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Radeon® X1950 Pro
Getting Started Guide
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and fire, this accessory should be installed only in products equipped
with a three-wire grounding plug, a plug having a third (grounding) pin.
This plug will only fit into a grounding-type power outlet. This is a
safety feature. If you are unable to insert the plug into the outlet,
contact your electrician to replace the obsolete outlet. Do not defeat
the safety purpose of the grounding-type plug.
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Table of Contents
Installing CrossFire Graphics Cards . . . . . . . . . . 1
Installing the CrossFire Bridge Interconnects
Display Configurations
Installing Software and Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Windows New Hardware Found
Installing the Catalyst Software Suite
Enabling CrossFire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Launching Catalyst Control Center Using the Start Menu
Other Quick Launch Access Points
Welcome to CrossFire . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
CrossFire Overview
Allowable Radeon X1950 Pro CrossFire System Components 9
CrossFire Rendering Modes
CrossFire FAQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Getting Started. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
System Requirements
External Connections
Uninstall Previous Graphics Card Drivers
Reference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Product Registration
Customer Care
Additional Accessories
Compliance Information
FCC Compliance Information
Industry Canada Compliance Statement
CE Compliance Information
Informations de conformité de la CE
Getting Started
Congratulations on the purchase of your Radeon® X1950 Pro card. The
CrossFire™ Getting Started Guide will help you to successfully install your
new graphics card and associated software, and enable CrossFire™.
System Requirements
Specialized PCI Express® 450 watt or greater power
supply recommended. Consult your computer system
manual to ensure the power supply is designed to
accommodate a high-end graphics card with a peak
dissipation above 75 watts.
Windows® XP with Service Pack 2 (SP2).
Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition.
Windows® 2000.
Windows® Vista Ready.
High-resolution MultiSync or multi-frequency monitors
or any other type of VGA monitor.
Digital flat-panel (DFP) displays or digital CRT display.
Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon®.
512MB of system memory; 1GB or more for best
Optical drive for installation software (CD-ROM or
DVD-ROM drive).
If you are planning on using this graphics card as part of a
CrossFire™ system, the following is required:
A CrossFire™ certified motherboard with two (2) PCI
Express® X16 slots and correct PCIe™ chipset driver.
(See ati.com/crossfire for a list of CrossFire™
certified motherboards.)
A second Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics card
• Two CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnects.
More information on the requirements for each of these
components can be found within the CrossFire™ FAQ.
External Connections
• DVI-I output.
• 15-pin VGA.
• S-Video.
Uninstall Previous Graphics Card Drivers
To ensure the successful installation of your new Radeon® X1950 Pro card,
you must uninstall the drivers for the existing graphics card before removing
it from your computer.
To uninstall previous drivers
With your current graphics card still in your computer:
Close all applications that are currently running.
Navigate to the Control Panel and select Add/Remove Programs.
Select your current graphics card drivers and select Add/Remove. The
wizard will help you remove your current display drivers.
Note: If the previously installed graphics card has any additional
software installed, it should also be removed at this point.
Turn off your system and remove the old graphics card.
Installing CrossFire™ Graphics Cards
The following set of instructions assumes that one Radeon® X1950 Pro
graphics card has already been successfully installed in the primary slot (slot
zero), and that the secondary slot (slot one) is empty. If you have not already
done so, see the Getting Started Guide that came with the graphics card for
installation instructions.
Consult your system builder or OEM to ensure that your system has an
adequate power supply. A 450 watt or greater power supply is
recommended. PCI Express® compatible system comes with a
specialized 12V graphics card power connector.
450 Watt (or greater) Power Supply
Radeon® X1950 Pro Graphics Card
Radeon® X1950 Pro Graphics Card
2 CrossFire™-Bridge Interconnects
WARNING:Always handle the CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnects by the
connector only. Do not push or pull on the flexible circuit cable.
Turn off the computer, monitor, and other peripheral devices.
Unplug the computer’s power cord and disconnect all cables from the
back of your computer.
WARNING - Wait approximately 20 seconds after unplugging the
power cord before disconnecting a peripheral or removing a
component from the motherboard to avoid possible damage to the
Remove the computer cover.
If necessary, consult your computer’s manual for help in removing the
WARNING - Discharge your body’s static electricity by touching the
power supply or the metal surface of the computer chassis. Otherwise,
you may damage your system.
Unscrew or unfasten and remove any non-CrossFire™ supported
graphics card from your computer.
Locate the PCI Express® slots on the motherboard. If necessary, remove
the metal backplate cover from the case housing.
Align your Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics card in the secondary PCIe slot
next to the primary Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics card and press firmly
until the card is fully seated.
Installing the CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnects
WARNING - Always handle the CrossFire™ Bridge
Interconnects by the connector only. Do not push or pull on
the flexible circuit cabl
Remove protection tags from the connectors at each end of the
CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnect.
Press one end of the CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnect onto one of the
connections on one of the graphics cards.
Press the opposite end of the CrossFire™ bridge interconnect onto
corresponding connection of the second graphics card.
Repeat the above steps to connect the second CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnect
to the graphics cards.
Screw in or fasten the graphics card securely. Make sure the cables are
not interfering with anything inside the computer (for example, a
cooling fan) and replace the computer cover.
Replace the computer cover.
Reconnect any cables you have disconnected and plug in the computer’s
power cord.
Connect the monitor to the Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics card in the
primary PCIe slot. Turn on the monitor, and then your computer.
Display Configurations
Display support is only available through one display device when
CrossFire™ is active. This arrangement ensures the highest possible
performance. When CrossFire™ is active other display devices connected to
the other DVI or VGA connections on both graphics cards are rendered
If additional displays are required when CrossFire™ is active, please use either
SurroundView™ (for more information see the SurroundView™ manual) or an
additional PCI graphics card.
Windows® New Hardware Found 9
Installing Software and Drivers
This chapter will guide you through the installation of the drivers and software
associated with your Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics card.
Windows® New Hardware Found
Windows® may start the Add New Hardware Wizard to install the Standard
VGA Driver. To correctly install your new hardware:
• Cancel the Wizard if you are using Windows® XP, and proceed to
Installing the Catalyst™ Software Suite.
• If the Add New Hardware Wizard does not appear, proceed to
Installing the Catalyst™ Software Suite.
Installing the Catalyst™ Software Suite
ATI’s Catalyst™ Software Suite provides software required to enjoy all the
features of your ATI graphics card. The Catalyst™ Software Suite has several
distinct software elements, including:
• Driver
• Catalyst™ Control Center
• HydraVision™ (not included in the Express Install)
• Remote Wonder™ Software
• SurroundView™
10 Installing the Catalyst™ Software Suite
To install the Catalyst™ software suite
Note: Optical drive refers to any drive capable of reading CD-ROM
Insert the ATI Installation CD-ROM into your optical drive.
If Windows® runs the CD-ROM automatically, proceed to step 5.
Click Start > Run.
Type the following: D:\ATISETUP
(If D is not your optical drive, substitute the correct drive letter.)
Click OK.
Click Install under Software Install.
Click Next and click Yes to the license agreement.
Click ATI Easy Install to begin the Installation Wizard.
Not all software components are installed using the Express installation.
Custom installation allows you to select individual software components
for installation.
Enabling CrossFire™
To take full advantage of running dual graphics cards, you must enable
CrossFire™ and configure it in the Catalyst™ Control Center.Launching
Catalyst™ Control Center
Launch Catalyst™ Control Center from one of the following access points:
• Windows® Start Menu
• Windows® System Tray
• Desktop shortcuts
• Predefined hot keys
Launching Catalyst™ Control Center Using the Start
From the Windows® task bar, click Start:
• Click to Programs > Catalyst™ Control Center > ATI Catalyst™
Control Center.
Other Quick Launch Access Points
Launching Catalyst™ Control Center Using the System Tray
Right-click the ATI icon in the Windows® System Tray.
Select Catalyst™ Control Center from the popup menu.
Launching Catalyst™ Control Center Using the Desktop Shortcut
When you first installed Catalyst™ Control Center the setup wizard provided
you with the option of placing a shortcut on the desktop.
• Double-click the Catalyst™ Control Center desktop shortcut.
Launching Catalyst™ Control Center Using Hot Keys
• You can press the predefined combination of keys Ctrl+Alt+C to
launch Catalyst™ Control Center, or you can define your own hot key
sequence by using the Catalyst™ Control Center’s Hotkey Manager.
Enable CrossFire™
From the Tree View pane, click CrossFire™ in Advanced View.
Click Enable CrossFire™.
When CrossFire™ is successfully enabled all display devices, except the one
used by CrossFire™, will be disabled.
Note: CrossFire™ Higher Quality anti-aliasing can be adjusted in the
Catalyst™ Control Center 3D settings aspect.
CrossFire™ Overview 13
Welcome to CrossFire™
ATI CrossFire™ is the ultimate multi-GPU performance gaming platform,
using ATI CrossFire™ ready motherboards and ATI graphics cards.
CrossFire™ Overview
This section provides an overview of the main features and configurations for
CrossFire™. These topics will be covered in more detail in other chapters of
this manual.
Allowable Radeon® X1950 Pro CrossFire™ System
The basic requirements of a Radeon® X1950 Pro CrossFire™ system are:
• Two Radeon® X1950 Pro CrossFire™ graphics cards.
• A CrossFire™ Ready motherboard.
For an up-to-date listing of CrossFire™ certified motherboards see:
CrossFire™ Rendering Modes
A CrossFire™ system has four possible display modes:
• SuperTiling
• Scissor Mode
• Alternate Frame Rendering
• Super Anti-aliasing.
14 CrossFire™ Rendering Modes
The first three are performance-oriented modes, while Super Anti-aliasing is
a quality-oriented mode. Each mode uses a different method for dividing the
workload required to render a 3D image across multiple GPUs. Only one
mode can be in operation at any given time.
The ATI Catalyst™ display driver will automatically select the best of the
three performance modes when a 3D application is started, without requiring
user intervention. The user can also choose to improve image quality by
selecting the new Super Anti-aliasing modes in the Catalyst™ Control Center.
For more information on CrossFire™ Rendering Modes and the Catalyst™
Control Center, see the Radeon® X1950 Pro User’s Guide.
CrossFire™ FAQ
The following are frequently asked questions about CrossFire™.
For the latest information, please consult the CrossFire™ Web site at:
What combination of products are required to build a working
CrossFire™ system based on the Radeon® X1950 Pro?
Two components are required:
• Two Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics cards.
• Two CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnects.
• A CrossFire™ Ready motherboard with two PCIe™ x16 slots.
More information on the requirements for each of these components can
be found within this FAQ.
Radeon® X1950 Pro CrossFire™ using CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnect
What motherboards support CrossFire™?
Motherboards from other manufactures will be certified as CrossFire™
Ready when they become available. For a comprehensive list of
qualified motherboards, please consult the CrossFire™ Web site at:
Are there specific CMOS motherboard settings for CrossFire™?
On some motherboards, the CMOS may be set by default to support only
a single PCI Express® x16 slot. Ensure that both PCIe™ x16 slots are
enabled in the CMOS.
Are there any software settings required for a Radeon® X1950 Pro
CrossFire™ to work?
When all of the hardware and software has been properly set up and
installed, you can access the CrossFire™ aspect in Catalyst™ Control
To access and enable CrossFire™ in Catalyst™ Control Center, do the
• In Advanced View, click CrossFire™ and check the Enable
CrossFire™ box.
When CrossFire™ is successfully enabled, all display devices except the
one used by CrossFire™ will be disabled. Multiple monitors/displays
that are disabled when CrossFire™ is enabled reappear after CrossFire™
is disabled.
If you installed your Radeon® X1950 Pro cards in the primary and
secondary PCIe™ slots and enabled CrossFire™, when you restart your
computer CrossFire™ will automatically be enabled. Otherwise, you
must again enable CrossFire™ upon restart.
Note: In order to enable CrossFire™, the two Radeon® X1950 Pro cards
must be connected together using two CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnects.
How are the graphics cards connected on a CrossFire™ system?
Two Radeon® X1950 Pro cards are connected by two CrossFire™ Bridge
Interconnects, connecting the custom DVO ports on each card together.
To see where the DVO ports are located on the Radeon® X1950 Pro
cards, see the picture of the Radeon® X1950 Pro CrossFire™
CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnect Cable
Which games/applications work with CrossFire™?
CrossFire™ works with all 3D games and applications. If Catalyst™ A.I.
is enabled in the Catalyst™ Control Center software, the optimal
rendering mode available for the application is automatically selected.
Is a driver profile required to make CrossFire™ work?
No. CrossFire™ is enabled by default for all 3D games and applications.
What are the rendering modes, and what are their specific
The following dynamic rendering modes are available:
• SuperTiling - CrossFire™ renders alternate 32x32 pixel squares in a
fine-grained checkerboard pattern. This configuration increases
image-rendering quality, as each card processes half of the complex
3D objects in the pixel squares.
• Scissor Mode - each graphics card renders up to half of the display,
either vertically or horizontally depending on the game or application.
• Alternate Frame Rendering - the two graphics cards are used to
render alternate frames of the display. This configuration increases
the detail of the 3D objects each card can render, as each card handles
half of the total number of frames.
The features above are performance features settings automatically
selected by ATI's Catalyst™ Control Center.
You can instead enable Super Anti-aliasing, which is a display quality
mode selectable using Catalyst™ Control Center.
• Super Anti-aliasing - improves image quality by combining the
results of full-screen anti-aliasing across two graphics cards in a
CrossFire™ configuration. The two graphics cards work on different
anti-aliasing patterns within each frame.
What happens if you pair two CrossFire™ graphics cards with
different architectures?
In order for CrossFire™ to work, the Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics card
must be paired with another Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics card.
10 On what basis are different rendering modes chosen?
When Catalyst™ A.I. is enabled in Catalyst™ Control Center, it
determines the optimal rendering mode to use, based on the application
or game being used. The default rendering mode is dependant on both
the hardware configuration and the application being run; typically it
will be either Scissor or SuperTiling mode. If Catalyst™ A.I. is not
enabled, any Direct 3D® applications that are running on a system based
on graphics cards with 16-pipeline graphics processors will use
SuperTiling Mode.
11 What type of performance improvement is expected?
Performance enhancements experienced on a CrossFire™ system depend
on the application or game being used. Performance improvements can
be increased up to 100%, and the latest graphics-intensive programs will
generally see over 80% performance improvement at high resolutions
and image-quality modes.
12 How many independent displays can be connected to a CrossFire™
While CrossFire™ is designed for optimal use on a single display, it is
possible to drive multiple monitors using a CrossFire™ system when
CrossFire™ is not enabled. On a standard CrossFire™ system, it is
possible to drive four separate sets of monitors and still have one of
those displays as a dedicated CrossFire™ display. If the motherboard
contains an integrated video connection and SurroundView™ is enabled,
more displays can be added.
Additional troubleshooting tips are covered in the Reference chapter.
Troubleshooting 21
This chapter provides information on troubleshooting, where to get additional
accessories, and how to register your product, plus warranty and compliance
The following troubleshooting tips may help if you experience problems.
ATI’s documentation contains helpful installation/configuration tips and
other valuable feature information. Please contact your dealer for more
advanced troubleshooting information.
General Troubleshooting
Possible Solution
Computer Does
Not Boot-Up
Verify that the installation instructions were properly
Check that the card is properly installed in your system
and connected to your monitor.
If you have problems during start-up, restart your
computer in Safe Mode.
While starting Windows® XP, press and hold F8 until
you see the Windows® Advanced Options Menu. Use
the arrow keys to select Safe Mode, and press Enter.
Check the system configuration utility of your operating
system for the interrupt assignments.
Contact ATI’s Customer Care or your local technical
22 Troubleshooting
General Troubleshooting
Possible Solution
No Display
Screen Defects
Check that the card is seated properly in its expansion
Ensure that the monitor cable is securely fastened to
the card.
Make sure that the monitor and computer are plugged
in and receiving power.
Make sure that you selected the appropriate monitor
when you installed your enhanced driver.
Check if your monitor supports the resolution,
horizontal (kHz) and vertical (Hz) refresh rates as
required by the graphics card.
Check your current resolution, refresh rate, and color
depth settings in the Settings and Monitor tabs in your
Display Properties dialog.
Warning! Ensure that both video card and monitor
support resolution and refresh rates you select.
Incompatible resolution/refresh rate selection may result in
monitor damage. Refer to your monitor's documentation
for recommended resolutions and refresh rates.
Screen Image,
Odd Colors or No
System Warns
that Video Card
Isn’t Properly
Try adjusting the brightness, sharpness, contrast, and
color balance controls of your monitor.
Try adjusting the centering and positioning controls of
your monitor to position the picture on the screen
Set the monitor's RGB inputs (and sync switches, if this
option is available) to 75 Ohms, with the sync set to
Digital Flat Panel (DFP) monitor users: refer to your
monitor's documentation for the appropriate cable and
connector to plug into the DVI-I connector on the
graphics card.
Check the driver installation and make sure that all
software is correctly loaded corresponding to your
operating system and applications.
Remove and re-install the ATI drivers for your Radeon®
X1950 Pro card.
Troubleshooting 23
CrossFire™-Specific Troubleshooting
Possible Solution
CrossFire™ is Not
In order for CrossFire™ to function, the CrossFire™ Bridge
Interconnects must correctly connect the CrossFire™
graphics cards.
1. Connect one end of the CrossFire™ Bridge
Interconnect to the internal VMO connection on one of
the cards.
2. Connect the other end of the CrossFire™ Bridge
Interconnect to the corresponding internal VMO
connection of the other card.
3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to connect the second
CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnect.
4. Connect the DVI-I connector to your monitor.
CrossFire™ can
be enabled, you
need to close the
3D application or
video playback
that is currently
You cannot enable CrossFire™ in the Catalyst™ Control
Center if a 3D application, game, or video playback, such
as a DVD movie, is running.
Close all open 3D applications, games, and movie player
applications then enable CrossFire™.
Aspect in
Catalyst™ Control
Center is Not
Ensure the CrossFire™ Bridge Interconnects have been
correctly attached. The CrossFire™ aspect is only
available when the two Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics
cards have been correctly installed and connected
“CrossFire™ Is
This error occurred because CrossFire™ did not correctly
detect your graphics hardware or there is a problem with
the software.
• Check the graphics cards are installed correctly.
• Check the interconnects are installed correctly.
• Close all running 3D applications.
• Re-install the Catalyst™ Control Center.
For information on installing the software see the Getting
Started Guide that came with your graphics card.
24 Troubleshooting
CrossFire™-Specific Troubleshooting
Possible Solution
Screen Rotation
Function Does
Not Work or is
Screen rotation is not an available feature on CrossFire™
Video displays
flicker during
system startup
This is a normal as CrossFire™ starts up.
CrossFire™ starts
in software mode
This is a normal when starting up for the first time after
installing two Radeon® X1950 Pro graphics cards if neither
card is installed in the primary PCI Express® slot. You can
change the CrossFire™ mode in the Catalyst™ Control
HDTV/HDTV Adapter Troubleshooting
Possible Solution
The colors on my
TV display are
Ensure that the connections between the Component
Video Adapter and your HDTV are correct (Y=Green,
Pb=Blue, Pr=Red).
There is no
display on my TV
Your TV will not display anything until Windows starts;
this may take several minutes.
Set your TV to YPbPr input.
Ensure that the HDTV Component Video Adapter is
properly connected, then restart your computer.
DVDs will not
play in 720p or
1080i modes
Copy-protected DVDs restrict playback to 480i and
480p modes.
I can’t see the
entire display
If your component input device supports it, try 720p
The display
appears tilted
Consult your HDTV user’s manual.
Additional Accessories 27
Additional Accessories
Additional and replacement cables, installation CD-ROMs, manuals, and
other accessories for ATI products can be purchased from the online ATI store
Compliance Information
This section details the compliance information for this product.
FCC Compliance Information
This Radeon® product complies with FCC Rules part 15. Operation is subject to
the following two conditions
• This device may not cause harmful interference.
• This device must accept any interference received, including interference that
may cause undesired operation.
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with manufacturer's instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a
particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception,
which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following measures:
Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
The use of shielded cables for connection of the monitor to the graphics card is
required to ensure compliance with FCC regulations. Changes or modifications to
this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could
void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
28 Compliance Information
Industry Canada Compliance Statement
ICES-003 This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003.
Cet appareil numérique de la Classe B est conforme à la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
For further compliance information:
ATI Research Inc.
62 Forest Street.
Marlborough, MA
CE Compliance Information
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC and amendments 91/263/EEC, 92/31/EEC and 93/68/EEC, Class B Digital
Device EN 55022:2003/CISPR 22 Class B, Limits and Methods of Measurement of Radio Interference
Characteristics Information Technology Equipment.
EN 55024:1998/CISPR 24:1997 +A1:2001 +A2:2003, Immunity of Information Technology Equipment (ITE),
including EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4, EN 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-6
Informations de conformité de la CE
Directive EMC 89/336/CEE et amendements 92/31/CEE et 93/68/CEE, pour dispositif numérique de Classe
EN 55022:2003/CISPR 22:1997, - Classe B - Limites et méthodes de mesure des caractéristiques
d'interférences radiophoniques, Matériel des technologies de l'information.
EN 55024:1998/CISPR 24:1997 +A1:2001 +A2:2003, Norme sur l'immunité de matériel des technologies
de l'information, et comprenant EN 61000-4-2, EN 61000-4-3, EN 61000-4-4, EN 61000-4-5, EN 61000-4-6
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