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Radeon 9600 Ddr 128 or 256?????

I got a Radeon 9600 Wich the guy that i bought from said that it was 256 DDr and i saw it in the system info. but after a couple of months i found that it is 128 i dont know how did it change?? can u help me?? THX

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    did you do someting on system bios recenlty?

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If it's the Radeon 9600 Pro PC & Mac edition it has 256 MB DDR.

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Sorry to say, but i'm poretty sure you been juped. I had a quick check, and I can't see any of the 9600 as 256MB, only 128.

Radeon 9600 XT = 128MB DDR
Radeon 9600 PRO = 128MB DDR
Radeon 9600 = 128MB DDR
Radeon 9600 SE= 128MB DDR

http://ati.amd.com/products/radeon9600/radeon9600pro/compare.html <=--- have a look there yourself

Posted on May 31, 2009

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