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Friday, August 20, 2004
ATI shows 'legacy' Radeon 9200


ATI announced on Wednesday its support of legacy Macs with the introduction of the Radeon 9200 Mac Edition video card, which was shown as a prototype at Macworld Conference & Expo San Francisco in January.

Featuring a PCI interface and 128MB of DDR video RAM, the $120 (around 65) Radeon 9200, which will be available in early September, is aimed at Power Mac G3, G4 and G5 users looking for such features as full screen anti-aliasing, bump and environment mapping, programmable pixel shaders and other technologies necessary for gaming and other video-intensive activities.

In addition, it offers DVI-I, VGA and S-Video ports, with DVI-I to VGA and S-Video to Composite adaptors included. The Radeon 9200 Mac Edition requires Mac OS X v10.2.8 or v10.3.3 or higher and 256MB RAM.

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