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Oct 03, · Under the final revision of membership benefits, those who sign up to the MMO will have a percent increase in resource gain, percent . Apr 27, · The membership nets you roughly certs per month if you log in every day, DBG cash and you get a double EXP weekend every month (last weekend, 3 full days days). The benefits you get from membership assuming you get a full year’s worth (billed annually) Early member access to shit. 50% exp boost. Monthly (weekend) XP Boost. 50% resource gain. % passive certs. monthly dbc. 10% marketplace discount with dbc. Times you’re playing.
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Apr 19, · % increased experience gain. % increased passive cert point gain. Note: Each of the above start at 25% and increase by 5% per month of sustained membership up to a total bonus of 50% each at 6+ months of membership. Priority login queue. Early . Apr 27, · The membership nets you roughly certs per month if you log in every day, DBG cash and you get a double EXP weekend every month (last weekend, 3 full days days). The benefits you get from membership assuming you get a full year’s worth (billed annually) Early member access to shit. 50% exp boost. Monthly (weekend) XP Boost. 50% resource gain. % passive certs. monthly dbc. 10% marketplace discount with dbc. Times you’re playing.
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Photo of the day: HIS Excalibur RADEON 9500 128MB… 128 bit!
What ATI promised to do, it does: RADEON 9500 cards with a 256-bit bus leave the market. In their place are new cards, such as today’s HIS Excalibur RADEON 9500 128MB, made
on PCB from Radeon 9500 PRO, respectively, with support for only 128-bit memory bus. This fact was reflected even on a special sticker (see. Photo).
Judging by the serial number, HIS buys these boards from Sapphire (after all, besides Sapphire, no one announced the release of 128 MB cards on the Radeon 9500 at the time).
Preliminary tests carried out in our video lab showed that this board, operating at 275/270 (540) MHz, standard for the Radeon 9500, demonstrates performance even LOWER than that of the RADEON 9500 64MB (the latter is known to be based on a PCB from RADEON 9700, where half of the memory chips are simply missing). Therefore, for those who just want to buy the RADEON 9500 (without the goal of converting it into the RADEON 9500 PRO / 9700), we recommend stopping at the 64 MB model. Anyone who wants to buy a RADEON 9500 in order to convert it into a RADEON 9700 should look for the “old” RADEON 9500 128 MB with a 256-bit bus (the cards are very easy to distinguish from the outside – read our review of the RADEON 9500 128MB from Sapphire – there are pictures of the card from 256-bit bus; you can very easily compare them with those shown here).
Total: the “new” RADEON 9500 128MB can only be converted into RADEON 9500 PRO, again, if you are lucky with the chip and there will be no artifacts after the conversion. However, let’s sweeten the pill: apparently, the improved technology of the R300 produces a very high percentage of usable chips, so more and more “non-broken” chips are being used for such cards, which can be easily converted into RADEON 9500 PRO with unlocked overclocking. And this is all a plus, since for $ 150-160 you can buy an almost real RADEON 9500 PRO with overclocking potential.