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    X800RX the new mid-range king?


    Here's the list showing the X800RX uses the same as X850XT PE core

    these X800RX are selling at same price as X800.

    X800RX - R480 core, 8 pipes, 256MB, GDDR3, 256BIT, 475 / 980
    X800 - R430 core, 12 pipes, 256MB, GDDR3, 128BIT, 390 / 700

    need a comparison benchmark on these i think

    EDIT: X800RX = X800GT but X800RX might enable more pipes
    Last edited by KAsports; August 22nd, 2005 at 08:26 AM.

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    If there's success stories about unlocking it, then it's gonna be a pretty nice card... pipe unlocking was what was sorely missing from the X800GT IMO.

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