AMD Unveils X1900 G5 Mac Edition Upgrade

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AMD today announced the ATI Radeon X1900 G5 Mac Edition graphics card that represents a high-performance PCI Express graphics upgrade card for the Power Mac G5 Quad and Power Mac G5 Dual.

At an estimated street price of US $349, the ATI Radeon X1900 G5 Mac features 36 pixel shader processors, 256 MB of video RAM and delivers over 37 gigabytes per second of memory bandwidth. It features two DVI ports that are capable of supporting two 30-inch Apple Cinema HD Displays.

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06-11-2006, 13:46:54

masterblaster
here you go, would love to hear comments :D

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v642/bigayd/DSCF0006-1.jpg[/IMG]

[IMG]http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v642/bigayd/DSCF0007.jpg[/IMG]

06-11-2006, 14:26:36

Rastalovich
Plenty of niceness going on there. I`m impressed by the case color, if u had `told` me the colors I would have gone -ewwwwww- but it actually looks nice.

Like the monitor too, I don`t personally like widescreen monitors.

Q1. Do u bang knee on pc case ?

06-11-2006, 14:34:57

Kempez
Very slick - but where ya put your legs?

The external rad looks funny - is it effective?

06-11-2006, 14:51:07

Toxcity
Dude!
I love your case!

Whats that big black box? Looks cool!

Love the monitor! :)

06-11-2006, 14:58:27

ai_01
[QUOTE=Toxcity]Dude!
I love your case!

Whats that big black box? Looks cool!

Love the monitor! :)[/QUOTE]



i think its a file cabinet

06-11-2006, 15:08:57

masterblaster
lol I bang my knees daily but the room it's in has limited space so best I could do :D

Yes the black box is a filing cabint full of household bills, insurance, council tax etc.... :(

External rad works well, passive so no noise at all, It cools effectively even with the central heating on, I don't 'push' my pc too hard so it works fine :D

TFT is a GNR TS900 again nothing too flash but works well, I too am not too overkeen on 19" widescreens myself, hence sticking with a std 19" for the mo but hey, offer me a 24" one and I'll be interested (and interested in a new desk to house it) :D

actually what is missing from that piccy is my PS2, usually sits along side the TFT but I couldn't resist whipping it out to play Family Guy on my 32" LCD TV :D :D :D

06-11-2006, 16:53:39

Dav0s
whats the little screen? not the g15 lcd, the one to the right of it

06-11-2006, 16:56:06

Turkay
Setup's nicer than mine :P

Got any specs?

06-11-2006, 17:02:12

Ham

whats the little screen? not the g15 lcd, the one to the right of it



That would be an alphacool externa LCD display.

I too am interested in the performance of that external rad.

06-11-2006, 17:13:44

jiffz
Nice looking setup you got there mate :), I've spotted the Medusas - good choice ;)

Can we have pics of the inside of the case?
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