Reviews and Problems with ATI All-in-Wonder X800 XT AGP
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ATI ALL-IN-WONDER X800 XT
7 December 2005
Excerpt: ATI a name synonymous with legendary performance and cinema graphic rendering, continues innovating and designing visual processing units at levels that offer the ultimate in visual experience. In 1996 ATI developed the first ALL-IN-WONDER series combining 3D graphics, television and video editing in a single slot card design.
Excerpt: Dollar for dollar, you still just can't beat the value and features compressed into this one computer peripheral. It's a TV, it's a top notch gaming card, it's an FM Radio, it's a personal video recorder, well, I guess it is pretty darn well everything. You buy it, you install it and instantly your drab, boring computer has an amazing amount of potential and power needed to turn it into an excellent gamer or a home theater system.
Conclusion: ATI’s ALL-IN-WONDER line is the undisputed heavyweight champion when it comes to multimedia graphics cards, and has been for nearly a decade. No other multimedia solution combines so much into one package so perfectly. NVIDIA has gone through multiple generations of Personal Cinema products now, and while they’ve certainly improved, they’re still on the heels of ATI.