ATI Raedon Xpress 200 Specs?
I Have The Onboard ATI Radeon Xpress 200 GPU, And i'd like to know it's specs, because i'm debating should i buy a graphics card, or keep just using my onboard. because it runs my GTA SA Flawlessly on 1152x768x32 Pixels, but low quality and no anti aliasing at 50 frames +
- AJLv 610 years agoFavorite Answer
Here are the full specs:
ATI Radeon™ Xpress 200M Specifications
* AMD Sempron™, AMD Athlon™ 64, and AMD Athlon™ 64 FX, AMD Turion™ 64 processors
* 800MHz and 1GHz HyperTransport interface speeds
* Supports AMD’s Enhanced Virus Protection
* Supports Advanced Power Management with CPU Throttling, and Stutter Mode capability.
* UMA mode operation requires no additional memory
* HyperMemory™ is innovative technology that seamlessly enables the Graphics Processing Unit to use a combination of local and shared system memory with real-time performance at a reduced consumer cost and up to 128MB of memory
* GDDR and DDR Support
* Support for 2Mx32 (with 64-bit interface), 4Mx32, 8Mx32 and 16Mx16 memory devices
* Asynchronous HyperTransport and memory controller interface speeds
* Supports GDDR SDRAM self refresh mechanism
* Supports dynamic CKE for power conservation (for GDDR SDRAM only)
PCI Express Interface
* Compliant with the PCI Express 1.0a Specifications
* Up to (4) x1 PCI Express general purpose links
* Integrated ATI Radeon™ X300 graphics core with clock speed of 300/400MHz (for ATI Radeon Xpress 1100/1150)
* Full DirectX 9.0 Support (Vertex Shader v2.0 and Pixel Shader v2.0)
o Full precision floating point pixel pipeline
o Up to 4 Multiple-Render-Targets (MRTs)
o Support for up to 12-bit per pixel formats
* Supports Microsoft’s next generation GDI+ user interface
* Supports resolution up to 2536x2536@32bpp
* Anti-Aliasing using multi-sampling algorithm with support for 2,4, and 6 samples
* Hidden surface removal using 16, 24, or 32-bit Z-Buffering
* Highly optimized 128-bit engine capable of processing multiple pixels per clock
* Game acceleration including support for Microsoft’s DirectDraw, Double Buffering, Virtual Sprites, Transparent Blit, and Masked Blit.
* Supports a maximum resolution of 2048x1536@32bpp
* Support for new GDI extensions in Windows® 2000 and Windows® XP: Alpha BLT, Transparent BLT, Gradient Fill
Multiple Display Features
* Dual independent displays: CRT/LCD, TV/LCD
* Support for DDCI and DDC2B+ for plug and play monitors
* Support for flat panel displays via DVI
* 8-bit alpha blending of graphics and video overlay
* Integrated TV encoder with an on-chip DAC (simultaneous output for TV and CRT is not supported)
* Support for Macrovision 7.1 copy protection standard
* 1024x768 32bpp support
* CGMS-A DVD copy management support in VBI
External Display Support
* Supports external displays (e.g. flat panel, CRT, or TV) via a DVO port
* Supports DVI, DFP, and VESA P&D digital interfaces
* Support for fixed resolution displays from VGA (640x480) to wide UXGA (1600x1200)
Power Management Features
* Fully supports ACPI states S1, S3, S4, and S5
* Support for AMD Cool‘n’Quiet™ technology to conserve power
* ATI’s fifth-generation PowerPlay™ power management technology provides users with the optimal balance between performance and power consumption
* Multiple power-saving settings offer increased control and flexibility
* Vari-Bright™ technology optimizes notebook panel brightness for more power savings
Optimized Software Support
* ATI Catalyst driver update support
* Microsoft® DirectX® 9.0 and OpenGL® drivers
* Unified driver support or all ATI Radeon™ PCI Express discrete and integrated graphics products
* Support for Microsoft® Windows® XP, Windows® 2000, and Linux
* 8 USB 2.0 interfaces
* PCI v2.3 (up to 7 slots)
* Provides LPC (Low Pin Count) and SM (System Management) bus management and arbitrations.
* Serial ATA controller supports the advanced high speed serial ATA connection; with hot plug and RAID 0,1 function to enhance performance and data security.
* Supports PC “Legacy” compatible functions, RTC (Real Time Clock), interface and power management support for all AMD 64-bit processors.
* Audio controller supports theater class AC-97 compliance up to 7.1/5.1 channel output and MC-97 for the MODEM.
* TPM 1.1 and 1.2 support
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ATI Raedon Xpress 200 Specs?
I Have The Onboard ATI Radeon Xpress 200 GPU, And i'd like to know it's specs, because i'm debating should i buy a graphics card, or keep just using my onboard. because it runs my GTA SA Flawlessly on 1152x768x32 Pixels, but low quality and no anti aliasing at 50 frames +Source(s): ati raedon xpress 200 specs: https://tr.im/2ddii
- V8VANTAGELv 710 years ago
As with all Onboard GPU's, they don't have an awful lot of power. As a guide a half decent 4 year old graphics card would wipe the floor with the X200.
Buying a graphics card can improve gaming performance hugely but there are a few things you need to consider before you do.
> What processor/ram have you got? An old processor (single core) or early dual core processors will potentially bottleneck (hold back) a new decent graphics card. Post your pc specs ;)
> What wattage power supply you've got? A dedicated graphics card requires more wattage from the power supply, and most if not all graphics cards need a power feed (6-pin) going into the graphics card itself. To find out the wattage of your power supply, you'll need to turn your pc off, open the case and note down what the Max output is.
As a guide, a system with an onboard graphics card is usually fine on a 250w power supply, whereas a system with a decent graphics card needs at least a 400-550w power supply.
> finally, Price? $100 can get you a card which is a massive improvement over what you already have and run most new games at high settings, if the rest of the pc can take it.
Find out the answers to the questions what i've listed and report back ;)
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