Designed exclusively for use with the high end Power Macâ„¢ G5, the RADEON 9800 PRO Mac Special Edition continues ATI’s commitment to responding to the needs of Macintosh users.
The RADEON 9800 PRO Mac Special Edition has a leading edge 256 MB of ultra fast DDR memory, with 680 MHZ data rate and a core engine speed of 380 MHZ. To facilitate a trouble free upgrade, this new graphics card is supported by drivers included within Macintosh OS X and enables a direct connection with Apple branded displays through dual output ADC and DVI connectors.
â€œNow Macintosh game enthusiasts and digital content professionals who’ve been clamoring for a RADEON 9800 based upgrade card that offers direct ADC support and 256 MB of memory will be satisfied,â€ said Stan Ossias, Product Marketing Manager, Apple Products, ATI Technologies. â€œATI’s new 256MB RADEON 9800 PRO Mac Special Edition delivers the stunningly fast, high end graphics that fully maximize the powerful capabilities of the Power Mac G5.â€
ATI is previewing this new technology at Booth 1017 at MacWorld San Francisco from January 6-9, 2004. The RADEON 9800 PRO Mac Special Edition will be available from ATI and its retail partners beginning at the end of January for a MSRP of $469.
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