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512MB Club 3D Radeon X1900XTX £105.75 inc VAT

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  1. jocksteeluk

    jocksteeluk New Member

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    The Club 3D X1900 XTX, sets the new reference by combining ultra fast and intensive gaming with top quality video playback. It represents cutting edge engineering to break all existing speed records. The incredible speed of the Club 3D X1900 XTX is coming from the most advanced and efficient piece of silicon for 3D games the world has ever seen, the ATI flagship for 3D, also known as the R580 graphical processor. The X1900 XTX is the fastest model of this chipset and therefore guarantees that you have an advantage over all your friends and “foes” by having higher frame rates, sharper images, more advanced technology and more detail when challenging them in today’s most demanding and popular PC games. When you are deadly serious about gaming, there is no room for compromise. Second place does not count, therefore only the fastest Graphics card in this world, the Club 3D X1900 XTX, is the right hardware for you.

    Main Features

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    * 48 Pixel Shader Processors
    * 8 Vertex Shader Processors
    * DirectX 9.x compliant
    * Shader Model 3 support
    * HDR + FSAA at the same time!
    * Multiple Render Targets
    * Up to 16x Anisotropic Filtering
    * Up to 6x Multi Sampling Anti Aliasing
    * Up to 12x Temporal Multi Sampling Anti Aliasing
    * Full Screen Anti Aliasing Gamma Correction
    * Avivo
    * Video Gamma Correction
    * 3Dc Normal Map Compression
    * Video In, Video Out
    * HDMI Ready

    £90.00 ex VAT, £105.75 inc VAT
    http://www.cclonline.com/product-info.asp?product_id=10283&category_id=528&manufacturer_id=0#
     
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    ShadowFold New Member

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    Isnt that around 180$ US?
     
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    sneekypeet Unpaid Babysitter Staff Member

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    I dont think Im wrong on this one...but wasnt that the best X1K series card made? It out performs the X1950XTX. Great find for the nostalgic buyer!

    Still...agreed there are way better bang for your buck deals!
     
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  5. Xaser04

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    Why would you buy this over an equally priced HD3850 512mb?!
     
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    wrong, the 1950XTX did certainly outperform the 1900s though very marginally and it was simply due to faster GDDR4 memory

    but yeah this deal is not so hot :(
     
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    Now £82.25 inc VAT!
     

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