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Asus EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M

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About the Product

Based on the RV570 GPU, this graphics card features 256MB GDDR3 memory on a 256-bit memory interface, 581/1400 MHz core/memory clock speeds, 36/8/12 pixel/vertex/texture units and Avivo Video technology support. Features S-Video and dual DVI outputs. DirectX 9.0 and OpenGL 2.0 API support. Compatible with the x16 PCI Express interconnect bus standard only.

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Asus EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M Reviews Rating: 85 out of 100 based on 4 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
Neoseeker  --- Feb 28 '07
AMD Zone 97% Nov 27 '06
CPU3D.com  --- Nov 29 '06
Elite Bastards  --- Oct 24 '06
Gamepyre 89/100 Nov 29 '06
HardOCP  --- Mar 11 '07
Hardware Zone 4/5 Oct 20 '06
PC Stats 84% Nov 29 '06
Phoronix 8/10 Dec 09 '06
SharkyExtreme 9/10 Feb 08 '07
TechSpot  --- Dec 01 '06
Viper's Lair  --- Feb 21 '07
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Asus EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M Roundups and Shootouts

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Asus EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M Review Boot Daily -- Feb 27 '07
Asus EAX1950PRO/HTDP/256M Review Hot Hardware -- Dec 27 '06

AMD Zone on

"On Asus side we have to give them props for trying something different and they also are currently the cheapest 1950Pro on the market today. This is probably because they include no game in their..."

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CPU3D.com on

"The Asus EAX1950 Pro performed well, it gave more than a decent score, some results were almost as good as it's bigger brother EAX1950XTX, but when it came to HDR processing it showed it's..."

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Elite Bastards on

"To sum up then, if you're after a graphics board in this price range, and you don't want to wait for suitably priced DirectX 10 graphics boards to turn up, the Radeon X1950 PRO is most definitely..."

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Gamepyre on

"The ASUS EAX1950Pro is an excellent buy for the consumer at $199 retail. It has all of the DirectX 9.0c features that you would want for today’s computer games and the performance that outstrips..."

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HardOCP on

"While the GeForce 7900 GS was slightly faster in a couple of games, that advantage did not translate into any visual gaming experience improvements. The ASUS EAX1950 Pro in fact provided a better..."

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