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    ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon X1900

    Here's something I'll be keeping an eye on the price of. It's earmarked for an HTPC rig.
    Niggles aside, for just under £300 when it finally makes its way to retail, you'll get GeForce 7800 GTX performance for less money with the AIW feature set and software to boot. It's that which makes the AIW great, and peerless, in the world of consumer graphics and multimedia technology. No other product offers the same mix for the same cash, and with R580 ATI get to move that game on even further. The best value graphics board currently in production? It's hard to say no.
    http://www.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=4674
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    What I like about it, is that even with that conclusion he's not afraid to hold their tootsies to the fire a bit for ways to improve. As AIW is unique in the industry, obviously the competition can't fulfill that role --therefore the press must. Most AIW reviews settle for the justified "wow! gosh! gee!" and call it a day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rys
    Keeping it fed and watered
    I/O, I/O, it's off to work we go! With Theater, tuner and a nice NxtWave, I/O! I/O, I/O, I/O! Sorry.

    Carrying on with the horrible puns, think of the AIW as the perfect woman. The AIW likes to share, you see. So if you give to it sufficiently, in terms of signals to tune and work with, it'll give you back plenty of ways to watch and listen.

    Editorial suicide and inexcusable sexism aside, here's how a modern AIW goes about the business of I/O.
    Somehow I don't think it's just the graphics card that was kept 'watered' during this review

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    Has anybody managed to find this in stock anywhere in the UK?.....

    I've been struggling to find it anywhere....

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    not with its linux support its not. get some decent drivers and then i'll think about it
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