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So what kind of preformance increases would I see over the x1900xt to the x1950xtx?

The xt is like 100 cheaper and I really don't know if it is worth the extra money I would have to spend on the x1950xtx. I looked on Tomshardware but their VGA charts are all screwed up..
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I don't think it's worth the money. however, the X1950 Pro is coming out in the states soon, and I think it outpaces the X1900XT, and will be cheaper. It's meant to replace the X1900 GT.
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I think it would be worth the $100. But if you are on a budget, that $100 would best be put toward a better motherboard/ram.
    
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Well I mean I looked at this: http://www.dailytech.com/article.aspx?newsid=4472

Except it had the 1900xt as the 256 ram so I don't know the diff from the 512.

Im kind of on a budget but if I could afford to get the x1950xtx over a case then so be it, I would rather have better preformance than it all in a case eh?

So go for the xtx? or if im on a tighter budget than this: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814102045

what should I shoot for?
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It seems the x1950GT is in fact out as ThaWaxShop had and sold one here, it uses a v2 of CF which does not need a special cable or a master card.

EDIT: Sorry he had the x1950PRO

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check out this article, particularly the bechmark sections.

http://www.anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=2858
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It seems the x1950GT is in fact out as ThaWaxShop had and sold one here, it uses a v2 of CF which does not need a special cable or a master card.

EDIT: Sorry he had the x1950PRO

pink

uh he sold a rev. 2 x1900gt as far as i know.

http://www.overclock.net/sale/123124...t-rev-2-a.html

and i wouldnt spend the extra cash, although i would think about waiting for the x1950pro/gto it sounds nice.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Namrac
I don't think it's worth the money. however, the X1950 Pro is coming out in the states soon, and I think it outpaces the X1900XT, and will be cheaper. It's meant to replace the X1900 GT.
outpaces the X1900XT?

The X1950PRO has 256MB, 36 Pixel shaders, 12 pipelines as oppose to the X1900XT's 512MB, 48 pixel shaders, 16 pipelines. Even if you compare the 256MB version of X1900XT, it will still be a bit faster

http://anandtech.com/video/showdoc.aspx?i=2858&p=2
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The 1950xtx barely beats the 1900xtx by like 4 fps in just about everything so I think I am going to save the cash and just get a 1900xtx, sound good? Unless the cooler is super quiet on the x1950s?
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post #10 of 12
Yea the $100 dollars could be better spent definetly
Proof?: http://www.extremetech.com/article2/...2007328,00.asp

If you plan on running at extremely high resolutions, possibly with a dual-card setup, the memory bandwidth boost of the Radeon X1950 XTX might be worth it. We like the improved cooling system, but this is really a pretty minor update to the X1900 XTX. From Extreme Tech
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