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ATI Radeon X800 XT Mac Edition Graphics Card review Review: ATI Radeon X800 XT Mac Edition By Mike Published: 1/7/2005 Performance Tests vs 6800 Ultra & OEM 9800 Pro in Dual 2GHz G5 Intro/Photos Pros: As good or better performance in general than the $100 more expensive Mac 6800 Ultra card. Single slot design. ADC and dual link DVI port. Support for HDTVs via DVI Port. Control Panel w/advanced features including 3D/GL overrides. Cons: Expensive (Although there's no retail Mac graphics card in its class that's less.) Reviewer's Tilt: ( Jan 2005) If I were buying a high end card for my AGP slot G5 Mac today, personally I'd choose the X800 XT over the 6800GT or the more expensive 6800 Ultra. Considering the performance, single slot design, ATI control panel features (nothing like that for Mac nvidia cards) and (generally) more frequent Mac driver updates than the Nvidia cards, I consider the X800 XT a better overall value for most users than the Mac 6800 series.
Requirements: Apple PowerMac G5 Tower system running 10.3.5 or later per user guide ( notes 10.3.6 or later). 512MB RAM or better. 8x AGP slot required, so not compatible with G4 Towers. Genuine apple ati radeon hd 5770 1gb graphics card for mac.
Retail package includes one DVI to VGA adapter, ATI software CD and Installation/User guide. 3-year limited warranty. Availability: The X800 XT Mac Edition originally shipped in January 2005 at $499, later dropped appx $200 (in 2007) but after a brief appearance in late Sept/Early Oct. 2007, it's not longer listed at the and likely is EOL (end of life) due to parts availability. As of early Oct. 2007, Site sponsor OWC has some of the last stock on the but may be sold out by the time you read this. Introduction On Jan.
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Toshiba satellite c850a669 driver for mac. 5th, ATI officially the graphics card for PowerMac G5s. The Mac X800 XT has one Dual Link DVI and one ADC port and supports the Apple 30-inch Cinema HD Display as well as legacy Apple ADC Displays and (with included adapter) VGA monitors. The X800 XT features 16 pixel pipelines, six vertex pipelines and 256MB of GDDR3 memory. ( 2005) Original list price is $499 ($100 less than the Mac Nvidia 6800 Ultra, although that card can drive two 30in displays). Since 99.9% of Mac users won't own two 30in Cinema displays, I think the choice of Dual Link DVI + ADC port makes market sense and it's -very rare- to see a retail card with an ADC port. Although I have never been a big fan of ADC (powering a monitor from the computer P.S.), there are a lot of those displays out there and having a native ADC port saves having to buy a $100 or so DVI/ADC adapter w/Pwr Supply. This first posting compares performance of the X800 XT to a Mac 6800 Ultra DDL (256MB) and the original OEM Radeon 9800 Pro (128MB) card that was a BTO option with the 2003 PowerMac G5 and includes pages on the.
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