Asus A8R32-MVP Deluxe - ATI Radeon XPress 3200 Chipset Review
Posted on Thursday, March 02 2006 @ 00:30:43 CET by LSDsmurf
When ATI’s first iteration of CrossFire was released, there were many in the industry that called both the video cards and motherboards supporting it a hack job, which really wasn’t far from the truth. However some credit has to be given to ATI for making a response to NVIDIA’s SLI attack at all, albeit with some modest success. The initial release of the Radeon XPress 200 chipset showed that the chipset had several issues and inefficiencies that kept it from running completely on par with the NVIDIA nForce chipset. Because of these shortcomings, ATI’s chipsets never gained any foothold in the enthusiast crowd as CrossFire wasn’t attractive enough for users to overlook the spastic behavior of the XPress 200..