ATI Radeon X1950 Pro vs. Nvidia GeForce 7900GS

It's quite often that we find ATI and Nvidia rebadging their products. As it happens many times, relaunching an existing graphics card with a new name, tweaked settings and a better price point can do wonders. While there are many examples of successfully rebadged products, there are also those that have gone wayward.

Today we will be taking an in-depth look into two of those "new" products, as both use parts handed down from existing current generation products, namely ATI's Radeon X1950 Pro and the Nvidia GeForce 7900GS.

Both of these cards fall into the $200 price bracket, and as fairly revised products that they are, we certainly expect a raging battle for the crown of the best mainstream graphics card in the market.

View: ATI Radeon X1950 Pro vs. Nvidia GeForce 7900GS @ TechSpot

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They made a mistake. The X1950 Pro is not a "rebadged" X1900GT, because it uses a totally new GPU; the RV570, which is a 80nm chip. The X1900GT GPU is a 90nm one.

Ya, I'm a proud owner of a Sapphire X1950 Pro

Sucks that a month or so after I bought my ATI X1900gt ($200) they come out with the x1950pro. The pro seems to be a very good card and it's cheap. Oh well...lol. The x1900gt is still good also.

i been using Geforce 7900GT since march 2006 (to bad it costed $329 @ the time) and i definitely aint complaining about it ;)

p.s. generally speaking i prefer nvidia graphics cards over ati's.

i have been using 7900gs for almost half a year and indeed, it is a competitive graphic card which well balances the price and performance.