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Power Color Radeon X800 GT


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Based on the R480 GPU, this graphics card features 256MB DDR SDRAM memory on a 256-bit DDR memory interface, 475/980 MHz core/GDDR3 memory clock speeds, and 8 parallel rendering pipelines. Comes with HDTV and dual DVI connectors. DirectX 9.0 and OpenGL 2.0 API support. Compatible with the x16 PCI Express interconnect bus standard only.


Power Color Radeon X800 GT Reviews Rating: 92 out of 100 based on 4 ratings.

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Neoseeker  --- Oct 22 '05
Bjorn3D 9.0/10 Aug 08 '05
Elite Bastards  --- Sep 27 '05
Got Apex? 9/10 Nov 07 '05
HardOCP  --- Sep 06 '05
Hardware Zone 4.5/5 Aug 08 '05
Hexus  --- Aug 18 '05
InsaneTek  --- Nov 16 '05
Overclockers NZ  --- Sep 29 '05
SiliconFactor 93% Aug 29 '05
X-bit labs  --- Sep 30 '05
Xtreme Resources 9.5/10 Oct 26 '05
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Power Color Radeon X800 GT Roundups and Shootouts

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Power Color Radeon X800 GT Review iXBT Hardware -- Sep 15 '05
Power Color Radeon X800 GT Review Tweak Town -- Oct 04 '05

Bjorn3D on Aug 08 '05

"In the end, RADEON X800 GT's beauty is its R480 core. Though cut down to 8 pixel pipelines, you get great performance at a reasonable price."

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Elite Bastards on Sep 28 '05

"For me personally, the GeForce 6600GT is still the way to go overall taking into account both performance and features, but the final decision should probably be based just as much on what kind of..."

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Got Apex? on Nov 08 '05

"The PowerColor X800GT card delivers good performance for a mid-end budget card. For $150 or so you can get some decent frame rates at lower resolutions without breaking the bank. The overlocking..."

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HardOCP on Sep 07 '05

"PowerColor has done a great job with this video card adding in a little overclocking spice for the enthusiasts out there. If you are an overclocker, you will want to get the most performance for..."

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Hardware Zone on Aug 09 '05

"By all accounts, it follows the standard design and clock speeds, though PowerColor has included a better than average bundle. The overclocking margin was fairly good and should tempt the..."

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