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Swoop 
Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 16-Dec-2019 17:14:16
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From: Long Riston, East Yorkshire

Hi, just wondering if this would be sine for my Amigaone XEG3

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Radeon-9250-TV-out-Video-H925H128E1TOPN/dp/B001SOFVVA/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=radeon+9250&qid=1576515835&s=computers&sr=1-1

I currently have a 256mb version installed, but today we had the electric board working outside and the power was turned ooff whilst my Amiga was turned on.

When power was restored, i could not get any display, although my A1 powered up.
Stripped it down cleaned as much as possible, and reassembled it.
Thankfully, I am now backing everthing up.

Any help gratefully recieved.

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A1XEG3-800 [IBM 750FX PowerPC], running OS4.1FE, using ac97 onboard sound.

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cap 
Re: Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 16-Dec-2019 20:57:46
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From: Melton Mowbray - Porkpie centre.

@Swoop

It has 64bit memory bandwidth if it does not matter otherwise plenty of used ones for less than a tenner on ebay.

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MSI-Radeon-128-MB-RX9250TD128-Graphics-Card/202845231074?epid=59299319&hash=item2f3a8497e2:g:0noAAOSwZ~pd6pVB


Last edited by cap on 16-Dec-2019 at 08:59 PM.

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Rob 
Re: Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 16-Dec-2019 21:00:18
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From: S.Wales

@Swoop

The card is universal so it should work fine in an XE.

If you're not getting a display you need to check the serial output on another computer using a termial program. Don't assume that because the rest of the system appears to be working that the CPU isn't dead . If you get no serial output it's always worth spending a few quid on a new battery just in case that's at fault.

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Swoop 
Re: Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 17-Dec-2019 17:40:01
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From: Long Riston, East Yorkshire

@cap

Thanks cap, I hadn’t thought about eBay.
I am never sure about the quality of used el3ctronics on eBay, so I hadn’t bothered.

I did look at amikit , but he had no pci graphic cards on his site.

Thanks

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Swoop 
Re: Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 17-Dec-2019 18:03:36
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From: Long Riston, East Yorkshire

@Rob

Quote:

Rob wrote:
@Swoop

The card is universal so it should work fine in an XE.


Great, thanks for that.

Quote:
If you get no serial output it's always worth spending a few quid on a new battery just in case that's at fault.


It is currently up and running, and I have done a back-up.
But where is the battery? Is it worth me getting one in stock?

I have just recently changed the power supply, and looked at an x5000.
But at £1800, it is a bit steep at the moment

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Rob 
Re: Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 18-Dec-2019 23:54:52
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From: S.Wales

@Swoop

The battery is located next the the bottom PCI slot on the XE. It's a CR2032 and they can be found in most of the cheap shops like Poundland, B&M and Home Bargains.

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trixster 
Re: Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 19-Dec-2019 9:20:27
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256mb versions of the 9250 are usually 128bit, whereas 128mb versions are usually 64bit.

9200 256mb or 128mb can be 128bit

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Swoop 
Re: Radeon 9250 pci graphics card
Posted on 21-Dec-2019 15:44:16
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@Rob

Quote:

The battery is located next the the bottom PCI slot on the XE. It's a CR2032 and they can be found in most of the cheap shops like Poundland, B&M and Home Bargains.


Thanks for that

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