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ATI Radeon X1950 XTX Review and CrossFire Evaluation
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ATI’s New High End and Mid Range: Radeon X XTX & X XT MB
For this application, the RV will be clocked at MHz and paired with MHz memory, so performance should be quite a bit lower than the X Pro. Log in Don’t have an account? However, the XT should easily be the fastest Radeon X thanks to its 12 pixel shader processors, five vertex shader processors, and eight Z-compare units, versus the RV’s four of each.
Graphics Previous page Next page. Is there an adaptor? Neutronbeam Zak, you know you can’t validate any of the above details without first throwing We have the new X and X cards in our hot little hands for testing, but we haven’t get gotten our mitts on the other two cards ATI is cooking up.
ATI Radeon X XTX Specs – CNET
Sign up now Username Password Remember Me. Such things take time, though, so both products will probably linger in the market for some time to come. I’m about xrossfire drop a grand on video cards so that piece of info may come in handy. The X XT is effectively a rebadged X Pro, and thus should offer a significant performance boost over the rest of the X family. Today is a day of dance remixes for ATI. Customize The Tech Report Think twice about saving that ten bucks, folks.
The folks at Connect3D are even more oriented toward selling through online crrossfire, and they were willing to give us a sense of likely pricing at e-tailers. On the left above is the next stop in our tour through the new Radeons. At the high end we’ve got the final two cards that round out today’s launch: Crosssfire won’t doubt that the thing is real copper when you pick it up; it carries more heft than a U.
Note that although ATI is lifting the veil on its five new products today, you won’t actually be able to buy any of them until September 4th on the high end with no real availability until the 14th. Still, the much-ballyhooed talk of six-month crossfier cycles and the breakneck pace of change is a little bit overheated.
Both Diamond and Connect3D told us they were considering producing liquid-cooled versions of the Radeon X XTX, as well, although those products aren’t x1950ztx to arrive in the first wave of X cards.
The new cooler is also endowed with zti heatpipe that pulls heat away from the GPU into a battalion of copper fins. You get the same performance, same features and better flexibility with the CrossFire card so why not? Dell returns to the stock market after six years. Diamond is planning a full lineup of new Radeons from top to bottom, and they were willing to divulge suggested retail pricing for those products.
ATI’s New High End and Mid Range: Radeon X1950 XTX & X1900 XT 256MB
Unfortunately, it will take some time for all inventory to dry up, but when it does ATI hopes to have the following cards in its lineup:.
We’re still waiting for ATI to send us our X XT and X Pro samples, and we will follow up in the coming weeks with a radron at the performance of those offerings as well. Keep reading for the info on ATI’s revamped lineup, including our tests of the most appealing cards for enthusiasts.