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Monday, 14 May 2007 16:22

R600XT's reviews all over the net

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Round-up: Late and not a high end card


The NDA has been lifted so reviews are surfacing all over the net, Tweaktown site even went down because of the traffic. They all agree on two things. First one is that the card is late, and the second thing is that it isn't a Geforce 8800 GTX/Ultra killer but that is good since it is targeted at €/$350-399.

VR-Zone's review went online yesterday, and you can read it here. Like a lot of other sites, they made a full review of ATI Radeon HD 2000 technology and a review of R600XT card. They did some great results on overclocking so be sure to check it out.

Guru3D's 25 page review can be found here. Guys at Guru3D did it in details, lot of benchmarks, games and everything.

Our colleagues at OCWorkBench got their hands on ASUS EAH2900XT 512MB, first one with a full Stalker sticker on R600XT cooler. You can check it out here.

The Inquirer did few rounds with R600XT as well. You can check out the results here.

Our Italian colleagues did they part as well, you can check it out here, but be sure that you speak the language. There is one more Italian review here.

Hexus.net and TweakTown did the review also, you can check out Hexus's review here, and Tweaktown's here. And lets not forget our own here

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Too hot, too loud and not that good as expected. This is the bottom line of R600XT, but we should wait for DirectX 10 titles to come out.

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