i previously ran a Radeon 9550 here. I'm not sure, but since it says
ATI x1650 has 512DDR Memory, does it have something to do with my 1GB
DDR or do i have to get a higher power supply?
hi i have a ati x 1650 pro installed in a agp motherboard with a p4 and 1.5Gb RAM. For 5months the card was working good. The last couple of days problems started, when i was working with internet and office applications the card was working fine (eg: the monitor was on) then if i started loading a mmo (eve online) the screen was turning black (blue and other colours) and imidiatly my pc was crashed. today when i switch on my pc, the monitor refuses to start (i get a black screen with a mesage: cannot find input). now the older ati 9200se card is instaled and it runs ok. i was wondering if my atix1650pro card somehow got burned, if that is the case, how can i get a replacement? But if my card isnt burned whats going on? ty for any help regards
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Re: ATI x1650 Pro Stops!?
For this card they recomment at leat a power supply rating of 450 watts. If you have lower than this then I would suggest upgrading the power supply. A 550 watt psu is reasonably priced and should give you plenty of power for future use. Hope this helps.
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Hello xvanpersiex, these are "Full Specifications" of your [Graghis Card].
"Check this to the 'Specs' of the "Motherboard to see if it 'Supports' the Graphic Card?"
"Try 'disconnecting, and reconnecting' the "Graphis Card"
Verify that 'all' the "Connections" are "Tightly Inserted."
*Go to the Control Panel > Device Manager > AGP Graphic Card > Verify Installed? >
Update Driver! > Restart Computer"
"If this information helped? Return and give a "Helpful Rating," please! Thanks, paul7of9" ATI Radeon X1650Pro (AGP 8x, 512MB)General
Device Type Graphics adapter
Enclosure Type Plug-in card
Vista Capability This graphics card is capable of running the new Aero interface featured in Windows Vista Home Premium and higher.
Interface Type AGP 8x
Processor / Memory
Graphics Processor / Vendor ATI Radeon X1650 Pro
Graphics Card Performance This card's graphics processor and memory mean that it is not recommended for most games, but it will still be fine for office applications and other normal computing tasks.
RAMDAC Clock Speed 400.0 MHz
Video Memory Installed 512.0 MB
Technology DDR2 SDRAM 128-bit
Features Avivo Technology
API Supported OpenGL 2.0, DirectX 9.0
Max Monitors Supported 2.0
TV Interface HDTV out
Analog Video Format S-Video, Composite video
Digital Video Standard Digital Visual Interface (DVI)
Expansion / Connectivity
Interfaces 1.0 x DVI-I (dual link) - 15 pin HD D-Sub (HD-15), 1.0 x HDTV output - 29 pin combined DVI, 1.0 x VGA
Compatible Slots 1.0 x AGP
Microsoft Certifications Certified for Windows Vista
Software / System Requirements
OS Required Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005, Microsoft Windows XP 64-bit Edition, Microsoft Windows Vista
I wouldnt know whether you just like ATI Graphics cards, or it was recommended for you. But I would still give you my straight forward advice, and this is : Go for NVIDIA Ge-FORCE graphics cards. Trust me, you would thank me for it later. I didnt want to recommend a specific model for you though, because of our difference in country locations, but just try and get a high memory (like 256MB and above), NVidia Graphics card that is compatible with your system. Also check out the available slot on your system that you will use for it first before you go (So that you wont go and get an AGP slot card when you have just an open PCI Slot). I'm telling you this because I've used A LOT of graphics cards also (Over 10 years now)! and I've come to that conclusion that NVIDIA makes the best graphics card. Hope this helps you out. Goodluck!
Yes you can run the AGP version of the Radeon 1650 pro on your system. It is always best & recommended to upgrade memory in pairs. You could upgrade to `gb by purchasing a 1 gb kit which would be 512 x 2. That way you have a matching pair of RAM modules. As for a cpu upgrade you can go to the Asus website and see what cpu's are supported by your motherboard. Hope this helps & please remember to rate my answer. Thanks.
Maybe this post is a bit old, but on last deceber I bought an AGP 512MB ATI Radeon X1650 PRO for my Foxconn motherboard and I must say that it's simply awesome!
I can play most games on mid-high settings on reasonable resolutions (most on 1024x768) with good FPS (except with Crysis... but let's face it, did Crytek bought a time machine to warp a 2010 game??).
So, if you already have it, then congratulations, and if you still are thinking on buying it, then what are you waiting for!?
Also, it's AGP x8, if your motherboard support x8, then it should run perfectly fine.
Also, I have a bit of problems trying to run Prey on the X1650...
It always appears an error... it's not of much importance, as I have much better games, but I haven't tried it with high fancy graphics... :P