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ATI Radeon X1950 Pro


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Based on the RV570 GPU, this graphics card features 256/512MB GDDR3 memory on a 256-bit memory interface, 580/1380 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.


ATI Radeon X1950 Pro Reviews Rating: 85 out of 100 based on 1 rating.

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Anandtech  --- Oct 17 '06
ChileHardware  --- Jan 05 '07
Hot Hardware  --- Oct 17 '06  --- Oct 17 '06
PC Perspective  --- Oct 17 '06
Rage 3D  --- Oct 19 '06
SharkyExtreme 8.5/10 Apr 11 '07
Tech Report  --- Oct 17 '06
The Tech Lounge  --- Oct 16 '06
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ATI Radeon X1950 Pro Review X-bit labs -- Nov 03 '06

Anandtech on Oct 17 '06

"All in all, the X1950 Pro is the performance leader at the $200 mark. We heartily recommend it for any gamer with a couple c-notes to drop on graphics hardware. This card is an excellent..."

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"ATI delivers a well polished product, and most importantly, a great CrossFire experience to the mainstream market. With lower power usage, low heat output, and virtually no noise the X1950 Pro is..."

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PC Perspective on Oct 17 '06

"The new ATI Radeon X1950 Pro is a great mid-range enthusiast graphics card that offers best in class performance as well high levels of image quality offering the user a great selection of choices..."

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Rage 3D on Oct 20 '06

"Just $199 for the X1950 Pro is a pretty sweet deal. Compared to the 7900 GS it’s definitely faster and scales just as well in Crossfire with the new internal bridges. It’s also very quiet,..."

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Tech Report on Oct 17 '06

"Pinned down and forced to choose strictly between the Radeon X1950 Pro and the GeForce 7900 GS, I'd most likely pick the Radeon X1950 Pro for use in my own system. Nvidia's iffy texture filtering..."

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