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ASUS EAX1800XT TOP - X1800XT On Steroids

| Posted: Dec 4, 2005 3:01 am

ASUS have just recently tricked up ATI's flagship X1800XT even further as they introduce the EAX1800XT TOP edition card. Such enhancements over stock include a beefed up Arctic Cooling solution and a reported 10% performance boost by means of a faster core clock at 700MHz, and memory clock at 1.6GHz.

 

ASUS will also be bundling the official game of "King Kong" the movie, and the XLite gamepad which are together valued at nearly US$100 alone.

 

For further details and specs, check out the official announcement over at ASUS's website folks.

 

Taipei, Taiwan; November 25, 2005 - ASUSTeK Computer Inc (ASUS), a leading provider of high-performance graphics solutions, today introduced the EAX1800XT TOP graphics card, which incorporated ATI's flagship RadeonĀ® X1800XT VPU (video processing unit) to provide the video capability needed for robust PC video systems.

 

To offer stable operation to go with powerful performance, the EAX1800XT TOP leveraged the innovative Arctic Cooling technology, bringing efficient heat dissipation to the world of high-quality visual enjoyment. With industry-leading graphics expertise and advanced technology, the EAX1800XT TOP offers a 10% performance enhancement compared to competing solutions. Furthermore, as the ultimate graphics card for hardcore 3D gamers, it bundled the official game of "King Kong" the movie and XitePad gamepad, which together valued at close to US$100.

 

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