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Feeling shafted from my Radeon 9700

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by JamesBone, Jan 9, 2003.

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  1. JamesBone

    JamesBone Thread Starter

    Feb 6, 2000
    A few friends of mine told me, and I didn't listen. They all said they didn't like ATI, and some had problems with the Radeon 7000. But everyone said it was SOOOO good. Now I'm depressed and stuck with something I can't get working right....

    convince me that I did spend my money on a good thing over my Geforce 2 MX
  2. brianF


    Dec 2, 1999
    Suppose to be the fastest thing on wheels, well at least agp buss's.

    Not me, I still can't say ATI and drivers in the same sentence.

    I will stick with my TI 4600

    my opinion, hope you get the problem worked out
  3. flyeater


    Dec 27, 2000
    Sorry to hear 'bout your problems. I see these 9700 threads all over the internet. You'd think for $400 they could work the bugs out first. I'm sure there are ways to work out your issues but I'm not familiar with them. Folks that get it running right seem to be happy with the card. I can however show you a link with a bunch of friends discussing & tweaking this card here . The site is a Half Life / Day of Defeat site but of course tweaks are tweaks. I can't remember if you need to register to view threads but I don't think so.
  4. SexyTech


    Mar 27, 2002
    Hi there!

    If you're having problems with your Radeon, Check out the one place on the Internet where you can get ATI Specific help!

    Go to RAGE 3D

    They have drivers, tips and tricks, and even a message board!

    Check it out and they can probably help you get your 9700 working right!

    Good Luck!

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