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Friday, November 05, 2004
PowerColor X600XT

1. Introduction

01 - Introduction

Powercolor is the third largest provider of VGA cards and possibly the largest when it comes to ATI cards. We had previously reviewed Powercolor's X300 which proved to be the best overclocker currently available on storeshelves. This time, we present Powercolor's leading card for the mid-to-high end market, the X600 XT. As its name gracefully suggests, the X600 is the next generation version of the 9600 chipset.

- Packaging - Bundle

The packaging is the same as with the X300. The most important details of the card can be seen on the front: 128MB of memory, 128-bit memory bus and it's PCI-Express slot type along with OpenGL, DirectX support and finally DDR memory.


Inside the package, you'll find the DVI-I Connector for inputting video using a camera or some other device to your computer, an S-Video and a composite cable so you can use your tv or projector as a screen, and of course a printed version of the card's manual.

Just as with the X300, inside the package you will find the "ProPack" containing the full version of Hitman: Contracts, Cyberlink DVD Solution Suite (featuring Powerdirector, Mediashow, PowerDVD,PowerProducer DVD and Power2Go) and of course a CD with ATi's drivers and some additional utilities.




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