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New Member
Jun 24, 2004
Hey !
I have a ATI 9500 PRO (BUILT BY ATI). I have no Idea of what make the ram chips in my board are. However they have HY5DU283222 F-36 217A KOR (hyundai???, hynix????) embedded on the surface of the ram chips. The chips are arranged in line (not L shaped). I tried the omegadrivers.com drivers but my card seems to max out at 310/300 (display gets garbled after that).

My questions are:

1. Can I BIOS flash my card with a 9700 PRO BIOS?? Will this result in a 9700 PRO or 9700 (non PRO)?
2. Where can I get the BIOS?

Any help will be highly appreciated.


PIV 2.8c with HTT Enabled (SP-94 With Vantec Tornado)
MSI 875P Neo-FISR PCB 2 (BIOS ver 3.2)
512Mb x 2 Kingmax (MPXC22D-383) PC-3200 CL2.5184 pin DDR DIMMs Running in DUAL CHANNEL
ATI 9500 Pro 128 Mb DDR (AGP 8x / Fast Writes Disabled / Apprature size 128 Mb)
Sound Blaster Audigy Platinum
Pioneer 16x DVD ROM / Sony 52x CD-RW
80 Gb Seagate HDD 7200 RPM
Enermax EG475P-VE SFMA 470 Watts ([email protected], [email protected], [email protected], [email protected])

L337 M33P

Jun 5, 2003
You can't get anything more out of the card with a BIOS flash. The flash was originally to turn a 4-piped, 256-bit mem bus 9500 non-pro into a 9700 non-pro. Some 9500np cards had 128 bit mem and so the flash didn't do much except turn the card into a 9500 pro.

A 9500 pro is an 8-piped 128-bit card, so no extra stuff can be attained by flashing.


Contributing Member
Nov 17, 2002
i beleive that your ram being in a straight line indicates that a flash will do nothing.

it needs to be on the SAME pcb as a 9700 in order to work. (read, ram in an L shape)