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Radeon X1900 XTX To Score Over 11K?

We came to know that Radeon X1900 XTX (R580) will officially be clocked at 650MHz core and 1550Mhz for the memory while the X1900 XT will be officially clocked at 625MHz / 1450MHz. The reason for the lower memory clocks for X1900 XT is unclear yet since the X1800XT is

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ATi R580 Die Exposed

Our friends over at HKEPC has got hold of a X1900XTX card already and the R580 die size is noticeably larger than the R520. If the process technology remains at 90nm for the R580, the estimated number of transistors stand at 350M or more compared to 321M for the R520.

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ATi R580 Comes In 3 Flavors

ATi R580 is still on track for launch on 24th January and the official name will be Radeon X1900 series then. There will be cards availability on the day of launch from the AIB partners but we chose to keep our fingers crossed here. There will be 3 flavors at

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ATi All-In-Wonder 2006 PCI Express Edition

ATI announced All-In-Wonder® 2006 PCI Express® Edition. This new multi-function video card offers consumers an easy choice when it comes to playing great games, listening to FM radio and watching/recording/pausing live TV. Adobe® Premiere® Elements 2.0 is bundled with the product to help edit professional style videos. All-In-Wonder 2006 PCI

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Albatron AGP6800GS

Albatron recently announced the new AGP6800GS VGA card featuring an NVIDIA®GeForceTM 6 series GPU for AGP based mainboards. With the AGP6800GS, you are looking at fairly serious gaming equipment. The engine core is rated at a speedy 350 MHz and contains 12 pipelines. This card also has a very attractive

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NVIDIA G80 In Mid 2006

ATI has accelerated production of its R580, an upgrade of its current 90nm flagship chip. By adding the R580 to stimulate demand, ATI expects its 90nm GPUs to become the main force of its mid-range and high-end GPU lines in the first quarter of 2006. ATI’s failure to meet its

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ASUS EAX1800XT TOP

Being a one of the best innovator in both graphics and motherboard segment, ASUS has once again cooked up something extraordinary. Its latest product, the EAX1800XT TOP features a clock speed of 695Mhz for the core and 1600MHz for the memory, made complete with a custom designed cooling solution. Can

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R580 To Launch w/ RD580

ATI plans to introduce a RD580 chipset and R580 GPU together by the end of January. R580 will have 16 pipelines and 48 pixel shaders and RD580 is a "two by sixteen" PCIe lane motherboard. ATI is working on world wide availability at launch time. NVIDIA will do the same

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Sapphire Leadership In ATi Graphics

Dave Orton, CEO of ATI, just confirmed Sapphire’s Number 1 position with ATI at Sapphire’s Worldwide Sales and Marketing meeting. "Thank you for all of your support of ATI in 2005. Sapphire is ATI's largest and best performing partner World Wide,” he said. “We have the highest confidence in Sapphire."

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PowerColor Radeon X800GTO 16

The PowerColor X800GTO 16 promises 16 (instead of the normal 12) pixel pipelines straight out of the box while maintaining a retail price similar to most of the other 12 pipes GTOs. VR-Zone takes a closer look at how this card stands against the rest of the competition like the

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Inno3D GeForce 6200 TC

With the release of Nvidia 7800GTX series and ATI X1800 series flagships, every gamer's dream is to own the best and the fastest 3D accelerator graphics card available in the market. In midst of all the excitement, Nvidia has not forgotten those who consider themselves as casual gamers. VR-Zone investigates

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PowerColor Radeon X1800XT

ATi's answer to the top end NVIDIA Geforce 7800GTX, the Powercolor Radeon X1800XT is certainly one of the fastest ATi card you can buy today. Let's see how its gaming performance fare compared to NVIDIA's GeForce 7800 GTX as well as the overclockability of the X1800 XT card. (more…)

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GeCube Radeon 1300/X1600 AGP

Info-Tek Corporation, the major supplier of the world’s leading graphics card brand GECUBE™, today announced the world’s first GECUBE RADEON X1000 AGP Series Graphics products with the launch of the GECUBE RADEON® X1300 and GECUBE RADEON® X1600 graphics cards. This simultaneous release of the GECUBE RADEON® X1300 and GECUBE RADEON®

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Sapphire X1800 XT Performance Edition

Sapphire just announced a Performance Edition of the top of the range RADEON X1800XT - a pre-overclocked version which will deliver stunning performance with its 512MB DDR3 and raised clock speeds of 700MHz core and 800Mhz memory (=1600MHz data rate!). Not just Sapphire, ASUS too has their EAX1800XT Top version

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Sapphire Ships X1600 Series

Sapphire Technology is now shipping its latest series of graphics accelerators based on an exciting new architecture delivering the most sophisticated yet affordable graphics processing solutions in the midrange market. The Sapphire RADEON X1600XT delivers the highest graphics performance in its class. Equipped with 256MB of GDDR3 memory, this model

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ATi Radeon X1900 (R580) Info

ATi plans to push out their R580 graphics core in Q1 next year to replace the current R520 therefore X1800 XT will probably have only 6 months of life span. The new graphics series based on the R580 architecture will be known as X1900 and will be pin to pin

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