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Our friends over at HKEPC has got hold of a X1900XTX card already and the R580 die size is noticeably larger than the R520. If the process technology remains at 90nm for the R580, the estimated number of transistors stand at 350M or more compared to 321M for the R520. Radeon X1900 XTX will be clocked at 695MHz core and 1550MHz memory while the Radeon X1900 XT will be clocked at 625MHz core and 1450MHz memory. ATi has revealed that Radeon X1900 XTX will require at least 450W PSU with 30A in 12V rail. If in Crossfire setup, the system will require at least 550W PSU and the 12V rail will need to provide 38A.
I am doing a little research about old GPU's, and I found the above news thread on here, which was posted 7 years ago. Little I knew, it against the forum rules to bring back from the dead a old news thread. Apologies.
Still, I can't find the die size, tdp and launch price of the X1900XTX. Can anyone help me out please?
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The X1900XTX has a core that runs at 650 MHz and memory that runs at 1.55 MHz. It also has 512 MB GDDR memory. The MSRP is $649.

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Graphics Card Model TDP (Watts)

Radeon X1900XTX 135

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R580

Die size: 315 sq mm

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