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sapphire 9800 pro all in wonder VS powercolor 9800 pro 256mb 256bit..

which card is better for overclocking?? and how do i check with the shop they have R360 core, by looking at the pn or any number on the box??
 

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Mostly, from what I've heard, just about every 9800 Pro you buy that's not Built by ATi is an R360 core. I've never heard of any overclocking an All-In-Wonder, but the 256MB of memory on the PowerColor will help you out more in the end.
 

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Originally Posted by YiffyGriffy

Mostly, from what I've heard, just about every 9800 Pro you buy that's not Built by ATi is an R360 core. I've never heard of any overclocking an All-In-Wonder, but the 256MB of memory on the PowerColor will help you out more in the end.

ok so powercolor is better in overclocking rite? i guess.. btw do u know how to check whether it's a R360 core or not? do u know any website or where which have the batch code i can refer to?? as in some of this number can tell whether it's a R360 or R350, but even though it's a 350 core i should be able to reach xt speed without any problem rite? since it's a 256mb 256bit 9800 pro
 

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He meant that you can't flash an All-In-Wonder (AIW) to an XT
 
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