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amrkhattab
2002-10-01T12:32:26Z
What Is ddthe defrence between Hercules Radeon 8500 128 MB DDR Ram And Hercules R8500 LE And What is the greater>>>>:eek:
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pcforce
2002-10-01T12:53:35Z
Of course the first one!!! Its original powerful model!
Bobo-J
2002-10-01T13:50:24Z
For more info on the two cards go to :

http://mirror.ati.com/products/builtdesktoppc.html 

Have a look around and see why you [censored] trust us. 🙂

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^Bad_Boy^
2002-10-02T23:22:34Z
Well.. the 8500 one has 64Mb and it's Memory Speeds are higher..

and the 8500 LE 128MB with slower Memory Speeds.. I still recommend the 128MB Version
MikeL_HH
2002-10-03T09:32:56Z
Ok, there is the:

ATI 8500 64mb (original) 275 clock, 275 memory
ATI 8500 128mb 275 clock, 275 memory
ATI 8500LE 128mb 250 clock, 250 memory

Hurcules 8500LE 64mb 250 clock, 240 memory
Hurcules 8500LE 128mb 250 clock, 250 memory
Hurcules 8500 128mb 275 clock, 275 memory

All the Hurcules cards are better than there ATI counterparts (with the exception of Hurc 8500LE 64mb).
^Bad_Boy^
2002-10-03T19:17:36Z
Nice.. hehe.. i guess i wasn't all right
Bothware
2002-10-03T20:47:04Z
Actually there are OEM and Retail versions of both the plain R8500 and the R8500LE : the clock speeds may vary between OEM and Retail of same board.

The Hurc 64Mb seems a little wierd, mem slower than core ? - normally other way round :confused:
MikeL_HH
2002-10-03T21:00:55Z
Quote:

Originally posted by Bothware
Actually there are OEM and Retail versions of both the plain R8500 and the R8500LE : the clock speeds may vary between OEM and Retail of same board.

The Hurc 64Mb seems a little wierd, mem slower than core ? - normally other way round :confused:



All ATI cards I listed are retail. The hurc card IS like that. Don't ask why. Go to the hurc wedsite for more insight into the creation proccess. The best out of the cards I listed is the Hurcules 128mb. It's WAY faster than the ATI version (higher quality ram, more bandwidth. But same clock speed). Has great OC possibilities too.
Fah Q
2002-10-04T11:38:25Z
The 8500LE is just a striped down 8500, which keeps cost down
MikeL_HH
2002-10-04T16:56:54Z
The 8500LE has EVERYTHING the 8500 has except DVI support, and a slightly slower clock. But who cares about that anyway? It costs way less and you can easily OC it to 8500 speeds anyways.