Wednesday, January 23rd 2008

PowerColor Announces More DX10.1 Gaming/Mainstream Graphics Cards

TUL Corporation announced today the availability of five new mainstream and value cards under the HD 3 series chip from ATI. These products include: HD 3650 Xtreme 512M DDR3 PCS, HD 3650 512M DDR3 PCS, HD 3650 512M DDR2, HD 3650 512M DDR2 SCS3 and HD 3450 256M DDR2 SCS. These new cards offer Microsoft DirectX 10.1/Shader Model 4.1 support, PCI Express 2.0, built-in HDMI with 5.1 surround audio, Universal Video Decode, and ATI's CrossFire X technology. PowerColor also announced a new brand image symbol along with new series of products. The logo indicates abbreviation of PowerColor, which shows “PC” in one character. “We hope this new brand image symbol could let gamers and be much easier to recognize and deepen their impression about PowerColor.” Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation says, “not only provide the best graphics card, PowerColor also makes efforts in brand management to bring the strong and consistency brand image to every gamer.”

Source: TUL Corporation
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