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Friday, June 02, 2006
PowerColor X1900GT

2. A Closer Look

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The PowerColor X1900 GT is CrossFire enabled, which means that if you add a CrossFire Master card, it can work in CrossFire mode giving higher performance.

A Closer look at the cooler's artwork...

A Closer look on the card's fan...

The R580 chip is the second generation 90 nanometer GPU from ATI.

Samsung memory modules...

The PowerColor X1900 GT offers dual DVI-I connectors and an S-Video TV-out connection...

On the back, you will find the standard PCI-E power connector, which requires at least a 450-Watt power supply.

OK, let's move on to the tests and testbed system.




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