ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT Performance Benchmarks

ATI Radeon HD 2900 XT puts up some impressive numbers in benchmarks

After several delays, AMD plans to launch its long-awaited R600 graphics processors. AMD is currently briefing select members of the press on its R600 architecture in the Tunisia, but there is no embargo date on the R600 for DailyTech -- they can show you benchmarks now.

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Torch3987d ago (Edited 3987d ago )

Given those comparative benchmarks, those hotrod flames on the shell are quite justifiable.

Looks like I may be reconsidering purchasing Nvidia after all. For me, my purchase is going to rely heavily upon DX10 performance as well...and make no mistake that we WILL see DX10 in action one day!!!...err...right???

(Possibly maybe???)

Leathersoup3987d ago

I'll have to agree with you on that. When I build a new machine it'll be in order to play DX10 games. I wanna see which card handles running Crysis better. :D

ben hates you3987d ago (Edited 3987d ago )

but awesome i always prefer ati over nvidia, but i don't care for amd processors i've been wanting to have a new video card for my awesome gaming machine i bought 6,000$ for my gateway intel core 2 extreme quad core processor 3.2ghz each 4 gigs of gddr2 ram, 1.5 terabyte hdd along with my 24 inch 1920x1200 hd monitor what a day to be broke

kewlkat0073987d ago

where do you have time to play consoles and such. I actually compared that your to the XPS quad-core machine. They are both beast.

Torch3987d ago

"gateway intel core 2 extreme quad core processor 3.2ghz each 4 gigs of gddr2 ram along with my 24 inch 1920x1200 hd monitor"

Well, at least we all now know WHY you're broke! :P

Antan3987d ago

ill hold out for the XTX version with one gig.

Rooted_Dust3987d ago

Looks like I bought my motherboard too soon. Looks like it's only compatible for SLI not Crossfire. Kind of narrows my selection :(

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