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GIGABYTE X1900XTX Video Card Review - GIGABYTE X1900XTX Video Card Review
Mon, July 17 2006 | 1:00AM | PermaLink Feedback?
The X1900XTX is the best available video card on the market today in terms of image quality. The ability to use HDR+MSAA in games like Oblivion makes the X1900XTX the choice for the discerning high-end consumer who wants to play the latest games. I've always felt that speed was the most important factor, but with the advent of this generation of video cards, image quality has become more important to me. NVIDIA's 7950 hits the market today and we will post that review later this afternoon, is it faster or better? ATI has the best image quality, but the new 7950 promises unparreled performance in a single card solution putting serious pressure on ATI to do some homework.
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