Highly acclaimed by reviewers worldwide, the RADEON 9600 PRO allows performance mainstream users to access the world’s leading graphics technologies initially developed for the RADEONâ„¢ 9800 PRO. TheRADEON 9600 PRO offers true cinematic quality visual effects, performance-enhancing options and efficient, powerful graphics to gaming and graphics enthusiasts.
The RADEON 9600 PRO delivers cinematic realism and unprecedented power to the mainstream segment for less than $200 US. Driven by its full-time, full-precision floating point architecture featuring quad pixel pipes and dual vertex engines, the RADEON 9600 PRO also features full support for the latest MicrosoftÂ® DirectXâ„¢ 9.0 and OpenGLâ„¢ feature sets and advanced anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering technologies. Graphics enthusiasts in the mainstream benefit from the blistering speed of the RADEON 9600 PRO as well as the ability to turn up quality settings for the best visual quality without sacrificing playable frame rates, even at high resolutions.
â€œWe are driving cinematic rendering, with all the image quality that implies, into the performance mainstream,â€ said Rick Hegberg, Senior Vice President, Worldwide Sales, ATI Technologies Inc. â€œWith the launch of the 9600 PRO, we relied heavily on our manufacturing partner, TSMC. Our strong partnership and their expertise ensured a smooth transition to the new 0.13 micron process. The TSMC 0.13 micron process enables us to run the RADEON 9600 PRO at high clock speeds with low power and minimal cooling, giving users full image quality at full speed, all the time.â€
â€œATI is a major user of a wide range of TSMC process technologies. TSMC has demonstrated clear industry leadership in 0.13-micron production, and our experience with the RADEON 9600 PRO is no exception,â€ said Kenneth Kin, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing & Sales at TSMC. â€œTogether, we are delivering excellent performance and yield in high volume.â€
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