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Originally Posted by [USRF]Obiwanhmmz.. i rather wait for the first dx10 card...
At a first glance, you would be right to think that the Radeon X1900XTX reference card is physically the same as the Radeon X1800XT reference card.
The MSRP is US$549 for the 512MB X1900 XT and US$649 X1900 XTX. In the UK, the pricing is £349 and £399 respectively, but this is excluding VAT. By the time you add Gordon Brown's 17.5% you're looking at £411.19 and £469.94.
Originally Posted by Hamishdoes this mean the HSF fittings are the same between them? i hope so :D
scan have the XT for £328+vat
1 more thing, is there going to be an x1900xl? if so how's it gonig to differ, just lower clocks again or less pixel wotsits :p
However, they've got to improve the image quality if they're going to compete through and through.
Originally Posted by bigzyes, they're the same ;)
Originally Posted by bigz
I don't think so, there'll be an All-In-Wonder with lower clocks and a single slot cooler though. :)
Originally Posted by rupbertI assume ATIs release of the x1900 has forced Nvidia to bring the release forward?
Would be interesting to see x1900 vx 7900...
Do you mean in terms of actual noticable image fidelity, or framerate performance (I assume you are talking specfically about AA?)
Originally Posted by Aphex_i don't suppouse there is any word on the head room for overclocking, assumedly if the xtx uses the same hsf then the xt should be able to be pushed up towards its speeds, any word on the ram [chip codes] as well?
i'm sure ppl with a watercooling system are drooling at this as if the card doesn't use high gear on the stock hsf then there must be some room left.
are any aib's likely to sel pre-overclocked btw?
Originally Posted by [sinz]I'm a bit confused. For a crossfire setup, one would use a regular X1900XTX and then for the second card you'd use the X1900 CrossFire edition? e.g. you don't use two of the same card in a Crossfire configuration?
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