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HIS introduces HIS X300SE Dual DVI PCIe for cost saving solution - bringing the possibility of two d

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Hong Kong, (TechMessenger) -- HIS (Hightech Information System Limited) introduces HIS X300SE Dual DVI PCIe. Bringing the possibility of connect two digital LCDs, HIS X300SE Dual DVI is the best cost saving solution for you. Get the most from your gaming, digital photography, video editing and web surfing experiences with the HIS X300SE Dual DVI, the affordable graphics featuring ATI’s industry-leading performance, technology and support. The HIS X300SE Dual DVI fully support the PCI Express® bus, the newest PC industry standard for delivering maximum real-time performance for your graphics-intensive software applications.


Superior Visual Output
The HIS X300SE Dual DVI series allow you to get the most from your digital still and video cameras, enabling you to see the true brilliance of your creativity, whether you are editing a video or previewing a photo before printing. The HIS X300SE Dual DVI series push high-end monitors to their full capacity and maximizes the visual display capabilities of your digital input devices.

The HIS X300SE Dual DVI series support today’s top game titles and combines ATI’s SmartShader™ and SmoothVision™ technologies to deliver incredible processing power and stunning 3D image quality. The HIS X300SE Dual DVI series also fully support Microsoft® DirectX® 9, ensuring that games look and play brilliantly, especially in high-definition.

About Hightech Info. System Ltd. (HIS)
Founded in the Hong Kong in 1987, Hightech Information System Ltd. developed the most advanced and superior quality graphic display card and to provide the best services and tailor-made support to each customer. Commitment to Excellence is the bedrock of their company direction. HIS manufactures a completed range of graphic display cards. The models range from entry level to the most professional level products. HIS have hundreds of choice to satisfy our customers’ demand. The strategic partnership with the chipset vendors enables to accelerate and shorten the development process. For further information, please visit the web site at
http://www.hisdigital.com

About ATI Technologies
ATI Technologies Inc. is a world leader in the design and manufacture of innovative 3D graphics and digital media silicon solutions. An industry pioneer since 1985, ATI is the world’s foremost visual processor unit (VPU) provider and is dedicated to deliver leading-edge performance solutions for the full range of PC and Mac desktop and notebook platforms, workstation, set-top and digital television,game console and handheld device markets. With 2004 revenues in excess of US $2 billion, ATI has more than 2,700 employees in the Americas, Europe and Asia. ATI common shares trade on NASDAQ (ATYT) and the Toronto Stock Exchange (ATY).

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Not so clever. The X300SE is not a fast card. It could be run from a PCIe x1 or a PCI lane. This would be more attractive. As a card for SFF that don't have x16 lanes, or as a second card to an existing x16 card to allow a 2nd and 3rd DVI out.
 

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Get the most from your gaming
With an X300SE? No. This would be good if you need a cheap card to get dual monitors, but don't market it as a gaming card, it isn't.