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ATI Radeon X1800 XT CrossFire Edition


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Based on the RV520 GPU, this PCI-E graphics card features 256/512MB GDDR3 memory on a 256-bit memory interface, 625/1500 MHz core/memory clock speeds, 16 parallel rendering pipelines and Avivo Video technology support. Features ATI DMS (for CrossFire dongle) and DVI outputs. DirectX 9.0 and OpenGL 2.0 API support. Can function as a "master" card in CrossFire dual video card setups (supports X1800-based cards as "slaves"; CrossFire-ready motherboard required).


ATI Radeon X1800 XT CrossFire Edition Reviews Rating: 75 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Anandtech  --- Dec 20 '05
Beyond3D  --- Dec 20 '05
FiringSquad  --- Dec 20 '05
Guru3D  --- Dec 19 '05
HardOCP  --- Jan 08 '06
HardwareHeaven  --- Jan 02 '06
Hot Hardware  --- Dec 19 '05
PC Perspective  --- Dec 20 '05
SimHQ 7.5/10 Feb 13 '06
TBreak  --- Jan 23 '06
Tech Report  --- Dec 12 '05
X-bit labs  --- Jan 23 '06
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Anandtech on Dec 21 '05

"Performance is one of the high points of CrossFire in general. In many cases, the X1800 XT in CrossFire performs between the 7800 GTX SLI and 7800 GTX 512 SLI setups. Things may heat up even more..."

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HardOCP on Jan 09 '06

"The bottom line is that the Radeon X1800 XT is still playing catch up on the single card front with a single GeForce 7800 GTX 512. But since the GeForce 7800 GTX 512 is so scarce right now, that..."

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PC Perspective on Dec 20 '05

"The X1800 XT CrossFire master card is finally here and all the issues and problems (well most) with the original CrossFire release have been addressed. It's not as elegant as SLI yet, but..."

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SimHQ on Feb 15 '06

"...CrossFire is not quite ready for the simulation community. ATI needs to either work far harder at adding additional game profiles to their Catalyst driver suite or at giving the end user the..."

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Tech Report on Dec 12 '05

"Dropping a $599 CrossFire card into your system and lopping off half of its RAM and much of its performance potential isn't the brightest of moves. That solution sacrificies too much, in my view...."

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