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Asus EAX1900XT Review



Here at OCC, installing new video cards and hardware has become a daily activity and a new video card is by far one of the simplest. Remove the side panel from your case, unscrew the holding screw (with the PC off of course!). Pop out old card, put the new card into the old card’s slot. Keep in mind that with this card, you will also need to remove an additional expansion slot cover. Then secure the card with 2 screws, put the side panel back on, and boot your machine. Once the machine is booted, you will need to uninstall your old video card drivers and install the new ones supplied on the CD, or in our case, the latest ones from the ATI website. Boom, your new card is installed and ready to ROCK, or in our case, benchmark!


Graphics Engine RADEON X1900XT
Video Memory 512MB DDR3
Engine Clock 625MHz
Memory Clock 1.45GHz (725MHz DDR3)
Memory Interface 256-bit
Max Resolution 2048 X 1536
Bus Standard 16 lanes PCI Express
VGA Output Standard 15-pin VGA (per DVI To VGA Adapter)
HDTV Output S-Video to HDTV
TV Output S-Video to Composite
Video Input S-Video to Composite
DVI Output DVI-I
Dual DVI Output Yes
Dual VGA Output Yes
Adaptor/Cable bundled DVI to VGA adapter; Component-out cable adapter;
9 Pin S-Video to composite VIVO cable
6’ Svideo cable;
6’ Composite cable
Software Bundled CD leather Wallet
King Kong
Asus GamePack,
Power Director 3
Media Show
ASUS Utilities & Driver
Note Power supplies with 450-Watt capacity and 30A current on 12V rail is recommended for single EAX1900 series product

  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation & Specifications
  3. Testing & Benchmark: Far Cry
  4. Benchmark: F.E.A.R
  5. Benchmark: Doom 3
  6. Benchmark: Call Of Duty 2
  7. Benchmark: Quake 4
  8. Benchmark: Need For Speed: Most Wanted
  9. Conclusion
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