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Tuesday, January 24, 2006
Club3D X1800XT

3. A Closer Look

The Club3D X1800XT is based on the ATI 109-A52031-20 PCB with redesigned power supply circuits for better stability. Compared to the previous 109-A52031-10 PCB, it means that if the card is flashed with a new BIOS, it would allow higher voltages which would allow high clock frequencies. However, when this information arrived at our labs, it was a little too late to test the card as the card had already been returned.

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At first glance the X1800XT looks a lot like an X850XT

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The rear of the Club3D X1800XT

A metallic cover heatsink is something new

8 covers cool and protect the memory components underneath the heatsink


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Removing the heatsink reveals the R520 chipset.


The memory used by the Club3D X1800XT is the Samsung K4J52324QC-BJ12.


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The heart of the X1800XT




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