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Power Color Radeon X1950 Pro Extreme

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About the Product

Based on the RV570 GPU, this graphics card features 256/512MB GDDR3 memory on a 256-bit memory interface, 600/1400 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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Power Color Radeon X1950 Pro Extreme Reviews Rating: 94 out of 100 based on 3 ratings.

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Bjorn3D 9.5/10 Oct 27 '06
DriverHeaven  --- Dec 01 '06
Guru3d  --- Oct 17 '06
HardOCP  --- Jan 31 '07
Hardware Secrets  --- Mar 14 '07
Hardware Zone 4.5/5 Oct 17 '06
I4U 9.5/10 Jan 23 '07
MVKTech  --- Oct 17 '06
OCWorkbench.com  --- Oct 17 '06
Technic3D  --- Oct 17 '06
X-bit labs  --- Dec 19 '06
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Power Color Radeon X1950 Pro Extreme Roundups and Shootouts

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Power Color Radeon X1950 Pro Extreme Review MadShrimps -- Dec 12 '06

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"If you were to buy X1800 XT, but don't have enough money get X1950 PRO with native CrossFire support. Later on get another one of those and you'll be set for a long time. Getting X1900 GT instead..."

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DriverHeaven on

"As with all ATI cards video enthusiasts will get a card that is capable of high quality video playback at relatively low CPU usage. Gamers looking for a high performance video card on a limited..."

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"Playing games at 1600x1200 with high IQ settings enabled is simply not at all an issue, everything plays silky smooth in terms of way above average framerates. You just do not need to compromise on..."

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HardOCP on

"The PowerColor Radeon X1950 PRO Extreme 256 MB is a very competitive video card, when compared with the GeForce 7900 GS. Buyers concerned about noise can rest easy with this video card. It is just..."

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"Radeon X1950 Pro is an interesting competitor to GeForce 7900 GT – if you don’t play Quake 4 or Doom 3, of course. This model from PowerColor can be found for USD 250, on average, ten to fifteen..."

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