Thursday, January 20th 2011

PowerColor Announces Radeon HD 6950 PCS++ Graphics Card

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, announces a dual mode setting design in the HD 6950 series: the PowerColor PCS++ HD6950. The PowerColor PCS++ HD6950 features a dual BIOS setting, allowing a bump in performance with factory overclocking to at 880MHz core speed and 1250MHz memory speed. The bump enables performance to increase out its own segment and maximize gaming experience like never before.

The PCS++ HD6950 also has embedded with a back up setting, easily delivering the extreme performance to tackle the game titles. Gamers can manually switch the different settings to meet their own demands.

“This product is like nothing else on the market with its dual mode setting design,” said Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. “The PCS++ HD6950 is an innovative product with all the key features, it should be the solution which can fulfill any gamer’s demand.”

Furthermore, the PowerColor PCS++ HD6950 features cooling through its dual 92mm fans, enlarging the air flow to lower the GPU temperature in a lower fan speed. Heat it dissipated through the heat from its copper base that fully covers the GPU efficiently. All this combined results in high performance in a quiet environment.

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To bring more benefits for PCS+ gamers, PowerColor includes the most-anticipated game of the year, Modern Warfare 2, into the PCS++ HD6950. Continuing the gripping and heart-racing action against a new threat dedicated to bringing the world to the brink of collapse, the Modern Warfare 2 delivers the most realistic and immersive FPS gaming experience with PowerColor PCS++ HD6950 to all gamers, enabling the most exhilarating gaming experience like never before.
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11 Comments on PowerColor Announces Radeon HD 6950 PCS++ Graphics Card

#1
arroyo
Cool
Bios from this card would be usefull. Looks like reference PCB with wide overclocking limits in CCC.
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HXL492
what is it with powercolor and red pcbs?
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#3
Breathless
Sorry if this has been asked in other threads, but is it safe to say that any of these new cards are not able to be flashed to 6970?
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#4
Vancha
by: Breathless
Sorry if this has been asked in other threads, but is it safe to say that any of these new cards are not able to be flashed to 6970?
Yes.
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#5
W1zzard
by: Breathless
Sorry if this has been asked in other threads, but is it safe to say that any of these new cards are not able to be flashed to 6970?
No.

"The bump enables performance to increase out its own segment and maximize gaming experience like never before"
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#7
Ulysses
by: arroyo
Cool
Bios from this card would be usefull. Looks like reference PCB with wide overclocking limits in CCC.
:laugh: :toast:
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PopcornMachine
by: btarunr
TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, announces a dual mode setting design in the HD 6950 series: the PowerColor PCS++ HD6950. The PowerColor PCS++ HD6950 features a dual BIOS setting, allowing a bump in performance with factory overclocking to at 880MHz core speed and 1250MHz memory speed. The bump enables performance to increase out its own segment and maximize gaming experience like never before.
I think someone forgot to tell TUL corporation that all 6900 series cards have dual BIOS.

They are taking credit for something they didn't do. :confused:
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HXL492
by: PopcornMachine
I think someone forgot to tell TUL corporation that all 6900 series cards have dual BIOS.

They are taking credit for something they didn't do. :confused:
Welcome to the world of marketing :laugh:
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#10
krousnik
wow, does somebody knows where to find bios for this beauty, I wold like to run my powercolor 6950 with it's bios :toast:
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#11
Aleksander
by: PopcornMachine
I think someone forgot to tell TUL corporation that all 6900 series cards have dual BIOS.
What about the MSI Twin Frozr II???
It does not have it and for me it is the worst 6950 card i have seen so far
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