Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Caution Level: alert
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Operating System: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003
Latest Version / Release Date: Integrated Antenna / 10 Feb 2008
The S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 can be set up with 64 or 128Mb of DDR SDRAM memory and will often provide S-video and/or DVI connections in addition to its standard RGB analog monitor connector. The 128Mb version of the S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 is generally more expensive than the 64 Mb versions. The S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 was the very first DirectX 8.1 graphics card used for laptop computers and was presented with good gaming performance upon its date of introduction in the market. Its speed is comparable with the S-MEDIA RADEON desktop version, which like it is also clocked. The S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 was the main competitor of the ATI Mobility Radeon 9000. At the moment, there are no S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 drivers available for Windows Vista.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
To check your drivers you should manually verify every device on your system for driver updates
The S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 graphics card belongs to the Mobility RADEON 9000 series and it uses 4 / 1 Pixel- / Vertexshader pipeline. It has a core speed of 240 MHz, shader speed of 240 MHz, memory speed of 200 MHz and a memory bus width of 128 bit. The DDR specification is its memory type with a maximum 64MB of memory. It doesn't have shared memory. The S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 device has 30 million transistors and it uses the 150 nm technology. Its processing technology is AGP 4x, 150 nm, its pixel-filling rate is 952 megapixels and it has the Hyper-Z-II optimization feature for memory bandwidth. This device also has the PowerPlay feature and it has integrated MPEG2 decoder units such as iDCT. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and S-MEDIA RADEON 9000 errors before installing any driver updates.