Powercolor X1900XT 512mb

Introduction and packaging


Powercolor are one of ATI's major AIB partners. They have a reputation for producing no-nonsense quality bundles without a lot of the extra games that a lot of firms send with the graphics cards nowadays. This means that their cards are slightly cheaper and in my opinion: better value.

Today I will take a look at the Powercolor X1900XT. I have already reviewed the Sapphire X1900XTX here, along with an nvidia card roundup here. I will take a look at the Powercolor card and see how it compares to those top-end products.


Powercolor have presented the card in attractive packaging that shows you part of the card on the front.

powercolor x1900xt

This gives you a clear idea of what you are getting. They have also added specs and information on the back of the card:

powercolor x1900xt

The actual packaging of the card was fairly minimal but it certainly does its job at protecting the card in transit:

powercolor x1900xt

The card arrived in great shape and I have no doubt that the packaging did its job.

Now onto the card itself..
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Most Recent Comments

14-06-2006, 19:30:19

Nice review. Good pix & benches too, Kempez Very thorough. You should use that card, hehe..your GTX get's smacked around by both cards lol, it's depressing (for you at least).Quote

14-06-2006, 19:34:31

Nah not depressed.

3 reasons:

1: nVidia's drivers are better

2: My GTX doesn't sound like its about to take off

3: I know I'll change my card when DX10 cards come out

Nice card thoQuote

14-06-2006, 20:13:44

LOL good point. The X1K is quite loud, but christ ever stick your hand back there? Pushes at least 60 CFM at 100% if not more.


14-06-2006, 20:27:58

Originally Posted by NickS
LOL good point. The X1K is quite loud, but christ ever stick your hand back there? Pushes at least 60 CFM at 100% if not more.

Yeah but the nvidea cooling fan has a great throughput with none of the sound. the cooler on the GTX is far superior IMO Quote

14-06-2006, 20:35:14

sweet reveiw mate and agreed nvidia's cooling solution is very capable sound-performance wise .


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