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Asus introduces GeForce 7950GT & 7900GS

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    Asus Technology Pte Ltd (ASUS), the leading provider of graphics solutions is proud to introduce two new graphics cards – EN7950GT/HTDP/512M and EN7900GS/2DHT/256M – designed specifically for serious gamers that also demand price per performance in their video solutions.
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    EN7950GT/HTDP/512M – Stunning Gaming Power with HDCP

    The EN7950GT/HTDP/512M is powered by the latest Nvdia GeForce 7950GT GPU and 512MB DDR3 memory to deliver superb video capability for the latest games. The EN7950GT/HTDP/512M is also HDCP ready to stay in step with Windows Vista requirements. HDCP technology gives users peace of mind when upgrading their systems to support high-definition digital contents.

    EN7900GS/2DHT/256M – Cost/Performance Card with Hot Game Bundle

    Based on the Nvidia GeForce 7900GS GPU, the EN7900GS/2DHT/256M offers excellent performance at an affordable price. ASUS further added more value to the package by bundling “Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter”, market valued at US$49.9.

    Splendid Video Intelligence Technology

    Both the EN7950GT/HTDP/512M and EN7900GS/2DHT/256M support Splendid Video Intelligence Technology, an exclusive feature found only on ASUS solutions. With Splendid, images enabled by the ASUS graphics cards are fine tuned to deliver vibrant visual representations in conditions most favorable to the human eye.

    Splendid detects activation and usage of video applications and automatically optimizes image quality for the best visual results, and further provides five modes (Standard, Game, Theater, Scenery and Night) and three skin tone options for various video applications. Splendid works on top of NVIDIA’s PureVideotm technology to offer sharp decoded video.


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