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X800 Pro VIVO Limited Edition

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  1. TheWretched New Member

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    I have the box of a Sapphire x800 Pro Limited Edition PCI-E card that says it has 16 pixel pipelines and the memory is clocked to 1GHz. The card that I got in the box did not have these specifications and I cannot find any information ANYWHERE about this card. Has any body ever seen one of these limited edition cards? Was this card just really rare or was this a misprinted box? I'll upload a picture of the box in a few hours.

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  2. Slammed94 New Member

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    Nice, always thought Pros were 12 pipes. Sounts like you have a mini XT there.
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    Most boxes say "up to 16 pipes" and ****Mhz clock mem speed(well my X800SE said that, when I first read it I said the same thing yeeha 16 pipes, but when I checked with ATI tool 8 pipes :(
    I then went back and read the box carefully.

    Gerry.
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    I got the same card about a month ago. Atitools shows it as having 12 pixel pipelines.Nice video card for the money.The PCI-E is quite a bit less money than the AGP version.It only cost me $40 more than the X700pro I bought a month before(had to send it out for service-lose of signal on DVI out).My X700pro was getting 3Dmk03 scores of 7200 vs 10700 for the Sap X800pro LTD Ed(11900 when overclocked to 520/495)It also has next to no fan noise compared to the Ati X700Pro which I found extremely loud. :D
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    TheWretched - What does it say for the speeds and pipes in Atitool?

    -Dan
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    Chip Type-R423
    Memory Size-256 MB
    Memory Bus Width-256 bit
    Active Pipelines-12
    Default GPU Clock-475.00 Mhz
    Default Mem Clock-450.00 Mhz
  7. TheWretched New Member

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    ditto.
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    Like I said, that looks pretty much the same box as I got with my X800 SE from sapphire, it must be a marketing thing.

    Gerry.
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    So you just got a pro then.

    -Dan
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    hm the text says that the core is supporting 16 pp
    right would be up to
    but every pro has 12 pp
  11. TheWretched New Member

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    Yes, the card is a pro, so you think the box is just misprinted? Maybe they used the XT box and forgot to change a couple words?
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    dont know isnt it wayne?
    or do you "signed" the contract for a x800xt?
  13. TheWretched New Member

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    I'm not sure what you are asking, but I bought the card as a Pro not an Xt. My question was whether or not anyone has ever seen a Sapphire LE pro with 16-pipes and 1GHz mem (unmodded).

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