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ATI doubles the RAM on its 2900 XT but is it double the pleasure or double the pain?
Sapphire showcase ATI's much delayed All-in-Wonder card based on the X800 XT GPU. Once again, power and versatilty make for a powerful combination.
Following our look at the reference card, we've got our hands on the first retail board based on the Radeon X850 XT PE.
At last we've got our hands on a retail Radeon X800 card, and unsurprisingly, it's from Sapphire.
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