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Major OEMs and System Builders Choose ATI’s Radeon X1900

By Julio Franco
Jan 24, 2006
  1. MARKHAM, ON – January 24, 2006 – ATI today launched and has made available its newest graphics processors for gaming and multimedia enthusiasts, the Radeon® X1900. The Radeon X1900 products are being adopted by major OEMs and system builders to deliver the ultimate in gaming and digital media experiences. Whether they are opting for single-GPU or multi-GPU configurations, OEMs and SIs are integrating ATI’s products into the most advanced gaming platforms on the planet.

    OEM and system builders who will be bringing Radeon X1900-powered systems to market include:

    ABS Computer Technologies Inc.
    Alienware Corp.
    All American Computer
    Alternate Computerversand GmbH
    Amazon.de, GmbH, Germany
    Arlt Computer GmbH
    Atelco Computer Event GmbH
    Bas Computers BV
    Conrad Electronic GmbH
    CyberPower Inc.
    Evesham Technology Ltd
    Falcon Northwest
    Gateway, Inc.
    iBuyPower Computer
    Monarch Computer Products
    Network Technical AB
    Polywell Computers Inc.
    Snogard Computer
    Velocity Micro
    Voodoo PC
    ZT Group

    Other customers are expected to adopt the Radeon X1900 soon and will announce according to their product schedules.

    Graphics cards powered by the Radeon X1900 will be available worldwide from ATI and its add-in-card partners including:

    ASUSTek Computer Inc.
    Club 3D B.V.
    Connect3D, Inc.
    Diamond Multimedia
    Giga-Byte Technology Co., Ltd.
    Hightech Information System Ltd.
    Info-Tek Corporation
    MSI Computer Corp
    Palit Microsystems, Inc.
    Sapphire Technology Limited
    TUL Corporation
    Viking InterWorks

    For more information on the new Radon X1900 products launched today please visit www.ati.com.
  2. swker98

    swker98 TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,077

    my question is why doesnt ati crank the 1900 series up with more then 16 pips :confused: :confused:
  3. flavin

    flavin TS Rookie Posts: 91

    My question is where is nVidias 7900? on the way i hope.

    anyways about ur question the 7800 gtx 512mb has 24 pipes and its getting destroyed by the x1900. so i guess it doesnt need it.
  4. j4m32

    j4m32 TS Rookie Posts: 49

    never been a fan of NVidia,

    1st one mealted because it was so rubbish,
    2nd one (in my mates PC) just couldn't handle crud all,

    unfortunatly i am not uptodate wiht lates Hardware scince my PC has been running everything i want atm, next build is gonna be big :p hoping to go AMD 939...

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