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Cedstick December 18, 2007 09:38 PM

(FS): PowerColor Radeon X1950 Pro AGP
 
What's For Sale:

PowerColor's Radeon X1950 Pro 512MB graphics card for AGP motherboards has been toted by many industry veterans as one of the best cards available for the AGP platform. The card is based off of the 80nm RV570 GPU, boasting a 575Mhz core clock, 690Mhz memory clock, 36 pixel shaders and 8 vertex shaders. Include an Arctic Cooling Accelero X2 GPU fan on-top and you've got one of the fastest, coolest, and quietest cards in it's league.

Firing Squad's review can be found here for an alternate perspective to mine :thumb:

I'm asking for $160CAD including shipping :) Comes with original box and all accessories. Shipping is 3-day if in-Canada and 7-day if to the US. Paypal only.

http://www.dvtuc.com/imagehost/userf...950Pro-AGP.jpg
Sorry 'bout the crappy picture. Far too lazy to take it out at the moment (long day).

I've been nothing but satisfied with this card, originally running on ATI's 9800 Pro. The old card did me decently with Valve's Source engine for a while, but I eventually needed to upgrade for Company of Heroes and a smoother Battlefield 2 experience. What I ended up getting was the ability to play all of these games at their finest appearance, even Company of Heroes and it's intense 8-player physics-fests in online multi-player were feasable :D The card also runs Call of Duty 4 on it's highest settings with 4xAA with an average 25 FPS during battle sequences, and runs Crysis at 30 FPS on a rounded 'High' setting at 1440x900.

In all honesty, the only reason I'm selling this card is because I'd recently bought an E6850 for my the motherboard I'd recently bought, but the motherboard clocks it down to an E6600. Simply put: Screw it; I'm going all-out x38 and PCI-Express--no more dickin' around.

Thanks!


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