Page 1 of 9. Find out about this and many other reviews by joining the Weekly PCstats. Complex little chip isn’t it? Beginners Guides Cases and Access. Introduction Introduction The ATI Radeon X PRO has been launched for a couple of days now and press releases announcing the various offerings from vendors have been making the rounds.
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Aeus the pages ahead, we’re going to assess the overall features and performance of each card and then weigh in with our opinion on Asus two latest ATI-centric creations.
Here’s a snap of it:. One thing that quickly struck me was the sheer size of the card. The manual was a bit generic, not covering proper cable installation in CrossFire configurations, which was surprising.
Which is somewhat surprising, as one would think this time of year would be ideal for new product announcements. Asus have an another, identical videocard with the ‘crossfire’ name branded on the box that does ship with two cables, but what’s the point of this? Call of Duty 2, Oblivion 5. This site is intended for informational and entertainment purposes only.
Looking through all these releases, we noticed a trend of these vendors preferring third party or in-house customized coolers.
Related Articles Here are a few other articles that you might enjoy as well To find out more, including ssus to control cookies, see here: Like the XXT, this card also arrived in a very thin box. Last week, we took the XXT for a spin. ASUS obviously was going for the quietest solution. If you are familiar with the cooler ATI throws on their cardsyou will probably notice that this one is nothing like it.
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It delivers performance a class above its price point, and although we were unable to test the Native Crossfire, we like the improved bridge interconnect card system ATI now employ. The only difference is the lack of a second DVI connector and also a game.
Looking through all these releases, we noticed a trend of these vendors preferring third party or in-house customized coolers. Here’s a snap of it:. Reviews News Blogs Shop.
Introduction Introduction The Eqx1950pro Radeon X PRO has been launched for a couple of days now and press releases announcing the various offerings from vendors have been making the rounds.
ASUS Unveils EAXPRO GPU with Advanced Heatsink and Fan
Finding your perfect notebook match It’s surprisingly easy with Lenovo’s range, customizations, and deals The ultimate mobile gaming performance The all-new Razer Qsus 2. Gone are clumsy external connector cables and the need for a CrossFire Master videocards, now you can connect two vanilla Radeon X Pros together for dual videocard rendering goodness Affordable, Aus Media Streaming. DirectX10 is not supported. Although it does occupy two expansion card spaces, only one bracket is used.
To protect the silicon from damage, ATi places a shim around the edge of the OGLA chip substrate, which asud prevent the heatsink from causing damage.
Therefore, we can’t help but wonder if ATI’s reference cooler may not be as good as advertised or it’s just the vendors trying to differentiate their products. Clearly this is a mainstream card aimed at a mainstream audience. The bundled in accessories are limited to the basics; a component output splitter cable, power cord, and DVI-to-Analog adaptor. The rest of the market is still full of great material that is OpenGL or DirectX 9-based leaving the current line of ATI graphics cards as a viable options for all but the most demanding of enthusiasts.
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