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I got myself an Radeon 9800SE quite a while a go, with the intention of unlocking int.
It is indeed the R350 256-bit edition, with L-shaped memory chips, and
an HDD power connector.

Unfortunately unlocking four additional pipelines caused annoying artifacts all over the screen.

I've extracted the card, and never used it since then, I scheduled to drop it off in a half of an hour, for somewhat low reward.

And just out of curiosity, i wonder if anybody knows what are those tinny switches, nearby the HSF of the GPU do, those are two switches, and the subscription on it says "ON ANY", those switches reassemble the frequency switches on the old motherboards(DSW switches i believe), they are just a few times smaller.
All replies are highly appreciated and retribution with REP increments.
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I got myself an Radeon 9800SE quite a while a go, with the intention of unlocking int.
It is indeed the R350 256-bit edition, with L-shaped memory chips, and
an HDD power connector.

Unfortunately unlocking four additional pipelines caused annoying artifacts all over the screen.

I've extracted the card, and never used it since then, I scheduled to drop it off in a half of an hour, for somewhat low reward.

And just out of curiosity, i wonder if anybody knows what are those tinny switches, nearby the HSF of the GPU do, those are two switches, and the subscription on it says "ON ANY", those switches reassemble the frequency switches on the old motherboards(DSW switches i believe), they are just a few times smaller.
All replies are highly appreciated and retribution with REP increments.
This is interesting.The only thing i could think of is maybe a different type of volt monitor.
    
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Just found this online.
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The switches are to select the video output mode, NTSC or PAL.
    
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Thanks, REP increasements for both(messages).
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Thanks, REP increasements for both(messages).
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