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XGI Volari V3XT is coming

Posted on Tuesday, December 14 2004 @ 13:42:22 CET by

The Club-3D Volari V3XT is a Low Profile Noiseless Powerhouse offering you a superior High Quality office desktop or HTPC. With up to 128MB of video memory and the Cipher Video Processor it will set new standards for video playback on PC systems. The Club-3D Volari V3XT is: DirectX 9 compliant for running modern applications, using dual RAMDAC technology for powerful dual monitor operation, displaying up to 1080i and 720p in HDTV format.

Read more at Volari Gamers.


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Re: XGI Volari V3XT is coming
by Anonymous on Wednesday, December 15 2004 @ 05:15:41 CET
yeah so basically this card is way too hot, it really does need a cooling fan--with an ambient air temperature of 63F, the card ran at about 140F.

This card is perhaps the worst performing video card that I have ever had the honor of reviewing.. 75 3D marks in 3DMark2005--Despite this "suite" of testing is awful at best, I would want to believe that a 128MB video card was capable of actually PLAYING games.

Cards like this are marketed to the public with 128MB of memory for the sole purpose of swindling them. I'll be dollars to grains of sand that this card would perform as well with 32MB of RAM.


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