Friday, February 16th 2007

GeCube Releases X1950XTX AGP Graphics Card with X-Turbo Cooling

GeCube Releases X1950XT AGP Graphics Card with X-Turbo Cooling

GeCube has launched a 256MB GDDR3 version of the ATI Radeon X1950XT graphics card for AGP 8X interface. According to GeCube the AGP 8X interface version of the card has the equal performance as the PCI-Express interface version. Based on ATI Radeon R580+(90nm) GPU and cooled by GECUBE's exclusive X-Turbo Thermo Electric Chip (TEC) cooling the card works at 648MHz, or can be slightly overclocked to 675MHz core speeds, while maintaing 70~80'C operating temps and 28dB noise levels. The X1950XT supports DirectX 9, Shader Model 3.0 and has 48 pixel pipelines. It also supports High Definition Content Protection (HDCP), Blu-ray, HD DVD, 1080i, and high-definition video output. For more detailed product information, please click here.

Source: GeCube
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28 Comments on GeCube Releases X1950XTX AGP Graphics Card with X-Turbo Cooling

#1
pt
not a suicide-bomber
anticlutch said:
If it's such a small difference why move on to PCI-E at all (apart from the companies making more money)?
pci-e are cheaper to make nowadays ;)
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evil bill
anticlutch said:
If it's such a small difference why move on to PCI-E at all (apart from the companies making more money)?
Top End G80 and R600's will need the extra bandwidth of PCIe x16, but up til now I don't think any DX9 cards have even used what PCIe x8 offers. And that's the same as AGP.
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Completely Bonkers
A new house is cheaper to make nowadays.... move out of your old house!
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