Wednesday, May 13th 2009

PowerColor Announces Radeon HD 4890 PCS++

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, today announced a powerful addition to the PowerColor HD4890 series: the PCS++ HD4890. As an advanced version of the PCS+ HD4890, the PCS++ HD4890 has all the key features of the PCS+ HD4890, including ZEROtherm’s exclusive cooling system, the fastest ever single GPU solution and a four-heatpipe design to deliver the most efficient cooling performance. The ZEROtherm cooling system provides the perfect balance between operating in a quieter environment and heat dissipation performance.

The PowerColor PCS++ HD4890 overclocking ability shines through, delivering the utmost gaming experience with its default 1010MHz core speed and 1100MHz memory speed. In order to offer the most stable overclocking platform, the PCS++ HD4890 has an upgraded PWM design through, using polymer capacitors and reducing RDS(on) of MOSFET. The result is a reduction in temperature and output voltage, providing a stable and cool overclocking solution.
“The PowerColor PCS++ HD4890 is unlike any product in our lineup. The overclocking ability of this card is second to none,” said Ted Chen, CEO of TUL Corporation. “The HD4890 series and the PCS++ HD4890, in particular, are in a class of their own when it comes to combining speed and stability.”

Limited Battle Forge Edition: Experience Ultimate DirectX 10.1 Gaming Power*
To deliver the ultimate DirectX 10.1 experience, PowerColor is also releasing a special edition game bundle—the PCS++ HD4890 Battle Forge edition. The game features DirectX 10.1 technology, only available on ATI based video cards. For more information on the game visit

Source: PowerColor
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27 Comments on PowerColor Announces Radeon HD 4890 PCS++

h3llb3nd4 said:
We'll see which is cheaper:D
not like we cant OC it ourselves!
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Cold Storm said:
Bta, I think he's referring to the PCS++. Not the PCS+... If there one of the same and just a marketing gimmick....

newegg has the + one in stock
I'm referring to the same thing.
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