Tuesday, June 5th 2012
PowerColor showed off a handful of entry-level graphics cards that use the Radeon E6000 series GPUs. Designed for embedded systems, the E6000 series GPUs use multi-chip module packages, which seats the GPU die and memory on the same package, reducing board footprint. PowerColor's cards are targeted at productivity desktops, where reliable display connectivity, and responsive 2D display are priority. Among the cards shown by PowerColor, are full-height, half-height, and pseudo-half-height graphics cards, with a variety of display output configurations.