So the GeForce 7300GT on that note is the perfect budget graphics card; it has a heap of rendering pipelines, with modest core and memory frequencies. This allows users to boost the core and memory frequencies, making the graphics card far more effective. The Radeon X1300 Pro is already running close to its maximum frequencies and with just 4 pipelines it does not take that well to overclocking anyway. Furthermore, at the default manufacturer specifications, the GeForce 7300GT appeared to be much faster than the Radeon X1300 Pro in the majority of the gaming titles anyway.
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NVIDIA GeForce 7300GT vs ATi Radeon X1300 Pro
Posted on Friday, Jun 23 2006 @ 04:43 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck