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Old 12-02-2005, 06:22 PM   #1
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PowerColor X1800 XT @ Bjorn3D

What we have in our lab this week is a PowerColor X1800 XT video card. Starting from R300, Tul (the owner of PowerColor brand) has been ATi's very active partner. They make top to bottom cards at a competitive price. It's been around two-three weeks since first X1800 boards appeared on the market. Due to the lack of components, Tul got in a bit late into the game with their X1K series (especially XL which we haven't received at the time of the launch). If you look around however, you'll find quite a few PowerColor X1800 cards -- either XT (256/512 version) or XL
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