Features of the Maya Radeon 9000 Pro
While being budget orientated, the Maya 9000 Pro is certainly not lacking in features. The Maya 9000 Pro comes with all the same cables and connectors that the Maya 2 came with, including the CD bundle. So you are not left short of games.
The actual size of the card is approximately the same as the Maya 2. Memory modules are located on both the front and back of the card to aid in the reduction of heat.
GPU and cooling
The Radeon 9000 Pro GPU is located beneath a rather small HSF unit. This unit, while small, is extremely good at it job of keeping the 9000 Pro cool and allows for some reasonable overclocking of the card.
The Maya 9000 Pro is equipped with 64MB of Hynix 3.6ns memory. For a value card it comes with some high clocking T-SOP memory.
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