Reviews and Problems with Asus EAX1950PRO CrossFire/HTDP/256M
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ASUS EAX1950PRO video card review
12 May 2007
Conclusion: RV570 has been a long time in coming - A delay which can so often be fatal in the fast-moving world of discrete graphics boards. However, the Radeon X1950 PRO is finally here, and suffering no ill effects from it's longer than expected gestation. In fact, it quite happily made mincemeat of our GeForce 7900 GS in the vast majority of situations without so much as a second look.
Summary: The Asus EAX1950 Pro performed well, it gave more than a decent score, some results were almost as good as it's bigger brother
, but when it came to HDR processing it showed it's weakness, this is no surprise because it uses only 256MB of DDR3 memory.
I think the EAX1950 Pro is the step in the right direct for any gamer who want to upgrade from X1900 or GF7900 GPUs and are on a medium budget, online prices average around £130 this is a bargain for such a brilliant...