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All-In-Wonder series - FrostyTech.com All-In-Wonder series
Fri Sep 05, 2003 | 12:19A| PermaLink
THOUGH THE BATTLE FOR 3D graphics supremacy has raged far and wide, there are other arenas where the competition isn't as fierce. One example is graphics cards capable of video capture and editing: NVIDIA is trying to make inroads via its Personal Cinema products, but ATI with its All-In-Wonder series is the acknowledged leader here, and has been for a long time. One reason ATI has been so successful is that, in spite of its market lead, it continues to improve the All-In-Wonder line. The last generation, the All-In-Wonder 9700 Pro, finally ensured that video capture capabilities did not come at the expense of 3D performance. Since then, ATI has released the 9800 Pro, offering up even greater 3D graphics power. Today, we're looking at the All-In-Wonder 9800 Pro, which brings ATI's highest-performance graphics core to the All-In-Wonder line, and adds some AIW-specific features, as well. Let's see what kind of toys ATI has to offer.
FULL STORY @ TECHREPORT
(http://techreport.com/reviews/2003q3/ati-aiw9800pro/index.x?pg=1)


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