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Powercolor X1900GT

The back of the X1900GT:

It still has a X1900GTO sticker stuck on them, evident that the name change
was very last minute when the cards have already been packed. The initial name
X1900GTO was changed to X1900GT just before launch to shout a clear challenge to
their competitor’s GT range.


Dual DVI ports on this card, common-place among the high-end graphics cards
of today.


The full packaged bundle.

Sadly no games are bundled. The package consists of:


But Powercolor put in a little something for the World Cup followers:

This is actually a sticker chart for you to plot the world teams on the
ladder as they score through their upcoming respective matches. Something simple
but a nice touch in my opinion.

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