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ATI has today officially announced the Radeon X1900GT. The Radeon X1900GT is designed to pack many of the same features as the X1900XTX, but at a much lower cost. The suggested retail price is $299 USD. With a core clock of 575MHz, and the memory running at 600MHz, while those seeking even more of a performance punch, a CrossFire Edition X1900GT will be available. More on today's ATI X1900GT launch is here.