The ATI Radeon AGP is an AGP 2x card. It was first offered as a retail card from ATI and later as an option on the January 2001 Digital Audio Power Mac G4. The card has built-in support for DVD playback. although Apple’s DVD Player software uses software decoding.
When it was introduced in late 2000, it was considered a world-class performer and a great upgrade for older AGP Macs by Inside Mac Games.
If you are using this video card with the Classic Mac OS, be sure to check ATI Drivers for Mac OS Classic. If you are using Mac OS X 10.3.6 or later, be sure to install the ATI Radeon Updater (Jan. 2005).
- GPU speed: 166 MHz
- Video memory: 32 MB
- Memory speed: 166 MHz
- Memory bus: 256 bits
- Resolutions: 640 x 480 to 1920 x 1440
- Apple version: ADC and VGA
- ATI version: DVI-I, VGA, and S-video
- Dual monitor support: no
- Cooling fan: only on ATI version, not on Apple version
- Minimum OS: Mac OS 9.0
- Also compatible with: Sawtooth Power Mac G4, Mystic Power Mac G4
- ATI Radeon Mac Edition, ATI
- Radeon Series Drivers and Software for Mac OS X 10.4.x and 10.3.x, AMD
- ATI’s Retail Radeon AGP Graphics Card, Mike Breeden, Accelerate Your Mac, 2000.10.16
- ATI Radeon AGP, Michael Eilers, Inside Mac Games, 2000.10.18.
- Radeon Mac Edition, Peter Molfese and Joel Hruska, Van’s Hardware, 2002.02.01
- The ATI Radeon Is the Newest Graphics Accelerator for the Mac. But Is It the Fastest?, Bare Feats, 2000.10.16. Radeon AGP vs. Voodoo5, ProFormance 3 Plus (PCI), and Rage 128 Pro AGP.
- Radeon AGP vs Rage128 Pro AGP, Mike Breeden, Accelerate Your Mac, 2000.10.05.
- Radeon PCI vs. Radeon AGP, Bare Feats, 2001.02.23. “Is AGP that much faster?” It depends….
Keywords: #RadeonMacEditionAGP #AGPvideocard #Macvideocard #Radeonvideocard
short link: http://goo.gl/5CxepK