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Which one is better overall? And can someone locate technical specs for the 9600SE? Im not having alot of luck..
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RADEON 9600SE 128MEG

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS

Graphics Processor

· Powered by ATI RADEON™ 9600 Visual Processing Unit
· 325MHz Graphics Engine Clock

Memory Configuration

· 128MB DDR memory
· 64-bit memory interface

RAMDAC

· Dual integrated 10-bit per channel palette DACs operating at up to 400MHz

Bus Interface

· AGP 8X / 4X

Connectors

· On board 15-pin VGA connector for CRTmonitor
· On board S-Video connector for TV-Out
· On board DVI-I connector for Digital Flat Panel
· External DVI-I to VGA adapter for Secondary CRT monitor
· Independent resolutions and refresh rates for any two connected displays

Drivers Included

· Windows® XP
· Windows® 2000
· Windows® ME System Requirement
· Intel® Pentium® 4/III/II, Celeron™, AMD® K6/Athlon® or compatible with AGP 8X / 4X slot
· 128MB of system memory
· Installation software requires CD-ROM drive
· DVD playback requires DVD drive

Features at a glance

· Features ATI's TRUFORM™2.0, SMARTSHADER™2.0 and SMOOTHVISION™2.1, and HYPER™Z III+ technologies
· SMARTSHAER™2.0 technology supports DirectX®9.0 and enables more complex and realistic lighting effects
· Sharper-looking 3D graphics with ATI SMOOTHVISION™2.1 technology
· TRUFORM™2.0 technology that makes the outlines of 3D characters and objects look smoother and more natural than ever before
· AGP 8X Support
· Dual display support with HYDRAVISION™
· Integrated TV-Out support up to 1024 x 768 resolution
· Integrated DVI-compliant TMDS transmitter
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WEll, I flashed my dad's PCI-5200 to 5500, and it still sucked, and I owned a 9600SE not to long ago, and I hated it. I suggest that you skip both.
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I would say that the 9600SE is slightly better if you overclock it. The standard memory speed is 200 mhz, 400 effective. You can probably overclock it to like 440 core (since it shares the same core as the 9600pro) and 440 mem.
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