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ATI radeon 9800 pro graphics card

Hope u can help, i,m getting banding and random pixels all over the screen make it almost impossible to view. If i remove the graphics card and clean with a PCB cleaner then all appears ok, sometimes only after having to restart the computer a couple of times.I suspect the card is on it's way out ,computer is approx 4yr old, cooling fan is running and isn't noisy.could you suggest an upgrade to this card??.....Many thanks Al

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  • Anonymous Feb 19, 2008

    I am experiencing the same banding symptoms on my monitor that are attributed to failure of the 128 MB DDR ATI Radeon 9800 Graphics card that came installed as original equipment in my Dell Dimension 8300 (purchase date June 2003). I'm looking for a replacement card. Any recommendations?

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    I am having the same issue. I plugged the monitor into a laptop and had no issues. I then vacuumed and dusted inside and outside the computer and reseated the video card. It appears to have worked so far.

    Solution so far. I went to MyComputer to find out about the video card 128 DDR ATI Radeon 9800 and then went to the Dell Support Center Icon on my machine and it went to the Dell website with other video cards. My computer is a 2003.

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Did you try the card on another PC? Maybe the motherboard is Expiring. I recommend you change to a new motherboard. because, sometimes when motherboards get too old, the pins inside the AGP and PCI slots get fried and won't give out enough power. try the graphic card on another PC.

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