Despite how relatively new PCIe is to the scene there is currently a great selection of video cards. Though many consumers have yet to make the jump from AGP this transition is extremely smooth because there are such a large number of cards available, all priced very competitively with their AGP counterparts. This is so true that ATI has two midrange GPUs available, the X600 and then X700. This can be a bit confusing for consumers and in the turmoil the X600 seems to have been a bit forgotten. It was released before the X700 so it had its chance in the spotlight but now X700s are available for just a few dollars more than tthe X600s so many consumers are opting to spend the extra dough. This review will be taking a look at Gigabyte's Radeon X600 XT graphics accelerator with 128MB of memory, model GV-RX60X128V. This is the "XT" variant of the chip, so be careful not to confuse it with the "Pro".