Radeon X800XL 512MB, Windows x64 & Gaming, and more!
The Radeon X800XL 512MB reviews are out! I'm sure many of you are wondering how a 512MB Radeon card will perform with Doom 3's Ultra Quality mode. The reviews listed below should help answer that question. Stay tuned for HotHardware's report on the X800XL 512MB!
ATI's Radeon(R) X800 XL 512 MB Graphics Card Delivers Better Performance and Image Quality For Top Games
MARKHAM, ON – May 4, 2005 – ATI Technologies Inc. (TSX: ATY, NASDAQ: ATYT) today launched its powerful new Radeon(R) X800 XL 512 MB graphics card, allowing gamers to run today's top games at the highest image quality settings possible, at very high speeds, delivering an amazing gaming experience. Further, the introduction of 512MB graphics cards allows game developers to raise the visual quality bar for their next-generation games currently in development.
The Radeon X800 XL 512MB is currently being used by today's top developers including BioWare; Crytek; Digital Extremes; Funcom; Gas Powered Games; Grin; id Software, inc; Juice Games; Lionhead; NCsoft; Remedy and Valve. Hungry for new advanced platforms to drive development, industry pioneers are already praising ATI's advancements powering the shift to High Definition gaming.
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Radeon X800XL 512MB Reviews:
"The focus of this article is to determine if upgrading to Windows XP Professional x64 Edition with an AMD Athlon64 would give us a better gaming experience in current games. We used eight games for our evaluation including one that supported Win64 AMD64 specifically. We evaluate DOOM 3, Half Life 2, Need For Speed 2, Splinter Cell:Chaos Theory, Everquest II, World of Warcraft, The Chronicles of Riddick, and The Sims 2..."
"Ninjalane has posted their review of the 3200XL enabled XMS Xpert memory from Corsair. While we don't do too much memory overclocking here at Ninjalane it was quite impressive to get DDR550 speeds right out of the box."
"So how well does the ABIT AG8 rate?! Well, I have to say it is probably one of the better ones on the market. Can it get better? YES! But, you say, Turbo, where can this near heavenly motherboard possibly get better?!"