PowerColor X1950 Pro AGP, ASUS 8800GTX Images Crop Up
Anh Tuan Huynh
October 25, 2006 2:52 PM
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PowerColor breathes new life into the aged AGP platforms, Asus readies "G80"
French tech site
PowerColor will be releasing a Radeon X1950 Pro based product for AGP systems
. Images of the proposed Radeon X1950 Pro AGP graphics card are posted on
as well. The upcoming Radeon X1950 Pro AGP is expected to be
clocked higher than its PCI Express counterparts
at 600 MHz core and 700 MHz instead of the 575 MHz core and 690 MHz memory on PCI Express parts. In addition to the higher core and memory clocks, PowerColor will equip Radeon X1950 Pro AGP graphics cards with a quiet Arctic Cooling Accelero X2 cooling solution.
In other graphics card related news,
has come across images of ASUS’ upcoming
GeForce 8800GTX graphics card
. The images were originally posted on
but it appears the images were removed. Nevertheless
claims the upcoming GeForce 8800GTX graphics card features support for Direct X 10, shader model 4 and NVIDIA’s GigaThread technology,
as previously reported by
. The upcoming card is also expected to support
NVIDIA’s Quantum Effects Technology
graphics cards will be available including the EN8800GTX/HTDP/768M and EN8800GTS/HTDP/640M. As
, the 8800GTX based card will have 768MB of graphics memory on a 384-bit memory interface while the 8800GTS variant will have 640MB of video memory on a 320-bit interface. Clock speeds of the 8800GTX variant are expected at 575 MHz core and 900 MHz memory.
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10/25/2006 4:25:43 PM
a couple of pictures of cards covered by giant heatsinks.
look, I'm totally addicted to dailytech and love it, but is a couple of pics of heatsinks with no recent additional information news? I'm kindof annoyed at having had the last five minutes of my life wasted. please use a little more discernment in the future and ask yourself if this is really even newsworthy.
RE: really news
10/25/2006 4:49:50 PM
Oh the 1950pro on AGP is news, the G80 thing is old news yes, but you can't deny that the other half of the article is newsworthy.
I know I won't be buying any vid cards for quite a while, but I'm glad to see quality cards being made for past-gen systems that are still valid, because eventually my folks will want their computer upgraded and that's what they have, past-gen tech.
Realistically, we're not going to put a 1950pro in a sempron 3100 on socket 754, maybe a 1650pro, but not 1950. But for those that have say a sempy 3400 on socket 939 with integrated graphics and an AGP slot, this could be very interesting to them, especially as Vista nears.
"It looks like the iPhone 4 might be their Vista, and I'm okay with that." -- Microsoft COO Kevin Turner
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