PCStats examines ASUS’ EAX1900XTX a 512 MB card with dual-DVI outputs and some really impressive clocks, the GPU is 650 and the memory runs at 1550Mhz. It will cost you a lot, but there isn’t much out there that can come close to saturating it’s bandwidth.
Plus, Ryan has been busy this week, dropping by the Game Developers Conference, and talking with ATI about their take on Physics accleration … check it out.
“ASUS videocards tend to have a reputation of being the “Mac daddy” of any series, and its prices reflect this position – about $715 CDN ($630 USD / Â£360 GBP) for this baby. Of course with Asus, consumers get a nice bundle of extras too. The hot Asus EAX1900XTX videocard is a shining example; it comes with a bunch of useful cables, software, and a full version of the game King Kong.”
Here are some more Graphics Card articles from around the web:
- ATI and NVIDIA Benchmark Number Problem? @ Legit Reviews
- Leadtek WinFast 7900 GTX Extreme @ Bjorn3D
- NGO NVIDIA Optimized Driver v1.8425 @ NGOHQ
- Zalman VF900-Cu VGA Cooler @ OCIA.net