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|24th January 2007, 11:10||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
PowerColor ATI X1950 Pro Extreme 512MB Graphics Card
"Most gamers out there donít want to spend the kind of money it takes to own a high end graphics cards like the 8800 GTX. Thankfully there are cards that perform well and wont break the bank like the card we are covering today the PowerColor ATI X1950 Pro Extreme 512MB Graphics Card.
One of the most interesting features of this graphics card is the silent cooling fan called the arctic Cooling Accelero X2. While this heatsink looks massive, it is still small enough for the card to require only one PCI slot. The design uses six heat pipes and will work in CrossFire mode as well as in BTX chassis."
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