ATI RADEON X800 SE Driver
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ATI RADEON X800 SE Driver
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No matter which partner sells these cards, ATI will still be in the know how many cards and to whom they have sold. Their control seems efficient. But nevertheless, these cards appeared on retail.
Not as a jettison from some integrator as it had happened with LE, but from partners. Sapphire turned out the first such "disobedient slave". The card under review is ATI RADEON X800 SE from this vendor. But in reality you'll see that there is even no sticker from this "jewel company", only the bundled CD has the Sapphire logo on it.
But still it's true, this company decided to sell such cards by retail. XSE retail sales from Sapphire have been already placed on record in Japan.
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So far ATI is just smolderingly discontent and threatens with divine retribution. We cannot possibly know what will happen next. It seems to me that ATI RADEON X800 SE cards will enter the retail market anyway and that ATI will have to swallow that in the long run.
Yes, I understand that the cards are delivered to integrators at completely different ATI RADEON X800 SE than for retail sales, that's why the canadian company does not like the idea of losing its profits for the cards put on the retail market. So, this mysterious product should not have appeared in our lab at all.
It should have quietly gone to PC integrators, who would have surely called it X