ATI Ships Record breaking Radeon X1800 XT

November 10, 2005

ATI Technologies announced today that the highly anticipated Radeon X1800 XT, the fastest graphics processor on the planet, is now available for gamers and enthusiasts seeking an unprecedented level of 3D performance and image quality.

The new Radeon X1800 XT, which began shipping on November 3, ahead of schedule, features a radically new ultra-threaded 3D architecture and ATI's revolutionary Avivo video and display technology platform, designed to unleash visual and performance possibilities that gamers until now could only dream about getting from a PC graphics processor.

The revolutionary Radeon X1800 XT architecture gives competitive gamers and enthusiasts blistering performance in the most demanding, shader-intensive environments, an efficient new memory design and Avivo technologies for visual perfection and advanced video playback.

"The demand for the Radeon X1800 XT has been fantastic!" said Howard Tong, VP of Marketing, Newegg.com "We have received several shipments from ATI and we are selling out as soon as we place them online."

Radeon X1800 and Radeon X1300 cards are currently available from retailers and e-tailers including CDW, CompUSA, Fry's, Monarch Computers, NewEgg, Tiger Direct and Radeon X1600 is expected to ship later in the fall.

Source: ATI

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