 9800. But how do I know if it's the PRO, SE or regular. Is there a way to find out? Is there a program/benchmarking tool which will tell me the video card info and the rendering pipelines, etc.

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sawman5

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oem from dell. Now when I go to look what cards they offer, they have taken out the ATI 9800 and replace all of them with 9800 pro. So i am guessing that prob have the 9800 np or 9800 se. the specs when I bought it said it had a 325 clock speed and was 256 bit. So I guess I could possibly have the 9800 se 256 bit or the normal 9800 np.
How do you differentiate those?
 

ZZSpaceman

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If you look on the ATI Web site you can compare the cards specifications. The Pro has a 380 MHz core clock and the non-Pro 325 MHz. So it sounds like you have a non-Pro. One way to check your cards clock is to download Rage3D Tweak. This will also allow you to turn up the core and memory clock speed a little.

You can download it form;

http://www.rage3d.com

ZZSpaceman