ATI CrossFire Clockspeed Adjustments

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The upcoming Radeon X1950XTX and X1950 CrossFire Edition will be clocked at the same speeds, something that has not yet been seen in ATI's current crossfire linup. In previous versions of CrossFire cards the cores have typically been underclocked compared to their single-card alternatives.

This is not the only change that the Radeon X1950 (R580+ core) will be sporting, these cards will be carrying support for GDDR4, as opposed to GDDR3 for the earlier cards. The clock speeds of the Radeon X1950XTX will be 650MHz core and 512MB of 2GHz GDDR4 memory.

The card is set to release at $449 USD sometime in late August, early September.

As of the R600, ATI will be able to phase out master cards altogether in its high-end line up, moving more towards the way their X1600 and X1300 cards opperate (the same as NVIDIA's setup of any two similar cards working together)

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06-07-2005, 11:57:32

NickS
thanks everyone.

Yeah, PV does the guides that cost $500 worth of parts to demonstrate on ;).

07-07-2005, 00:17:32

PV5150

PV does the guides that cost $500 worth of parts to demonstrate on

WTF!!!! :eek: Show me where it costs $500 worth of kit to use one of my guides :mad:

07-07-2005, 00:22:59

enVias
PV's guides are the shiznit!

07-07-2005, 00:30:28

bloodthirst
i dont think PV spends $500 on parts to demonstrate on :rolleyes:

07-07-2005, 00:42:06

PV5150

i dont think PV spends $500 on parts to demonstrate on

:rolleyes: I most certainly do not. Thanks for the vote enVias :)

07-07-2005, 01:26:50

enVias

:rolleyes: I most certainly do not. Thanks for the vote enVias :)


No probs.. I've loved every single one of your guides :)

I especially loved reading through the history of nVidia and ATi ;)

07-07-2005, 01:33:24

PV5150
Thanks mate, of all my guides they are probably two of my most favourite ones :cool:

I'll get you then $300 later mate :D

07-07-2005, 01:58:33

NickS
LOL PV I mean like the Anodizing one and such :).

07-07-2005, 02:25:40

bloodthirst

LOL PV I mean like the Anodizing one and such :).



anodising** dosent cost much really

* A plastic container-$5 from Big W or Kmart;
*Sulphuric acid (battery acid is fine)-$2/litre from a battery wholesaler;
*Sodium Hydroxide (Drain cleaner)-$6 from your local supermarket:
*Sheet lead-$7/metre available from most hardware stores:
*12V DC power supply (8A battery charger)-$40 from your local auto stockist;
*Anodising dye- free samples should be available from your local anodiser;
*Assorted nuts, bolts, washers and 30A hook-up wire; and
*some thin Aluminium wire-MIG welding wire is perfect.



thats like $30 at the most

07-07-2005, 02:44:55

NickS
Add it up m8. $60. :D
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