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PowerColor X1600 PRO HDMI – Connecting PC to HDTV & Home Theatre

Discussion in 'Industry News' started by Tim S, 20 Jul 2006.

  1. Tim S

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    Taipei, Taiwan – July 20, 2006 – Tul Corporation, provider of industry-leading graphic cards, announce the availability of PowerColor X1600 Pro HDMI supporting HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection); experiencing the latest High Definition (HD) video standards at 1080p quality is now a reality.

    PowerColor X1600 Pro HDMI comes as a low-profile PCI Express card, running at 500MHz (core) and 900 MHz (memory)of 256MB DDR3. It includes connectors for HDMI, VGA and S/PDIF in so that audio signals can be delivered with video signals through the HDMI connector. Being CrossFireTM ready, the X1600 Pro HDMI can be used in combination with other X1600 cards for multi-gpu systems. It also supports Shader Model 3, DirectX 9.0 and ATI’s AVIVO technology.

    “PowerColor X1600 Pro HDMI is great for anyone building a media PC as it leaves them worry-free for future hardware upgrades.” says Ted Chen, CEO of Tul Corporation. “The card is extremely versatile as it’s an excellent choice for playing today’s latest games.”

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    About TUL Corporation
    Established in 1997, Tul has become one of the leading suppliers for graphics cards, powered by ATI's graphics processors. Tul employs more than 150 talents worldwide, and has offices in Asia, Europe and North America to support over 300 channel partners and distributors in 50 plus countries. Its customers include the tier-one OEMs, distributors, VARs and System Integrators. For further information, please visit www.powercolor.com.
     
  2. ch424

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    I don't know much about Crossfire, so I may be wrong here, but: how do you use it in Crossfire when it has no DVI connectors?

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  3. Tim S

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    The X1600 runs CrossFire without the need for a master card ;)
     

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