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Old 4th April 2005, 10:50   #1
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PowerColor Computer Inc. was established in April 1999 in the City of Industry, CA. PowerColor is an ISO 9001 certified manufacturing facility, creating and manufacturing multimedia VGA solutions through in house R&D. Using some of the best engineers in the field, PowerColor's research and development has propelled Tul Corporations trademark into tier one status with VPU chip giant ATI. Combining on-site, state of the art manufacturing techniques, one of the best product support teams with rock solid reliable products, PowerColor is ATI's very first and top tier one add-in board manufacturer while holding a substantial share of the multimedia gaming market and it's no surprise.


"One of PowerColor's latest high-end multimedia gaming video processing unit is the new and improved PowerColor X800XL. The model we are going to scrutinize is the R43C-TVD3D. The R43C-TVD3D is the nomenclature for a Dual DVI-I / HDTV / VIVO X800XL, PCI-Express x16, 256bit - 256MB GDDR3, 16 pixel pipeline power house! The PowerColor Radeon X800 XL VIVO is an excellent cost effective high-end multimedia video card and today we are going analyze and test this bad boy on both Intel and AMD platforms."

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Old 4th April 2005, 11:38   #2
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Looks like it's the same lay-out as the x800 series AGP.

Anyone can confirm that? ( just for h2o cooling reasons )
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Old 4th April 2005, 19:39   #3
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I think they lean closer to the x850 design since the voltmods are pretty much the same...
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