Excerpt: Introduction ATI Radeon X1950 Pro There was a time, not long ago in the grand scheme of things, when a “Pro” card meant top of the line, cream of the crop. People would say “I’ve got a Radeon 9700!” then others would spit and say “Pfft! I’ve got a Radeon 9700 Pro !
Summary: Just a month ago, when we reviewed the Radeon X1900 GT, I said that the GT's performance was "virtually on par with the GeForce 7900 GS" and that "You'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between the two in day-to-day use.
ATI RADEON X1950 PRO REVIEW BENCHMARK AND OVERCLOCKING
17 October 2006
Conclusion: ATI Radeon X1950 Pro overclocking as far as overclocking the reference card x1950 pro was pretty modest clocker.such result was preducted since the card at full load with stock clock reach even 70 c.the memory is rated at 1.4 ns mean 1400 MHz withc already close to stock value.the core in our card...
Conclusion: Final Words We will have to wait until later today to confirm availability, but ATI has made it clear that this is supposed to be a hard launch. And we certainly hope they deliver on their promise and get those X1950 Pro cards on shelves before people start buying handicapped X1900 GT cards.
ATI Radeon X1950 Pro: Mainstream Graphics and Internal CrossFire
17 October 2006
Excerpt: Just a few weeks ago, with the introduction of the NVIDIA 7950 GT , we were forced to re-evaluate the the mainstream graphics card segments with some new products and new price points. The 7950 GT was set at an MSRP of $299, competing well against the ATI X1900 XT card at the same price point.
Excerpt: Introduction Radeon X1950 XTX and X1950 Crossfire Edition Radeon X1900 XTX and X1950 XTX Radeon X1900 XT 256MB A couple of weeks ago ATI lifted the cover on the X1950 family of graphics cards. Specifically, covers were lifted on two new SKUs; the X1950 XTX and the X1950 Crossfire Edition.
Excerpt: Some time ago we published an extensive test of ATI's newest high-end graphics card, the Radeon X1950 XTX . We could not be anything else than enthusiastic about these cards, as it is without question the fastest single GPU solution on the market today.
Conclusion: As we mentioned on page 2, we excluded the Quad SLI config from most of our 4xAA testing simply because we already know that it underperforms in these situations against a GeForce 7900 GTX SLI rig, so of course it can’t hold an even halfway decent fight against a pair of Radeon X1950 XTX cards...