The Radeon X800GT is the latest VPU release from ATI and wasn't one of their biggest launches with the card silently making its way into the market. Following the well known GT naming scheme, ATI have ventured across adding it onto the end of their X800 line up.
Last week we saw the nVidia GeForce 7800GT released and a few weeks earlier the 7800GTX which are both next generation cards from nVidia, while we see ATI adding onto their current generation line up due to R520 still not being ready.
The X800GT is aimed to hit at the mid range market and take over from the 6600GT but is it too little too late? Or can ATI get away with a mid range card with the new 7800GT and 7800GTX from nVidia getting all the attention at the moment. Let's continue and learn more about the X800GT (our first sample is from GeCube) and see how it goes.
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