ATI All-In-Wonder X1900 Video Card

256MB, PCI Express x16, DVI, VIVO - MPN: 100714800
Product Details
Quick Glance
Slot/Port Type PCI-Express x16
Video Chipset ATI RADEON X1900
Interface Connection FM Coax, Video - 15 pin High-Density D-shell (VGA), Video - 4 pin mini-DIN (S-Video), Video - Coax, Video - Component Video, Video - DVI-I (Digital & Analog), Video - RCA Composite Video
Functionality HDTV Encoder, Video Capture
normalized-Installed Video Memory 256
Expert Reviews
ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon X1900
4 Star Review  HotHardware - Dec 31, 1969

Obviously, with a 256MB frame buffer, and much lower core and memory clock speeds than the other cards in ATI's Radeon X1900 line-up, the All-In-Wonder X1900 isn't a contender for the 3D performance crown. But that is not what this "jack of all trades" video card is tartgeted at. Throughout our testing, the new All-In-Wonder X1900 performed much like a 256MB GeForce 7800 GTX, except in Quake 4 (OpenGL), where the AIW X1900 was clearly outpaced by the other cards we tested. Overall though, the All-In-Wonder X1900's 3D performance should be considered very solid by today's metrics, thanks to its 48 pixel shader processors. The card's performance in the HQV benchmark was second to none. However, CPU utilization while playing back HD content was a bit higher than we had expected based on our experience with the All-In-Wonder Radeon X1800 XL. Perhaps future driver updates will remedy this situation.

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ATI Radeon All-In-Wonder X1900 256MB PCIe 100714800
4 Star Review  testseek.com - Feb 11, 2013

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User Reviews
AIW x1900
5 Star Review   By member bacteriophage - Jan 16, 2007   

Strengths: Powerful gaming card + tv tuner, DVI

Weakness: 256 MB, no dual DVI, no HDTV tuner

Been using this card for a few months now and this one one of the best purchases I made. It's a good all rounder card that I use for gaming and for my HTPC connected to my TV. I've been able to play all the latest games on hight settings and resolution. I currently upgraded my monitor to 47" LCD HDTV and it still shows no signs of lag at 1080p resolutions. I love this card! Now that I got my HDTV, I kinda wish this also included an ATSC or QAM tuner. Non HD shows look terrible on my new monitor, but I guess it's not the fault of this card. I have a dual monitor setup, so now I also miss a second DVI on this. The last two problems didn't bother me before though. 256 MB would've been nice, but hasn't been much of an issue yet except for a couple of memory intensive games I played (oblivion mostly when I used custom made ultra high res textures). With DX10 just around the corner, I guess this card will be obsolete soon, but I think it should still last me another year or more. I've been using this card for a while now so I can't really complain about this since there's always going be better cards coming out.

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Do Not Buy This Card
1 Star Review   By member rnd1 - Dec 8, 2006   

Strengths: The quality of the video from this card is great, if you can get it to work.

Weakness: Drivers, Support, Software, Hardware

I am very disappointed in ATI on this outing. I have built many systems for friends and for profit, and have never had this level of trouble. This card was selected for it's advertised capabilities of video/TV capture and good gaming in one package. To begin, I found comments at the vendor's, (computer3G.com and newegg.com) and the manufacturer's site that this card would work with Win XP X-64. Unfortunately for me there was a complete omission of the fact that the multimedia software would not work in X-64. This was a nice supprise! However after acquiring a copy of XP Pro my troubles were not over. Trying to get the right drivers and updates from ATI is a mystry tour through obscurity. Calling ATI for help was the most useless and frustrating experience of all. The only way I even came close to getting this thing to work was reading review sites similar to this. At some point I found out through trial and error, not ATI, that I needed to update to DrectX 9.0c. This sort of worked after that update, however the DVD player would hang, the TV tunner missed strong channels and the FM tuner picked up static. To top it all off, after having the system on for a few hours and needing to reboot for another reason, I found even the POST screen to have corrupted video. Next I tried to wade through ATI's site to get an RMA to no avail. Finaly a sat on the phone for yet ANOTHER hour to get them to giv me an RMA. Now all I have to do is wait for more than 10 days to see if they can fix my brand new $225.00 card. Don't Buy ATI!!!

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Not everything works as advertised
3 Star Review   By member Turpitt - Oct 14, 2006   

Strengths: Very Fast, cost

Weakness: Software suite

POSITIVE ATTRIBUTES Strictly in terms of video performance, this card is amazingly powerful, especially considering the limitation of 256MB of RAM. I have yet to run any software that tasks this card, even at 1900 x 1200 resolution, with all quality options set to high. Cost. Given this cards performance, the price is a great value. FLAWS: In terms of Software, this card has fallen woefully short of expectations. Please note this is for the MMC 9.13 suite. For use as a DVR, both my older AIW8500DV and AIW9800Pro have performed much better using MMC 9.08 and 8.07 AIW X1900 cannot successfully use MMC prior to 9.13 Live recording feature cannot be disabled without editing the windows registry Live recording feature forces constant HDD usage when using the TV feature At higher quality settings, recordings begin dropping frames after 2GB of file size. This should not be an issue using XP pro with 4096 Cache, and a dedicated 350GB SATA II on a ASUS Pw5 DH/E6600. “One Touch” recording feature defaults to 30 minute setting, forcing user to edit time after recording has been started Of Note: When using the recording feature of the WINAMP Beta TV plug in, no recording difficulties have been experienced confirming that the recording problems are ATI software related. CONCLUSION: This card gets full marks in video performance, even with only 256MB of RAM. The catalyst drivers have proven good with the software I have used, however the Multimedia Center software continues to suffer unacceptable problems. So, while the card performs wonderfully, the software fails. As the card is advertised as a multimedia solution, I cannot endorse the card highly.

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Great card to Upgrade to!!
4 Star Review   By member tienhdang - Sep 16, 2006   

Strengths: Great features and plenty of compliment hardware.

Weakness: Theater 200 chip. Single DVI.

This is a great card for both world especially when I paid about $200 shipped. I love this card becaues with overclocking Ati tools, I was able to get the speed up to 625MHZ. I got this card to watch cable tv on my computer and play some games too, this is where it shines. It handle Half-Life 2 and F.E.A.R pretty well but not at the highest settings. And watching Tv on my computer was a plus side to this card. Picture from my digital cable was good, but of course not as good amazing as HDTV encoders. The hardware component that comes with it is a definite deal breaker for me to buy this instead of a separate Tv card and a graphics card. It came with the remote, software, input and output devices for connection to other AV devices. Things I did not like about this card is that it has a single DVI, and does not have MPEG2 hardware encoding. Encoding consume some of my cpu usage. I wish ATI would have used the Theater 550 chip instead of the old Theater 200 one which gets the job done. All in all, great card with great features that should last anyone who is looking for tv tuner and medium gaming for couple of years before the new Direct 10 cards come out.

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A Screamer with Poor Software
4 Star Review   By member sagupta - Sep 7, 2006   

Strengths: graphics awesome, tv awesome, DVR awesome

Weakness: Poor Software

I am very happy with this card purchase. You can tell that the guys at ATI made some of the best graphic processing units on the planet. However You can also tell that their efforts were not as focused when it came to making software that works. The hardware guys carry this review...if the GPU weren't this good this card would've gotten 2 stars for bad software. Overall, if you're a gamer, want TV, and don't have PCIE, get this card but be aware you're going to have to muck around through the installation but at least we don't have to deal with IRQs.

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OMG!!! SWEETTT!!!!!!!! AIW x1900
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Plays EVERYTHING!!!

Weakness: NONE!!!!(512MB or 1GB of GDDR3 MEM would have been nice)

I bought this amazing card from zipzoomfly for $225 w/2 day shipping. Arrived in 3 days. No problems installing it, and it worked without flaws with original drivers! No crashes, or overheating problems to date. Some people have been complaining about the length of the card. While it is as long as my motherboard, it fits without any mods to the case. I have a system w 512MB of 3200 DDR Mem, an AMD64 3500+(939 socket), and a 250GB HD. With my system and this new card, I can play Quake4 with the settings turned all the way up, Max xAA Max xAF!!! I can play anything with my new card with the max settings turned on in HDTV mode!!! The TV tuner also works very well. I recommend this card for the serious gamer who wants the best bang for their buck.

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Amazing Card
5 Star Review   By member daemonself - Aug 19, 2006   

Strengths: Very powerful and functional

Weakness: None yet

I now have been using this video card for 1 week and VERY satisfied and impressed. It handles all inputs equally well and I do use the DVI-I connection to my 19" LCD and the combo work great together. Fabulous graphics, software and features.It's an amazing card. Highly recommended. It's worth the money you pay for it

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x1900
5 Star Review   By member roggan - Jun 22, 2006   

Strengths: Powerful, Fast, Lots of features + outputs, Silent, PS 3.0 support, HDR

Weakness: No temperature sensor, No dual DVI, only 256 MB

This is one powerful card! I use it primarily for gaming.. I know the XT or XTX are better for that, but I got a very good deal on this. I have no complaints on this at all. Plays all the latest games on high resolution(1680 X 1050 widescreen) and highest settings without any problems. The games look beautiful with Antialiasing, PS 3.0/HDR turned on and don't lag at all. I barely use the video out options, but there are a TON off connections + a remote for the tuner. I use the tuner that came with my MCE comp, just a personal choice to leave the card solely for gaming. Dual DVI would've been nice, but I don't care. I wish it came with a temp sensor to monitor how hot it gets or to set the fan settings. Also it would've been better if it came with 512MB like the other cards in the X1900 series. No complaints though, I really like this card. Good all rounder card. :)

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~Wrong Product Review~
5 Star Review   By member Phyren - Jun 11, 2006   

Strengths: TV input-output; gaming; intermediate rendering

Weakness: HEAT; Lack of dual-dvi connection

Post reposted under ATI All-in-Wonder x1800xl, but based on stats... this card has a slight lead over the x1800xl... Suggest this one as an alternative for an All-in-Wonder device...

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AIW 1900 is pretty nice
5 Star Review   By member twohype - Jun 11, 2006   

Strengths: Nice overall package, lots of connection options, decent software included. The AIW 1900 has great graphic power for games etc

Weakness: It's a very long card, small cases could have trouble getting it to fit

Overall the All-In-Wonder X1900 is pretty nice. It's performance is very good, but not up to it's big brother 1900 XTX standards. The All-In-Wonder X1900 is an outstanding total media package, no one else is even close. I'm very happy with the AIW 1900. It should be noted that it's a very long card, thus small cases could have trouble getting it to fit. So make sure you have a nice size case. Also the TV tuner is really pretty good it functions nicely as a PVR.

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Product Details
Quick Glance
Slot/Port Type PCI-Express x16
Video Chipset ATI RADEON X1900
Interface Connection FM Coax, Video - 15 pin High-Density D-shell (VGA), Video - 4 pin mini-DIN (S-Video), Video - Coax, Video - Component Video, Video - DVI-I (Digital & Analog), Video - RCA Composite Video
Functionality HDTV Encoder, Video Capture
normalized-Installed Video Memory 256
Summary
Product Title ATI All-In-Wonder X1900 Video Card
Manufacturer ATI
Power Score 4.1 | 16 Reviews
Memory
Memory Technology: GDDR3
Installed Video Memory: 256 MB
Compatibility
Slot Space Required: 1
Minimum Power Supply Required: 450 W
System Type: PC
Warranty
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited Warranty
More Info
URL: Manufacturer Link
Additional Specifications
Color Depth at Maximum Resolution: 16.7 Million Colors + 8-Bit Grayscale Mask (32-bit)
SKU: D100714800
Description: All-In-Wonder X1900 Video Card
Max Resolution: 2560 x 1600
Expert Reviews
ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon X1900
4 Star Review  HotHardware - Dec 31, 1969

Obviously, with a 256MB frame buffer, and much lower core and memory clock speeds than the other cards in ATI's Radeon X1900 line-up, the All-In-Wonder X1900 isn't a contender for the 3D performance crown. But that is not what this "jack of all trades" video card is tartgeted at. Throughout our testing, the new All-In-Wonder X1900 performed much like a 256MB GeForce 7800 GTX, except in Quake 4 (OpenGL), where the AIW X1900 was clearly outpaced by the other cards we tested. Overall though, the All-In-Wonder X1900's 3D performance should be considered very solid by today's metrics, thanks to its 48 pixel shader processors. The card's performance in the HQV benchmark was second to none. However, CPU utilization while playing back HD content was a bit higher than we had expected based on our experience with the All-In-Wonder Radeon X1800 XL. Perhaps future driver updates will remedy this situation.

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ATI Radeon All-In-Wonder X1900 256MB PCIe 100714800
4 Star Review  testseek.com - Feb 11, 2013

Testseek.com has collected 19 expert reviews for ATI Radeon All-In-Wonder X1900 256MB PCIe 100714800 and the average expert rating is 79 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek.com to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.

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User Reviews
AIW x1900
5 Star Review   By member bacteriophage - Jan 16, 2007   

Strengths: Powerful gaming card + tv tuner, DVI

Weakness: 256 MB, no dual DVI, no HDTV tuner

Been using this card for a few months now and this one one of the best purchases I made. It's a good all rounder card that I use for gaming and for my HTPC connected to my TV. I've been able to play all the latest games on hight settings and resolution. I currently upgraded my monitor to 47" LCD HDTV and it still shows no signs of lag at 1080p resolutions. I love this card! Now that I got my HDTV, I kinda wish this also included an ATSC or QAM tuner. Non HD shows look terrible on my new monitor, but I guess it's not the fault of this card. I have a dual monitor setup, so now I also miss a second DVI on this. The last two problems didn't bother me before though. 256 MB would've been nice, but hasn't been much of an issue yet except for a couple of memory intensive games I played (oblivion mostly when I used custom made ultra high res textures). With DX10 just around the corner, I guess this card will be obsolete soon, but I think it should still last me another year or more. I've been using this card for a while now so I can't really complain about this since there's always going be better cards coming out.

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Do Not Buy This Card
1 Star Review   By member rnd1 - Dec 8, 2006   

Strengths: The quality of the video from this card is great, if you can get it to work.

Weakness: Drivers, Support, Software, Hardware

I am very disappointed in ATI on this outing. I have built many systems for friends and for profit, and have never had this level of trouble. This card was selected for it's advertised capabilities of video/TV capture and good gaming in one package. To begin, I found comments at the vendor's, (computer3G.com and newegg.com) and the manufacturer's site that this card would work with Win XP X-64. Unfortunately for me there was a complete omission of the fact that the multimedia software would not work in X-64. This was a nice supprise! However after acquiring a copy of XP Pro my troubles were not over. Trying to get the right drivers and updates from ATI is a mystry tour through obscurity. Calling ATI for help was the most useless and frustrating experience of all. The only way I even came close to getting this thing to work was reading review sites similar to this. At some point I found out through trial and error, not ATI, that I needed to update to DrectX 9.0c. This sort of worked after that update, however the DVD player would hang, the TV tunner missed strong channels and the FM tuner picked up static. To top it all off, after having the system on for a few hours and needing to reboot for another reason, I found even the POST screen to have corrupted video. Next I tried to wade through ATI's site to get an RMA to no avail. Finaly a sat on the phone for yet ANOTHER hour to get them to giv me an RMA. Now all I have to do is wait for more than 10 days to see if they can fix my brand new $225.00 card. Don't Buy ATI!!!

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Not everything works as advertised
3 Star Review   By member Turpitt - Oct 14, 2006   

Strengths: Very Fast, cost

Weakness: Software suite

POSITIVE ATTRIBUTES Strictly in terms of video performance, this card is amazingly powerful, especially considering the limitation of 256MB of RAM. I have yet to run any software that tasks this card, even at 1900 x 1200 resolution, with all quality options set to high. Cost. Given this cards performance, the price is a great value. FLAWS: In terms of Software, this card has fallen woefully short of expectations. Please note this is for the MMC 9.13 suite. For use as a DVR, both my older AIW8500DV and AIW9800Pro have performed much better using MMC 9.08 and 8.07 AIW X1900 cannot successfully use MMC prior to 9.13 Live recording feature cannot be disabled without editing the windows registry Live recording feature forces constant HDD usage when using the TV feature At higher quality settings, recordings begin dropping frames after 2GB of file size. This should not be an issue using XP pro with 4096 Cache, and a dedicated 350GB SATA II on a ASUS Pw5 DH/E6600. “One Touch” recording feature defaults to 30 minute setting, forcing user to edit time after recording has been started Of Note: When using the recording feature of the WINAMP Beta TV plug in, no recording difficulties have been experienced confirming that the recording problems are ATI software related. CONCLUSION: This card gets full marks in video performance, even with only 256MB of RAM. The catalyst drivers have proven good with the software I have used, however the Multimedia Center software continues to suffer unacceptable problems. So, while the card performs wonderfully, the software fails. As the card is advertised as a multimedia solution, I cannot endorse the card highly.

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Great card to Upgrade to!!
4 Star Review   By member tienhdang - Sep 16, 2006   

Strengths: Great features and plenty of compliment hardware.

Weakness: Theater 200 chip. Single DVI.

This is a great card for both world especially when I paid about $200 shipped. I love this card becaues with overclocking Ati tools, I was able to get the speed up to 625MHZ. I got this card to watch cable tv on my computer and play some games too, this is where it shines. It handle Half-Life 2 and F.E.A.R pretty well but not at the highest settings. And watching Tv on my computer was a plus side to this card. Picture from my digital cable was good, but of course not as good amazing as HDTV encoders. The hardware component that comes with it is a definite deal breaker for me to buy this instead of a separate Tv card and a graphics card. It came with the remote, software, input and output devices for connection to other AV devices. Things I did not like about this card is that it has a single DVI, and does not have MPEG2 hardware encoding. Encoding consume some of my cpu usage. I wish ATI would have used the Theater 550 chip instead of the old Theater 200 one which gets the job done. All in all, great card with great features that should last anyone who is looking for tv tuner and medium gaming for couple of years before the new Direct 10 cards come out.

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A Screamer with Poor Software
4 Star Review   By member sagupta - Sep 7, 2006   

Strengths: graphics awesome, tv awesome, DVR awesome

Weakness: Poor Software

I am very happy with this card purchase. You can tell that the guys at ATI made some of the best graphic processing units on the planet. However You can also tell that their efforts were not as focused when it came to making software that works. The hardware guys carry this review...if the GPU weren't this good this card would've gotten 2 stars for bad software. Overall, if you're a gamer, want TV, and don't have PCIE, get this card but be aware you're going to have to muck around through the installation but at least we don't have to deal with IRQs.

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OMG!!! SWEETTT!!!!!!!! AIW x1900
5 Star Review     

Strengths: Plays EVERYTHING!!!

Weakness: NONE!!!!(512MB or 1GB of GDDR3 MEM would have been nice)

I bought this amazing card from zipzoomfly for $225 w/2 day shipping. Arrived in 3 days. No problems installing it, and it worked without flaws with original drivers! No crashes, or overheating problems to date. Some people have been complaining about the length of the card. While it is as long as my motherboard, it fits without any mods to the case. I have a system w 512MB of 3200 DDR Mem, an AMD64 3500+(939 socket), and a 250GB HD. With my system and this new card, I can play Quake4 with the settings turned all the way up, Max xAA Max xAF!!! I can play anything with my new card with the max settings turned on in HDTV mode!!! The TV tuner also works very well. I recommend this card for the serious gamer who wants the best bang for their buck.

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Amazing Card
5 Star Review   By member daemonself - Aug 19, 2006   

Strengths: Very powerful and functional

Weakness: None yet

I now have been using this video card for 1 week and VERY satisfied and impressed. It handles all inputs equally well and I do use the DVI-I connection to my 19" LCD and the combo work great together. Fabulous graphics, software and features.It's an amazing card. Highly recommended. It's worth the money you pay for it

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x1900
5 Star Review   By member roggan - Jun 22, 2006   

Strengths: Powerful, Fast, Lots of features + outputs, Silent, PS 3.0 support, HDR

Weakness: No temperature sensor, No dual DVI, only 256 MB

This is one powerful card! I use it primarily for gaming.. I know the XT or XTX are better for that, but I got a very good deal on this. I have no complaints on this at all. Plays all the latest games on high resolution(1680 X 1050 widescreen) and highest settings without any problems. The games look beautiful with Antialiasing, PS 3.0/HDR turned on and don't lag at all. I barely use the video out options, but there are a TON off connections + a remote for the tuner. I use the tuner that came with my MCE comp, just a personal choice to leave the card solely for gaming. Dual DVI would've been nice, but I don't care. I wish it came with a temp sensor to monitor how hot it gets or to set the fan settings. Also it would've been better if it came with 512MB like the other cards in the X1900 series. No complaints though, I really like this card. Good all rounder card. :)

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~Wrong Product Review~
5 Star Review   By member Phyren - Jun 11, 2006   

Strengths: TV input-output; gaming; intermediate rendering

Weakness: HEAT; Lack of dual-dvi connection

Post reposted under ATI All-in-Wonder x1800xl, but based on stats... this card has a slight lead over the x1800xl... Suggest this one as an alternative for an All-in-Wonder device...

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AIW 1900 is pretty nice
5 Star Review   By member twohype - Jun 11, 2006   

Strengths: Nice overall package, lots of connection options, decent software included. The AIW 1900 has great graphic power for games etc

Weakness: It's a very long card, small cases could have trouble getting it to fit

Overall the All-In-Wonder X1900 is pretty nice. It's performance is very good, but not up to it's big brother 1900 XTX standards. The All-In-Wonder X1900 is an outstanding total media package, no one else is even close. I'm very happy with the AIW 1900. It should be noted that it's a very long card, thus small cases could have trouble getting it to fit. So make sure you have a nice size case. Also the TV tuner is really pretty good it functions nicely as a PVR.

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wonderful card
4 Star Review   By member cxw360 - Jun 10, 2006   

Strengths: all-in-one, fast for gaming

Weakness: hot

This card is so wonderful, full of functions. watch and recoord tv on your PC, perfect for htpc. It's fast for 3d gaming too. it's using single slot cooling, unlike its other xt1900 bothers, so it's easy to get hot.

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Decent card, awesome variety, not as good as Nvidia's
3 Star Review   By member MCeatalot - May 3, 2006   

Strengths: Great for video capturing, AVIVo ready.

Weakness: not a gamer's card

Bought this for my HTPC, thinking it would be also great to play games with. But I benchmarked it against my 7900GT and there is about a difference of 7-9 fps, which is quite noticeable to my taste. Otherwise, it's a great all around card. hence, the all-in-wonder name.

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AIW x1900; No x64 support for video capture
3 Star Review   By member alaks - Apr 16, 2006   

Strengths: Awesome graphic capabilities. 64 bit X1900 Catalyst 6.3 drivers work well with 32 bit Unigraphics NX. Single slot design. Relatively quiet fan.

Weakness: No 64 bit support for video capture (PVR, etc.), making the AIW part of this card useless on XP x64.

ATI makes no mention of the lack of 64 bit video capture support in advertising, documentation or online support. After a couple weeks of slow ATI support, ATI stated that they did not know if or when any x64 support for video capture would be made available. PSU requirements are too generic. Why does a faster, 512MB X1900XLT require 450W PSU and a slower, 256MB AIW-X1900 require the same? This card does work well in my 3.0GHz Pentium-D equipped Shuttle SB31P with a SATA DL DVD burner and two SATA II drives powered by a 350W PSU.

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first time ati card
5 Star Review     

Strengths: does every thing i bought for media edit. play with power- easy install

Weakness: software could be easyer- realy big

bought with best deal on tg store checked revuews good (mwave) every thing went very smooth. card is great still learning how to use ever thing. wish had more infomative manuel better have big case and pci power plug if must buy adapter. tg store is great speakers are next!

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