Albatron TC 6200 Q PCI-E, Thermaltake Tsunami Dream PC Case, and more!
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"Between the HIS card and ATI's card, the performance and features are identical, so the main advantage of the HIS X850XT-PE is the improved cooler. While we knocked it earlier, it does run quietly and cools on average about 12°C cooler than ATI's cooler. Other than that, deciding between the cards is going to boil down to pricing and availability."
"The TC6200Q is Albatron's nomenclature for its 64 MB/64 bit 6200 TC. While it has 64 MB onboard, it can address up to 192 MB of main memory when 512 MB or more are present. This gives it a total of 256 MB of addressable memory utilizing onboard and system memory through the PCI-E bus."