ATI's Mid-Range monster

Subject: Graphics Cards | March 6, 2006 - 02:11 PM |
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LOSTCIRCUITS has tested ATI's current mid-range card, the x1600 Pro, offered in an AGP flavour.  If you are still putting off that total systems upgrade for a bit, but find yourself barely able to play some of the newer titles with any bells or whistles enabled, this card might give your PC a new lease on lfe.

"In the middle of ATI's current GPU lineup is the X1600 series, based on the R530 GPU and

described by ATI as the "Absolute in Mainstream Gaming Performance". On paper, the specs look

quite impressive for a card in the US$120-150 price range, moreover, AGP versions are available

for those who want an inexpensive experience of SM3.0 goodness. All of this and even a game bundle

is consolidated in the cornucopia described as X1600 series."


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