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    HEXUS.reviews :: Radeon X1300 XT GDDR3 duel - GeCube -v- Sapphire

    We thought we'd see what shifting the RV530Pro GPU down into the X1300 series does to that section of the graphics market. We've got our grubby mitts on a pair of X1300 XTs, one from GeCube, the other from Sapphire. We'll be squaring them up against a GeForce 7300 GT and 7300 GS.
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    what nice cards....good choice of rig to test on too....sensible spec

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    These cards seem very similar in price to the 7600GS (Which can be had for £65) and X1600XT (£75) cards, I know it would add to the complexity but did you not have any available for review? It would be nice to see the performance comparison across ranges at the same price point .

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    Also the DDR3 version of the 7300GT is supposed to be very good.

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    i would like to have seen a ddr3 7300GT in this review aswell. seems odd that it wasnt included... more benching required
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    should have compared to the 'normal' x1300 and xt variants or grabbed an x1600 pro as called it x1300 xt. would have been interesting to see if these can be crossfired with a x1600xt too. after all... nothing different. apart from prices.

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    Im still after one of these, where are Sapphire releasing them? Ive googled and cant see anything

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