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Tul introduces PowerColor X1900 GT graphics card
Press release, May 5; Eric Mah, DIGITIMES [Monday 8 May 2006]

Tul on May 5 launched the PowerColor X1900 GT graphics card, the latest addition to its flagship X1900 series.

The X1900 GT is an enthusiast graphics card for the price-conscious with a suggested retail price of US$349, the lowest price in the X1900 series to date, according to the company.

The card uses the ATI Radeon R580 core, with a clock speed of 575MHz, 1.2GHz memory clock and 256MB of DDR3. The 36 pixel shader processors and 8 vertex shaders support today’s latest games, according to the company.

The PowerColor X1900 GT is CrossFire ready and supports DirectX 9c, Open GL 2.0 and Shader Model 3.0, enabling anti-aliasing with HDR, said the company. An Avivo engine also ensures accelerated video decode and encode of the latest video formats and support for High-Definition (HD) videos, the graphics card maker noted.

PowerColor X1900 GT specifications

Item

Details

Core clock speed

575MHz

Memory speed

1.2GHz

Memory

256MB DDR3

Memory interface

256-bit

Pixel shader processor

36

Vertex shader

8

VGA output

By DVI to VGA converter

TV output

S-Video

DVI-I

DVI X 2

VIVO (Video In/Video Out)

Yes

H.264 Support

Yes

Geometry transform rate (vertices/sec)

1.15 billion

Memory bandwidth

38.4GB/sec

Pixel fill rate

6.9 billion/sec

Photo

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes.com, May 2006

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