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Palit Radeon X1950GT "Super" 512MB Graphics Card - The Package

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| AMD Radeon GPU in Video Cards | Posted: Mar 1, 2007 5:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 7.0%Manufacturer: Palit

The Package

 

I said it once and I will say it again, Frobot rocks! With the same theme we see on a lot of Palit boxes, we have this sexy eyed frog on the front. Being an ATI card it of course follows the red theme. (BTW, what happens when AMD completely takes over and use the same green color scheme as nVidia?) The card is of course Vista ready, Crossfire capable and comes with a copy of SpellForce 2.

 

 

The back of the box is all very standard with some more information related to the core in a number of languages. It's a very standard layout for Palit boxes and we see it on just about all their cards.

 

 

Moving to the inside and bypassing the card temporally we can have a very typical Palit layout - cable wise we have the HDTV out component cable, S-Video cable, PCI Express power cable and a DVI to VGA connector.

 

 

Software wise we get our driver CD along with a copy of PowerDVD and like we saw on the front of the box, a full version of SpellForce 2.

 

 

Not a huge bundle but better than other companies, at least Palit choose to include a game and they change it quite regularly, unlike other companies who are still choosing to supply Dungeon Siege 2 which was released in April of 2005.

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