Asus EAX1950PRO CrossFire/HTDP/256M Pro Reviews
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"On the other hand, if you're already the owner of a Radeon X1950 PRO, have a requisite, CrossFire supporting motherboard, and find yourself wanting some more rendering power for your system (after buying a bigger monitor and wanting to game at a higher resolution perhaps), then buying a second board to complement your existing one may well be a great bit of business. From our testing today, two EAX1950PROs in CrossFire have proved themselves playable in all of our latest game titles at 1600x1200 with anti-aliasing and anisotropic filtering, compared to a baseline of 1280x1024 with those same settings for a single board. Although it may not offer you all of the bells and whistles of a move to a DirectX 10 part and all that entails, gaming at that kind of resolution with a decent amount of eye candy is still a beautiful sight to behold, and that's without even mentioning other goodies such as SuperAA."
"All in all the X1950 Pro is a very decent card and performs very well compared to ATI's current gen of cards and nVidia's price-rival. Crossfire is a much improved implementation to when I last visited it and the inclusion of an internal dongle means that you keep your case tidy."
"I am impressed with this card, no questions! Not to conclude right there though, I will explain why. Compared to the 7900GT which costs around $20 more, the EAX1950PRO kept on par with it's performance. Each one of the cards out performed each other in various tests though, so either card you choose will do a great job at keeping you happy."
"When it is all said and done the ASUS card is the better deal. It outperformed the Sapphire X1900 XT in most of the tests and is around $170 compared to Sapphire's hefty price tag of around $260. With all the factors counted in, the better performance, quite running, and price you have to go for the ASUS EAX1950 Pro."
"With the ASUS EAX1950PRO and EAX1950PRO CROSSFIRE being under $200 each, the budget gamer will love its performance and price."