You guys should see a number of Radeon 9700 reviews today, but not here at TR. ATI told me we'd have a card for review, and I cleared off my schedule for the weekend in order to get the review done. But ATI didn't deliver on the card. I don't know what to say, guys. We work hard around here to provide you with some of the best graphics coverage anywhere, and I'm proud of the results. Apparently, ATI doesn't think enough of its product to let it withstand the scrutiny of a TR review on launch day.
We will work toward getting a Radeon 9700 Pro card as soon as they're actually available so we can produce a fair, in-depth review. Graphics companies may not have the guts to let us be among the first with a review, but they can't keep us from being among the best.
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