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No we didn't forget the "e", it is actually PCI

VisionTek has released the first PCI graphics card since the NVIDIA GeForce FX5200 and ATI Radeon 9250 was available in PCI. The new VisionTek Radeon X1300 256MB PCI provides users that lack AGP or PCI Express expansion capabilities with a new upgrade path. Based on the ATI Radeon X1300 graphics processor, the VisionTek Radeon X1300 256MB PCI features four pixel shaders and two vertex shaders. It also features a 450 MHz core and 533 MHz memory clock.

Features such as ATI’s AVIVO video processing is also supported with the VisionTek Radeon X1300 256MB PCI. Output capabilities of the VisionTek Radeon X1300 256MB PCI include VGA d-sub, dual-link DVI-I and TV-out. Component HDTV, S-Video and composite video out capabilities are supported, though a separate cable or adapter is required. VisionTek does not bundle the required TV-out adapters or cables.

The VisionTek Radeon X1300 256MB PCI is available immediately from online and bricks and mortar retailers for $129.99.

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By Cunthor01 on 9/2/2006 7:15:02 AM , Rating: 2
Sweet! I can throw away the beasty TNT2 M64, and stick this mofo in my P166... <Sigh> only if they came out in ISA flavour for my 486-DX4 :/

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By lemonadesoda on 9/2/2006 7:23:22 AM , Rating: 2
Here's your chance to pick up a Socket 4 mainboard with PCI for your old 486DX4. LOL

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By johnsonx on 9/3/2006 4:46:19 PM , Rating: 2
Actually that's an old Pentium-60 board, not a 486. It's the original Pentium, which came in 50, 60, and 66Mhz flavors (no bus multiplier either - the CPU ran at the FSB speed - multipliers didn't show up until the second-gen Pentiums). Much like the Pentium 4, the original socket (Socket 4) was short lived, and all future Pentiums would use Socket 5 and later 7.

I think I actually have a board just like that one in a box somewhere, with an original Pentium-60 in it.

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