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Wednesday, 13 June 2007 09:22

Canada has HD2900XT 1GB

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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825 MHz core, 2100 MHz mem and scores


Canadian based Extreme PC has already got an Extreme PC Exclusive, the SI Diamond Radeon HD2900XT with 825MHz Core, 1GB 2100MHz DDR4, PCI-E DX10 /2 DVI/ HDTV/ AVIVO/ HDMI/ AC3 5.1 Sound in stock for $599.95 Canadian.

If you order a compete PC, the Radeon HD 2900XT 1 GB card will only cost you $549.95. If you are wondering about performance, the card will scores 12,944 on an overclocked Kentsfield and 3Dmark06 and 19,390  in a Crossfire setup.

The most interesting part is that the card is using a normal reference R600 cooler and works just fine with this.

It is available at press time and you can buy it here.


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