Pull off the Radeon X800 XL's single-slot cooler, and this is what you'll find lurking beneath: Pro? Password Rage3D Subscribe Register FAQ Members List Calendar Radeon Technical Support Radeon technical support forum for all Radeon products from the classic Radeon to the latest cutting edge family of graphics This card should nestle neatly into a small form factor system without overheating the box or overtaxing the power supply. Powered by vBulletin Version 3.7.1Copyright ©2000 - 2017, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. http://webstrategy360.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-question.html
We're pretty familiar with the Radeon X series and GeForce 6 series products by now, and one could reasonably expect the Radeon X800 XL, with its combination of sixteen pipes and Basically, just make sure your video card drivers are not installed over older ones. As I play, several graphics glitches appear at random. I wouldn't even bother trying a different cooler for the video card as there is probably now something permenately wrong with it. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ati-radeon-x800-graphic-glitching.627762/
Here are some screenshots from TF2: I have tried updating to the latest drivers, which is catalyst 7.9...when I did that the game will not even load. Here a short system summary: CPU: AMD Athlon 2500+ RAM: 1024MB (PC333) Chipset: SiS (ASRock K7S8XE R3.0) HDD: 160GB + 40GB Graphics: ATI Radeon X800PRO (256MB) Thank you for your help, We're looking up the edits for this post... The problem is almost hard to describe its so weird.
Reply #5 ArcaneBoozery Join Date 08/2010 +1 September 6, 2010 3:40:21 PM from Elemental Forums I have pretty much the same system as the original poster (Windows XP Home, Pentium IV The cpu-usag is a little high but this seems to me normal as a read in the posts. To resolve this issue, please download and install the Catalyst 12.4a Hotfix Driver available from the AMD website:http://support.amd.com/us/kbarticles/Pages/AMDCatalyst124ahotfix.aspxRead my post before replying :)My card isn't listed among the problematic cards for There are many great features available to you once you register, including: Richer content, access to many features that are disabled for guests like commenting on the forums.
Reply #10 rec1116 Join Date 01/2010 0 September 10, 2010 10:46:57 PM from Elemental Forums I am having similar issues as well. His comp specs: AMD dualcore 2.0ghz 1.5gb ram ATi radeon x800 some 'Leadtek winfast' motherboard Here is a conversation we had while it was happening, as well as an error message. full screen, and it didn't seem to make any difference. http://www.rage3d.com/board/showthread.php?t=33887432 Reply #13 GaelicVigil Join Date 08/2010 +5 September 23, 2010 12:51:08 PM from Elemental Forums I just wanted to say that I have this same problem on my older desktop PC.
Being "exposed" (in line-of-sight) or in fog-of-war didn't change anything. Chip type: ATI display adapter (0x9505) DAC type: Internal DAC(400MHz) Device Key: Enum\PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_9505&SUBSYS_02341043&REV_00 Display Memory: 1275 MB Dedicated Memory: 508 MB Shared Memory: 767 MB Current Mode: 1920 x 1080 (32 Eiira9B668 1 Night Elf Hunter 0 11 posts Eiira9B668 Ignored 15 May 2012 1 Copy URL View Post Same problem as the OP, square artifacts around most light sources, making the OK Learn More
I don't believe the card is overclocked...not too sure. We are, after all, notorious cheapskates, and a sixteen-pipe card for under $400 is the kind of proposition we tend to appreciate. An error (403 Forbidden) has occurred in response to this request. We're looking up the edits for this post...
We're looking up the edits for this post... his comment is here In fact, now that the XL has arrived, I fail to see the point of spending more than $299 for single-card solutions that offer incremental performance gains over the XL. Max temperature for my chip is 152°F, so I'm well below that. Yeah, I can understand that.
I did find that modifying the "EnvironmentProps" variable in the Prefs.ini file would change the glitch behavior. I was just trying to help. "VictourB" wrote: > > > "Steve Gruver" wrote: > > > Have you tried going to www.ati.com and downloading their new VISTA drivers? > > This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. this contact form It doesn't matter if I user the Windows > integrated > driver or the Vista beta2-driver from the ATI-Homepage. > Does anyone has an idea for a solution of this problem?
Display Tab 2: No problems found. Here is the link to the .err file output: http://pastebin.ca/1934706 P.S. All told, the Radeon X800 XL looks like it could be a very compelling solution at $299.
If it still under warranty, go ahead and RMA it, otherwise he is most likely looking at the probability of having to get a new video card. It may product similar effects. We're looking up the edits for this post... Necmo, Sep 23, 2007 #3 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.
Also, the corruption looked a bit different this time, it happened after I researched the adventure tech which allowed me to see more tents/etc in the world, and one of these The X800 series was extremely popular back then. It's an issue of functionality, not of performance. navigate here And that may not be the biggest news.
I know that I have the latest drivers and my computer is above the required specs. We're looking up the edits for this post... Reply #6 ArcaneBoozery Join Date 08/2010 +1 September 6, 2010 7:53:28 PM from Elemental Forums Ok, happened again. Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
Had it with AMD driver 12.4a (even though the 3800 isn't listed), 12.4 and 12.3, didn't try 12.2 yet, if it works there I'll post an update. It will go to a black screen then totally disappear like I never even loaded the game. We're looking up the edits for this post... Shortly before we polished off this review, ATI informed us that the Radeon X800 XL and its little brother, the vanilla Radeon X800, will debut at lower prices.
Reply #14 kryo Join Date 05/2003 +438 September 23, 2010 2:52:59 PM from Elemental Forums It's odd that this card is "below" the system requirements. Smaller is better, of course, because smaller chips are cheaper to produce. Doh!