I found that Asus card, but Im not sure if I should get it. I dont plan to use crossfire, and I have been looking for a x1900xt 256mb with no luck.
All I find is those cripple 1900GTs.
The asus card from the Newegg link looks prytty good but im not sure because they named it " ASUS EAX1900 CrossFire /2DH/512M 256-bit GDDR3"
Im thinking its a x1900xt 512mb
Will I be required to buy a second card to be able to use it.?
For 309.00usd +shipping it looks too sexy to just pass by.
An X1900XT 512MB by MSI is available for less than $300 after rebate (as of 6:00 AM GMT), but is of course out of stock. I'm guessing this will soon disappear off the site as I doubt Newegg has anymore in stock.
The X1950 pro is already out. They cost about $200 and are a bit better than a X1900GT, slower than the X1900XT. The real X1900XT 256MB replacement is the X1950XT. Those are not out yet and I am not sure on price. I'm guessing $300 but hoping it's less.
It's not too late. I just went there and the Sapphire X1900XT 256MB OEM was still in stock. For $219.99, that's one damn good price.
Desidude006: The 7900GTX is a better card than the X1900XT 256MB. You can find it at zipzoomfly for $299.99 after MIR. With the prices for the X1900XT series being high (except for the OEM at Newegg - for the moment that is), this was the only viable option.
TSIMonster: Recently I found out that the ASUS X1950Pro has no VIVO or a connector to put it in Xfire. If this is no big deal for people then it's a very good bargain for it's performance.