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Old 11th August 2004, 13:10   #1
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anyone interested ?
take a look here

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Old 11th August 2004, 13:15   #2
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the x800xt should suffice for everyone in my humble opinion;

the PE = overkill
just like the 6800 Ultra Extreme
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as I plan to pelt cool it, I don't need a pe either, coz the xt will go just as high as the pe version
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Old 11th August 2004, 13:55   #4
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actually i did not notice a big difference in price ...
 
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I thought there was only an XT PE version...
 
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I thought there was only an XT PE version...
good point, i dont find different versions of the xt card on the sapphire websites (sapphiretech.com or .de), but all shops seem to sell the PE version
 
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as I plan to pelt cool it, I don't need a pe either, coz the xt will go just as high as the pe version
Yes. But with a PE + pelt you can go much higher!
The Samsung memory-chips of a X800 XT PE are faster (1,8 ns) then the chips of a "normal" X800 XT.

But on the other hand, I think an X800 XT PE is to expensive right now. Maybe it's better to buy an X800 Pro and mod it to an X800 XT.
 
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I thought there was only an XT PE version...
I requote myself, cos I would like to have a link... until then, you're all brabbling nonsense...
 
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X800XT and X800XT PE are the same
I had the same question and i E-mailed Sapphire.
They telled me that the normal X800XT will be only for PCI-Express
Every X800XT from Sapphire for AGP8x is a Platinum Edition

http://www.sapphiretech.com/forum/to...?TOPIC_ID=5707

Yes but, when you buy a X800XT for AGP from Sapphire then it is the Platinum Edition(520,1120) (Sapphire tolld me that)
The normal X800XT(500,1000) will be only produced for PCI-Express
And the Toxic will be the same as the other X800XT`s for AGP=a Platinum Edition with a blue PCB and a Artic Silencer in Toxic Design

http://froogle.google.com/froogle?q=...ff&sa=N&tab=wf
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thx for the great info, this clears things up a lot for all of us
 
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