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Originally Posted by steveo42024
128 bit vs. 256 bit and 128mb vs. 256mb and clock speeds.
I thought all genuine 9800Pro's were 256-bit memory interface? Check out ATi's product comparison page and you will see that both the 256MB and 128MB 9800Pro's are 256-bit memory interface, as is the 9800XT. If you've got a 9800Pro with 128-bit memory interface, you've probably got a flashed 9800SE that has been passed off as a 9800Pro...

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