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Well iam wondering which one is better ? I went newegg , and it seems Sapphire Radeon X1900XT has more features but i didnt understand half of those features same with ATI Radeon X1900XT<< has less features and its more expansive than Sapphire..... now iam confused whats the differences ?
 

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The actual cards are identical, except Sapphire have stamped their picture on the cooler.
 

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lol still not convinced did u see the features on Newegg.com ?

also which one u got ste?

Note: Could u do me a favour? if u have run 3dmark01 can u tell me ur score? also if not then can u run 01score?
 

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Originally Posted by kitt3

lol still not convinced did u see the features on Newegg.com ?

also which one u got ste?

Note: Could u do me a favour? if u have run 3dmark01 can u tell me ur score? also if not then can u run 01score?

It's just that the Sapphire version has a longer write-up. The ATI cards do all that as well, it's just not listed on the Newegg write-up. All Sapphire are doing is taking the ATI manufactured cards and shipping them. The Sapphire x1900xt cards and the ATI x1900xt cards are identical, except for the picture on the cooler.
Sorry, don't have 3Dmark01. Scored over 6500 3DMark06 points though if that's any help.

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Originally Posted by ENTERPRISE1701

That is pretty much it but there clock speeds and mem speeds do vary very slightely though.

All the x1900xt cards have exactly the same clock speeds at present 625/1450 and the XTX cards are slightly higher at 650/1550.
 

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None of the X1900 cards come with any clock speeds higher then stock reference as of yet, none of them have a non reference cooler either.

The only real differences will be:

The box
The bundle (apps and games)
The sticker on the heatsink
The PRICE

So get whichever is cheapest, which is usually the Sapphire ones.
 
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