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    Second helping of the day

    It's another graphics card, by the same AIB partner as the last one, but she's looking a bit beefer. Before we get to the card however, let's take a peek at the bundle...



    Now for the meat:





    Quite a beauty, but what's Ruby hiding beneath that shroud?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zak33
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    Nice one doc.

    It's actually a Rage Fury MAXX II
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    I've got "the small sister" of yours



    Quite a beauty, but what's Ruby hiding beneath that shroud?
    Would be nice to know
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    ah a crossfire master card?

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    Powercolor X1800XT 512Mb - The game's manual and existing card reviews on other sites gave it away..

    Also, the fact it comes with 2 DVI>DSUB adaptors suggests its not a Crossfire master card.
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    X1900XTX under an X1800XT shroud by any chance?

    As far as I like Nvidia cards.. Ruby looks soooo sexxehh in that XT. (Runs off to wash face before wife comes in)
    Me want Ultrabook


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    it might be an PE version.... i cant be sure
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    Powercolor never announced or released an OCed version of the X1800XT, so its just another X1800XT, although its slightly different than the one Powercolor actually ships, Powercolor ships an X1800XT with a transparent plastic covering.

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    oooo i got it. Hexus posted a while back PowerColour is brining CrossFire to UK so that has to be it.
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    i used to own one of these back in 1987. It is by no mistake a ZX Spectrum 128+

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    It's a PowerColor X1800XT with 512MB mem. on it, and it has the newer revision of the X1800XT PCB. It has one more mosfet on the powercurcuit area.

    So it could be a PE version with upped clocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sutyi
    It's a PowerColor X1800XT with 512MB mem. on it, and it has the newer revision of the X1800XT PCB. It has one more mosfet on the powercurcuit area.

    So it could be a PE version with upped clocks.
    CrossFire also have new PCB's, bu then again Hexus has already done a crossfire review. So i again am lost.
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    The X1900 XTX

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    I *think* it's a bit early for the 1900 series yet (could be wrong) so my guess would be it's the 1800xt OC

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    I dunno, the X1900 series is due for launch in the next couple of weeks, so this could easily be a reference review card
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