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ATI AiW Radeon 7500 over ATI Rage Fury Pro

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by true_caucasi, Jan 20, 2003.

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  1. true_caucasi

    true_caucasi Thread Starter

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    Hey everyone...
    Currently, I have the ATI Rage Fury Pro/Xpert 2000 Pro Graphic Card and I am thinking of getting the ATI All in Wonder Radeon 7500. I just want to make sure that this is a good decision. Im almost positive that this card is better than what I already have but just making sure. Is it better?

    Oh BTW.... It's totally offtopic but ok... How can i tell how much power supply im getting right now? (Sorry if the question maybe seem stupid)

    Thank You in advance.
     
  2. roosterman

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    i currently use the ati a-i-w 7500 and i love it. i especially like the tv tuner so i can watch and record tv on my computer if i want to.

    i think you'll be making a good choice if you go with the 7500. of course you could pay a little exytra money and go with the 8500 all in wonder.

    just my two cents :)
     
  3. true_caucasi

    true_caucasi Thread Starter

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    Thank You rooster man...
    I am going to get the AiW 7500.
    But can you or anyone else please try to answer my other question?
    How can i tell how much power supply im getting right now? (Sorry if the question maybe seem stupid)

    Thank You in advance
     
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    true_caucasi Thread Starter

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    Thanx for your reply...
    But those links that you gave me show me how much I should be getting right?
    But what I want to know is how much AM I getting?
    I thought that maybe some program or somehow I could check how much I AM getting. Not how much I should be getting. For example I want to know if I am getting enough.
    Thank You
     
  6. roosterman

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    to the best of my knowledge....there is not a program that can show how much you are getting.

    sorry i couldn't help anymore

    roosterman
     
  7. EllisWB

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    Hi, true_causi, if you are talking about the Power Supply unit that is
    part of the case; you will have to take the cover off the case and the
    info you wont should be a number like, 300w, 350w and etc. Plus lots of other numbers and words.

    I don't know if you are interested in this but I bought some memory
    from Crucial Tech and I saw the ATI Radeon 8500 for about $100 and
    the 9500 for $350. I have no idea what these video cards coust any
    place else

    Best regards, Ellis
     
  8. true_caucasi

    true_caucasi Thread Starter

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    Thanx...
    Ellis WB I have a question.
    I just checked out the Crucial Tech site and I am just wondering. Do you or anyone else know what is the difference between the Crucial Radeons and the ATI Radeons? And is it a reliable good company?
    Thank You
     
  9. EllisWB

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    true_causi, they are one of the top manuf. of memory. I did not know
    the made anything else. I would say "yes" they make a good card.
    they have only recently started selling direct. They have a two page add in PCWorld and Computer ShopperThey eseem like a top rate
    company.

    Was the power supply in the case the one you were talking about?

    Have a Good Day, Ellis
     
  10. true_caucasi

    true_caucasi Thread Starter

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    Thanx ELLIS
    About the power supply, in the case it only says what the maximum is, I want to know how much I am getting right now.
     
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