Conclusion Well, let's sum some things up in a conclusion. First thing that comes to mind when I think of this product is its 'X-Factor'. This product has very interesting additional features when compared to the competition.
So it's like this: if you do not want or simply can't afford to spend a huge amount of money on a high-end graphics card and can settle for a little less performance, then we highly recommend this product. It's very stable and for the money it offers heaps of functionality, features and really nice performance. You can basically play any game to date without any issue at all with very reasonable DirectX 9 performance. I must admit that it's rare for me to really like a product of this caliber in this particular way because, well... there is just not one thing wrong with it... everything looks, feels and plays good with this card. It has something for everyone. You don't have to pay a huge sum of money. You can tweak some serious extra performance out of it, media playback is simply fantastic, all today's games can be played more than adequate with it, it has a stylish design, the rotating and removable LCD display, aluminum housing... seriously, what is there not to like about this product? Only one thing I guess... taste. If you don't like the design you'll probably won't buy it... but that's the only thing that comes to mind. Personally I am a little bit in love with this ProLink product, I think it's that cool.
Hey, small suggestion. If you have to choose between a GeForce FX 5700 Ultra or a 5900 XT then please opt for this one without hesitation, quite weird for a product with almost the same price tag. What comes to mind here is pure and unadulterated value. Spend $20-30 USD more as this product justifies that price easily. The 4 pixel pipelines with 2 TMUs per pipe and the 256-bit memory interface compared to the GeForce FX 5700 Ultra in the same price class moves this product into the lower region of the high-end cards and with this price is extremely competitive.
I can make this a mind boggling, boring, long conclusion but when a product is downright fantastic then why waste anymore energy and time on rambling on for multiple pages.
The PixelView 5900 XT Golden Limited without any doubt is granted our Editor's Choice award, it's one of the best proucts we've tested this year, it's a downright beautiful design and extremely well performing product with a plethora of features at a very competitive price. It's just fantastic. Two thumbs up and highly recommended.
Product: PixelView GeForce FX 5900 XT Golden Limited Manufacturer: Prolink MSRP: 210
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