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I would go for the pro. Do you already have an account? Beginners Guides Cases and Access.
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If in your case, money talks, then just head for the cheapest one I guess. No, create an account now.
Your name or email address: Maybe it was my mistake, I wanted a high end video card and the FX word means nothing. I used to be a NV user Things don’t stop there, because the card is fully VIVO compatible as well.
AdvisOct 21, Anyways, 2 good cards MizuChiRx5600 21, I just find the pro to give more bang per buck Suggesting ppl to buy ultra or non ultra is pretty stupid IMO. The driver would install but we’d always get a “not enough resources” error in device manager. Maybe cause companies just try to save costs. Since we can’t always get what we want, the real trick becomes finding the next best videocard at an affordable price.
Actually IMO even pro sucks big time. This have been talked over and over again. I always remembered this because if ever I were to dx5600 a video card now, I’d aim for one of those 2.
I owned a FX no ultra, the one from Albatron Turbo 3. That’s why it’s slow in some great computers.
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Anyways, the Ultra seems to be a bit better in some directx 8 games, and the pro seems to perform at a more constant rate in weither directx8 and mainly directx 9. Lastly, for those of you who use dual monitors, a DVI-to-analog converter rounds out the accessories.
Only can run dx9 decent.