ATI is launching the X1650 XT today as another choice for gamers on a more reasonable budget.
The card is the second to be made on ATI's new 80nm production line, and is also the second to feature the internal CrossFire bridge rather than the horrid dongle thinger.
PowerColor is first off the line with its press release, and it has the 1650 clocked at 600/1400 with 256MB of DDR3 RAM running on a 128-bit interface. There are 24 pixel shaders and 5 vertex shaders.
The board also features HDCP for next-gen optical disc playback. We haven't got final UK prices yet, but expect the card to come in at just under £100.
Check out the specs, then let us know what your pick of the sub-£100 cards are over in the forums.