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GeCube begins shipping X1900GT 256MB graphics card
Press release; Emily Chuang, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 9 May 2006]

GeCube recently announced its GeCube X1900GT product line, further strengthening its offerings featuring ATI’s graphics platform.

The RoH-compliant X1900GT product line is based on Shader Model 3.0 with the best frame rates in the industry, claims the company. Moreover, the X1900GT line includes 36 internal pixel shaders with a core memory refresh rate of up to 575MHz/1.2GHz.

The X1900GT line can simultaneously initiate HDR and anti aliasing (AA) functions, according to the company. The high dynamic range (HDR) capability processes light sources cast on highly animated objects in such a way that human eyes perceive images as virtual objects. With tiny variations in background light, the performance approaches reality. Moreover, the product simultaneously executes anti-aliasing (AA), which in terms of processing graphics and background features achieves new levels of quality and detail.

The GeCube X1900GT line supports CrossFire platforms with functions such as AFR, SuperTiling, scissor and graphics provided by super AA rendering mode. Resolution can reach 2048×1536 with existing dual graphics cards can initiate 12x multi-sampling AA effects as well as 2x super-sampling AA mode.

GeCube X1900 GT specifications

Item

Details

Product name

GC-X1900GTD-VID3

Core clock speed

575MHz/1.2GHz

Memory interface

256-bit

Memory

GDDR3, 256MB

Pixel shader processor

36

Vertex shader

3.0

TV output

S/HDTV-out

DVI-I

Yes (double dual link)

Cooling   

ATI original fan (single slot )

Recommend selling price (RSP)

US$299

Photo

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes, May 2006

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