ATI Pan-Ty PLT Series Locking Weather Resistant Tie

Cable Tie - MPN: PLT6EHQ0
Product Details
Description
Massive performance and innovative image technology, the Radeon X800 graphics technology, award-winning 3D performance, with up to 16 pipelines, higher clock speeds and breakthrough image enhancement technology, Radeon X800 graphics technology introduced a whole new gaming category called High-Definition Gaming.
Summary
Product Title ATI Pan-Ty PLT Series Locking Weather Resistant Tie
Manufacturer ATI
Power Score 4.7 | 12 Reviews
User Reviews
great card for 120$ refurb
5 Star Review     

Strengths: well as i was looking for an agp video card i just happened to stumble along this card for 120$! refurb, of course its refurbished but for 120$ thats a great deal!,i got it of ati.com.

This card is great runs everything i throw at it on high or extra graphics. BE aware it is BIG, but BIG is not always bad;) also on ati.com they have an x850pro for 140$ refurb, but i would go with this card because the benchmark scores are much better.

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Great card that is driving me nuts with intermittent display blackouts! HELP!!!
3 Star Review     

Strengths: Great specs. Drives my 1920 x 1200 Dell 2405FPW LCD monitor to its max/native resolution.

Weakness: Too bright. How do you turn down brightness? The display intermittently blacks out then returns several seconds later. This is a major PITA!!!! Fix???

I would have rated this product 5 stars except for the terribly annoying screen "blackouts". I have not yet explored ATI's Customer Support for a fix but was looking for the ReadMe File on the ATI CD when I came to this site for a lead to this issue.

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Worth IT
4 Star Review     

I am very pleased with this card. I bought it primarily for games: Doom 3, Quake 4, Half-Life 2, FEAR and COD2. It plays the games to my complete satisfaction at resolutions of 1280 and UP with bells and whistles enabled. Secondarily I bought the card for video editing. I am transferring VHS to DVD and so far it hasn't let me down. The TV capture works fine as does the radio. The DVD player won't start but I have others so no matter. I had occasion to call ATI tech support, a free call, and everyone spoke good English and were helpful with everthing but the DVD. Make sure and download all the drivers at ATI's site before installing the card and make sure you get rid of ALL prior drivers. If you don't do this you will have problems.

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Best AGP Card for the Money
5 Star Review   By member tonymil - Dec 6, 2005   

Strengths: Low Power Consumption, Excellent Warranty, Great Performance, VIVO

Weakness: Not Dual DVI, Expensive Without Sale / Rebate

I have been struggling with the decision of whether or not to upgrade motherboards to get PCIe support. I wasn't sure if it was worth investing serious money in an AGP card at this point. However, seeing as how the mid-range cards are not bandwidth limited with the AGP port, a $200-$250 expense seemed reasonable. The rest of my system (74GB raptor, 1 GB RAM, Athlon 3500+, Shuttle SN95G5) is more than adequate. I had to look around, but I managed to get this card for $229 after rebates. At this price, it's clearly the best deal. While the lack of dual DVI is a disappointment, this card makes up for it with VIVO. The Catalyst drivers are stable and the card has low heat generation and low power consumption. For those with a solid AGP-based system needing just a graphics boost, this is a great way to go.

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A midrange card that thinks--and acts like--it costs much more
5 Star Review   By member caseyahenry - Nov 16, 2005   

Strengths: TV in/out, Low power consumption, Top-of-the-line features and performance for a midrange price

Weakness: Lack of dual-DVI outputs

I have an eMachines T3256, which was an incredible PC for the price ($399 for an Athlon XP 3200+, 512MB PC3200 RAM, 160GB HDD, DVD+-RW, and second-bay CD-ROM). The system's only real weak point, however, is that it relies upon integrated graphics (GeForce 4MX--better than Intel's integrated option, but not by much). From the beginning, therefore, I'd had it in mind to purchase an AGP video card to better round out my "e" PC. After considerable research on the Net, I narrowed down my consideration to the nVidia GeForce 6600GT and the ATI Radeon X800XL. Ultimately, I chose the X800XL over the 6600GT, and I couldn't be more pleased with the results. Although the X800XL goes for about $100 more than the 6600GT (on average), you get a lot more for the extra cash: double the RAM (256MB vs. 128MB), double the pixel pipelines (16 vs. 8), double the vertex shaders (6 vs. 3), and double the memory bandwidth (256-bit vs. 128.bit). This translates into higher detail settings, better full-screen antialiasing (FSAA) and anisotropic filtering (AF), and smoother framerates--all at higher resolutions. I couldn't be more pleased with the performance this card lets me squeeze out of my budget PC; I can run Far Cry at 1280x1024 at maximum detail settings with FSAA and AF enabled and achieve consistent framerates over 40fps, which is great for an eMachines PC. For those who are interested, I've included some benchmark results below: Aquamark 3: 48,275 3DMark2001SE: 17,045 3DMark03: 9,300 As other reviewers have mentioned, the card itself is a hefty piece of equipment, measuring almost nine inches in length. This is because the X800 XL was originally designed as a PCI Express card and requires a bridge chip (named Rialto) to communicate with the AGP bus. It fits pretty comfortably inside my PC, but you will definitely want to measure the clearance around your AGP slot if you're thinking about purchasing this card. The only other negative comment I can make about this card is that although ATI includes dual outputs, only one is digital (DVI); the other is an analog VGA port. It would have been nice to have dual DVI-out in order to connect two digital displays. Other than that, however, this is an outstanding card. Although it requires additional power from the PC's power supply (via a standard 4-pin Molex connector--a splitter cable is included in the box in case you don't have another free power dongle), this card doesn't require much power. It runs great off of my stock 300 Watt power supply, and I've not had any problems with the card locking up because it's not able to draw enough power. The card also runs relatively cool (at least "as is"--I haven't attempted overclocking...yet). I'm able to monitor the GPU temperature via ATI Tray Tools (a must-have third-party app for ATI card owners), and the X800XL runs around 44C at idle 65C while gaming. Overall, this is a great midrange video card. It should be fairly future-proof as well. Sure, you may not be able to run next year's games at max detail and max resolution, but they'll still look great and run smoothly. If you're like me--a casual gamer who isn't willing to pay a premium for the latest and greatest or to upgrade your system four times a year--this is the card for you.

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a good price/performance ratio for agp
4 Star Review   By member IAmSoPoor - Nov 12, 2005   

Strengths: Lets you turn up eye candy at very playable frame rates. I got a good deal on it :)

Weakness: last generation=not very future proof; Doesn't render some things correctly; Seems to run hot (55C idle); unresponsive, annoying drivers (w/control center)

--I'm coming from a GF4 Ti4400, and I paid $220 AR inc. shipping for this card. --If you can't afford a card with more future proof features (PCI-e, avivo/PureVideo, Shader Model 3.0 support, hardware high-def decode, etc) this is a great value. Otherwise, I would skip this and even the PCI-e version. --Also something people should know: this card renders some things horribly where my 3 y.o. GF4 did fine. Shrubbery and ppl in America's Army have huge, ugly orbs around them. Fog in GTA:SA can look bad at times too. --Overall: Highly recommended IF you get it on sale/rebate.

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This card is the best for the price
5 Star Review   By member patrickgagne - Oct 28, 2005   

Strengths: Fast FPS on benchmark Great detail in games

Weakness: Heavy card

This card is the best. I can now play Doom 3 and F.E.A.R. without any static screens and great detail. The installation was easy and ATI drivers are always updated so your new card will keep on performing great.

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ATI Radeon X800-XL AGP
5 Star Review   By member gtguy01 - Sep 9, 2005   

Strengths: Incredible Speed with Good Value. TIVO = TV in and out.

Weakness: Cannot use with WinMe or Win98. Catalyst control center.

This is an awesome video card. I am able to run all my 3d applications and games at 100FPS at 1280x1024 with 4 x Full Screen Anti-Aliasing (FSAA) and 8 X Anisotropic Filtering (AF) with an Athlon XP 3200. I can even turn up the AF and FSAA even more with a negligible performance hit, but there is no need. With the AGP version of this card you also get TV in (in addition to TV-out). You can split your cable TV into two wires and watch one channel on the TV and one channel on the computer. The drivers are much improved over the years, and sizzle with the leading games like Half-Life 2, Far Cry, Doom 3, and NFS Underground 2, and Unreal Tournament 2004. The drivers also support clone mode on TV out or stretch mode on the TV out (extending your desktop to the TV). This card supports refresh rates over 100 for most resolutions. The 2D speed of this card lets you run FSAA in the DOSbox program to give you FSAA with older DOS games. There are only a few cards with faster performance than this one, but they are more expensive, and here is the key...with a system of Athlon 3500 and below you basically do not get any more performance increase by going with the more expensive faster cards, because the CPU is the bottleneck. So for anything Athlon 3500 and below including all Athlon XP systems, this is the fastest you can get. The drivers do not work with Windows ME or Windows 98, a disadvantage if you have a dual boot or old system. Do not use the bloated Catalyst Control Center (used to change display settings like FSAA and vsync etc) that comes with the display drivers. Instead use ATI tray tools which runs much faster and is much more convenient to use.

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XL Means Extra Large
5 Star Review   By member drstrange - Aug 5, 2005   

Strengths: Performance, relative price, quality, features.

Weakness: Output options.

This is a fast, cool running and well priced gaming card relative to the competition (6800GT) and blows it away in motion-video performance and quality. The fan can be noisy at full speed but this is to be expected with any single-slot card and can be managed with third-party programs like ATI Tray Tools or you could opt to install a larger aftermarket cooler. The card is relatively long due having a PCIe VPU with an AGP bridge chip (Rialto). It could be improved with dual-DVI (and include a VGA adapter) so that a common digital flat panel and digital TV could be connected simultaneously. Likewise, the single mini-DIN connection would be better served with a complete I/O "break-out box", so as to allow the video-in feature to be used while component output remains connected (which you will most likely use as the next-best output after the "missing" second DVI). I would gladly pay a few dollars more for these features but as it was no surprise since researching before I bought I cannot really fault the card.

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Radeon X800 XL Video Card (256MB, AGP 8X, DVI)
5 Star Review   By member cmangrum - Jul 31, 2005   

Strengths: Fast card. Low power consumption. Decent manufacturer warranty. Equivalent to the 6800GT, but about $100 cheaper. Hopefully it will be usuable with ATIs Multi Rendering technology when it comes out.

Weakness: none that i know of

Fast card. Low power consumption. Decent manufacturer warranty. Equivalent to the 6800GT, but about $100 cheaper. Hopefully it will be usuable with ATIs Multi Rendering technology when it comes out.Also benchmarks on the card have shown it to out perform the ATI's X850 card in most aspects. So it is very much worth the price and a great card to have.

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Product Details
Description
Massive performance and innovative image technology, the Radeon X800 graphics technology, award-winning 3D performance, with up to 16 pipelines, higher clock speeds and breakthrough image enhancement technology, Radeon X800 graphics technology introduced a whole new gaming category called High-Definition Gaming.
Summary
Product Title ATI Pan-Ty PLT Series Locking Weather Resistant Tie
Manufacturer ATI
Power Score 4.7 | 12 Reviews
Additional Specifications
Video Chipset: Radeon X800 XL
Installed Video Memory: 256 MB
Functionality: HDTV Encoder, TwinView Architecture
Effective Memory Clock Speed: 800 MHz
RAMDAC Speed: 400 MHz
AGP Support: AGP 4X, AGP 8X
Core Clock Speed: 400 MHz
Product Line: Pan-Ty
Color Depth at Maximum Resolution: 16.7 Million Colors + 8-Bit Grayscale Mask (32-bit)
Type of Video Card: 2D/3D Video w/TV Support
Warranty Information: 3 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
System Type: PC
Max Resolution: 2048 x 1536
Slot Space Required: 1
Memory Technology: GDDR3 SDRAM
Video Standard Supported: NTSC (analog)
Minimum Power Supply Required: 300 W
Brand Name: Panduit
Slot/Port Type: AGP 8x
System Requirements: Intel Pentium 4/III, AMD Athlon 64/7K/Athlon XP with AGP 8X (0.8v), 4X (1.5V) or universal AGP 3.0 bus configuration (8X/4X) 128MB of system memory Installation software requires CD-ROM drive DVD playback requires DVD drive OS Supported: Microsoft Windows XP (Home or Professional) Microsoft Windows Media Center Edition Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 1
Cable Manager: Cable Tie
Frequency Band: Cross Section: Extra-HeavyPackaging:Std Pkg Qty: 25Std Ctn Qty: 250Bulk Pkg Qty: 100Bulk Ctn Qty: 1000
Display Refresh Rate: 85 Hz
Interface Connection: VGA Yes
User Reviews
great card for 120$ refurb
5 Star Review     

Strengths: well as i was looking for an agp video card i just happened to stumble along this card for 120$! refurb, of course its refurbished but for 120$ thats a great deal!,i got it of ati.com.

This card is great runs everything i throw at it on high or extra graphics. BE aware it is BIG, but BIG is not always bad;) also on ati.com they have an x850pro for 140$ refurb, but i would go with this card because the benchmark scores are much better.

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Great card that is driving me nuts with intermittent display blackouts! HELP!!!
3 Star Review     

Strengths: Great specs. Drives my 1920 x 1200 Dell 2405FPW LCD monitor to its max/native resolution.

Weakness: Too bright. How do you turn down brightness? The display intermittently blacks out then returns several seconds later. This is a major PITA!!!! Fix???

I would have rated this product 5 stars except for the terribly annoying screen "blackouts". I have not yet explored ATI's Customer Support for a fix but was looking for the ReadMe File on the ATI CD when I came to this site for a lead to this issue.

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Worth IT
4 Star Review     

I am very pleased with this card. I bought it primarily for games: Doom 3, Quake 4, Half-Life 2, FEAR and COD2. It plays the games to my complete satisfaction at resolutions of 1280 and UP with bells and whistles enabled. Secondarily I bought the card for video editing. I am transferring VHS to DVD and so far it hasn't let me down. The TV capture works fine as does the radio. The DVD player won't start but I have others so no matter. I had occasion to call ATI tech support, a free call, and everyone spoke good English and were helpful with everthing but the DVD. Make sure and download all the drivers at ATI's site before installing the card and make sure you get rid of ALL prior drivers. If you don't do this you will have problems.

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Best AGP Card for the Money
5 Star Review   By member tonymil - Dec 6, 2005   

Strengths: Low Power Consumption, Excellent Warranty, Great Performance, VIVO

Weakness: Not Dual DVI, Expensive Without Sale / Rebate

I have been struggling with the decision of whether or not to upgrade motherboards to get PCIe support. I wasn't sure if it was worth investing serious money in an AGP card at this point. However, seeing as how the mid-range cards are not bandwidth limited with the AGP port, a $200-$250 expense seemed reasonable. The rest of my system (74GB raptor, 1 GB RAM, Athlon 3500+, Shuttle SN95G5) is more than adequate. I had to look around, but I managed to get this card for $229 after rebates. At this price, it's clearly the best deal. While the lack of dual DVI is a disappointment, this card makes up for it with VIVO. The Catalyst drivers are stable and the card has low heat generation and low power consumption. For those with a solid AGP-based system needing just a graphics boost, this is a great way to go.

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A midrange card that thinks--and acts like--it costs much more
5 Star Review   By member caseyahenry - Nov 16, 2005   

Strengths: TV in/out, Low power consumption, Top-of-the-line features and performance for a midrange price

Weakness: Lack of dual-DVI outputs

I have an eMachines T3256, which was an incredible PC for the price ($399 for an Athlon XP 3200+, 512MB PC3200 RAM, 160GB HDD, DVD+-RW, and second-bay CD-ROM). The system's only real weak point, however, is that it relies upon integrated graphics (GeForce 4MX--better than Intel's integrated option, but not by much). From the beginning, therefore, I'd had it in mind to purchase an AGP video card to better round out my "e" PC. After considerable research on the Net, I narrowed down my consideration to the nVidia GeForce 6600GT and the ATI Radeon X800XL. Ultimately, I chose the X800XL over the 6600GT, and I couldn't be more pleased with the results. Although the X800XL goes for about $100 more than the 6600GT (on average), you get a lot more for the extra cash: double the RAM (256MB vs. 128MB), double the pixel pipelines (16 vs. 8), double the vertex shaders (6 vs. 3), and double the memory bandwidth (256-bit vs. 128.bit). This translates into higher detail settings, better full-screen antialiasing (FSAA) and anisotropic filtering (AF), and smoother framerates--all at higher resolutions. I couldn't be more pleased with the performance this card lets me squeeze out of my budget PC; I can run Far Cry at 1280x1024 at maximum detail settings with FSAA and AF enabled and achieve consistent framerates over 40fps, which is great for an eMachines PC. For those who are interested, I've included some benchmark results below: Aquamark 3: 48,275 3DMark2001SE: 17,045 3DMark03: 9,300 As other reviewers have mentioned, the card itself is a hefty piece of equipment, measuring almost nine inches in length. This is because the X800 XL was originally designed as a PCI Express card and requires a bridge chip (named Rialto) to communicate with the AGP bus. It fits pretty comfortably inside my PC, but you will definitely want to measure the clearance around your AGP slot if you're thinking about purchasing this card. The only other negative comment I can make about this card is that although ATI includes dual outputs, only one is digital (DVI); the other is an analog VGA port. It would have been nice to have dual DVI-out in order to connect two digital displays. Other than that, however, this is an outstanding card. Although it requires additional power from the PC's power supply (via a standard 4-pin Molex connector--a splitter cable is included in the box in case you don't have another free power dongle), this card doesn't require much power. It runs great off of my stock 300 Watt power supply, and I've not had any problems with the card locking up because it's not able to draw enough power. The card also runs relatively cool (at least "as is"--I haven't attempted overclocking...yet). I'm able to monitor the GPU temperature via ATI Tray Tools (a must-have third-party app for ATI card owners), and the X800XL runs around 44C at idle 65C while gaming. Overall, this is a great midrange video card. It should be fairly future-proof as well. Sure, you may not be able to run next year's games at max detail and max resolution, but they'll still look great and run smoothly. If you're like me--a casual gamer who isn't willing to pay a premium for the latest and greatest or to upgrade your system four times a year--this is the card for you.

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a good price/performance ratio for agp
4 Star Review   By member IAmSoPoor - Nov 12, 2005   

Strengths: Lets you turn up eye candy at very playable frame rates. I got a good deal on it :)

Weakness: last generation=not very future proof; Doesn't render some things correctly; Seems to run hot (55C idle); unresponsive, annoying drivers (w/control center)

--I'm coming from a GF4 Ti4400, and I paid $220 AR inc. shipping for this card. --If you can't afford a card with more future proof features (PCI-e, avivo/PureVideo, Shader Model 3.0 support, hardware high-def decode, etc) this is a great value. Otherwise, I would skip this and even the PCI-e version. --Also something people should know: this card renders some things horribly where my 3 y.o. GF4 did fine. Shrubbery and ppl in America's Army have huge, ugly orbs around them. Fog in GTA:SA can look bad at times too. --Overall: Highly recommended IF you get it on sale/rebate.

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This card is the best for the price
5 Star Review   By member patrickgagne - Oct 28, 2005   

Strengths: Fast FPS on benchmark Great detail in games

Weakness: Heavy card

This card is the best. I can now play Doom 3 and F.E.A.R. without any static screens and great detail. The installation was easy and ATI drivers are always updated so your new card will keep on performing great.

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ATI Radeon X800-XL AGP
5 Star Review   By member gtguy01 - Sep 9, 2005   

Strengths: Incredible Speed with Good Value. TIVO = TV in and out.

Weakness: Cannot use with WinMe or Win98. Catalyst control center.

This is an awesome video card. I am able to run all my 3d applications and games at 100FPS at 1280x1024 with 4 x Full Screen Anti-Aliasing (FSAA) and 8 X Anisotropic Filtering (AF) with an Athlon XP 3200. I can even turn up the AF and FSAA even more with a negligible performance hit, but there is no need. With the AGP version of this card you also get TV in (in addition to TV-out). You can split your cable TV into two wires and watch one channel on the TV and one channel on the computer. The drivers are much improved over the years, and sizzle with the leading games like Half-Life 2, Far Cry, Doom 3, and NFS Underground 2, and Unreal Tournament 2004. The drivers also support clone mode on TV out or stretch mode on the TV out (extending your desktop to the TV). This card supports refresh rates over 100 for most resolutions. The 2D speed of this card lets you run FSAA in the DOSbox program to give you FSAA with older DOS games. There are only a few cards with faster performance than this one, but they are more expensive, and here is the key...with a system of Athlon 3500 and below you basically do not get any more performance increase by going with the more expensive faster cards, because the CPU is the bottleneck. So for anything Athlon 3500 and below including all Athlon XP systems, this is the fastest you can get. The drivers do not work with Windows ME or Windows 98, a disadvantage if you have a dual boot or old system. Do not use the bloated Catalyst Control Center (used to change display settings like FSAA and vsync etc) that comes with the display drivers. Instead use ATI tray tools which runs much faster and is much more convenient to use.

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XL Means Extra Large
5 Star Review   By member drstrange - Aug 5, 2005   

Strengths: Performance, relative price, quality, features.

Weakness: Output options.

This is a fast, cool running and well priced gaming card relative to the competition (6800GT) and blows it away in motion-video performance and quality. The fan can be noisy at full speed but this is to be expected with any single-slot card and can be managed with third-party programs like ATI Tray Tools or you could opt to install a larger aftermarket cooler. The card is relatively long due having a PCIe VPU with an AGP bridge chip (Rialto). It could be improved with dual-DVI (and include a VGA adapter) so that a common digital flat panel and digital TV could be connected simultaneously. Likewise, the single mini-DIN connection would be better served with a complete I/O "break-out box", so as to allow the video-in feature to be used while component output remains connected (which you will most likely use as the next-best output after the "missing" second DVI). I would gladly pay a few dollars more for these features but as it was no surprise since researching before I bought I cannot really fault the card.

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Radeon X800 XL Video Card (256MB, AGP 8X, DVI)
5 Star Review   By member cmangrum - Jul 31, 2005   

Strengths: Fast card. Low power consumption. Decent manufacturer warranty. Equivalent to the 6800GT, but about $100 cheaper. Hopefully it will be usuable with ATIs Multi Rendering technology when it comes out.

Weakness: none that i know of

Fast card. Low power consumption. Decent manufacturer warranty. Equivalent to the 6800GT, but about $100 cheaper. Hopefully it will be usuable with ATIs Multi Rendering technology when it comes out.Also benchmarks on the card have shown it to out perform the ATI's X850 card in most aspects. So it is very much worth the price and a great card to have.

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5 Star Review   By member julievault - May 5, 2005   

Strengths: Absolutely great card. Has very useful features such as the FM encoder, and still has the ability to game the newer games.

Weakness: Price

Love the card, can play UT2004, DOOM 3, HL2 at the higher settings with good frame rates. Also provides great everydat features such as the FM, TV tuner. Love the remote and the easy to setup software that came with it.

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5 Star Review   By member bulldog93 - Apr 28, 2005   

Strengths: Great price.

Weakness: None.

Fast card. Low power consumption. Decent manufacturer warranty. Equivalent to the 6800GT, but about $100 cheaper. Hopefully it will be usuable with ATIs Multi Rendering technology when it comes out.

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