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Tul launches PowerColor X1950 graphics cards for enthusiasts
Press release, August 25; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Friday 25 August 2006]

Tul, a Taiwan-based provider of ATI-based graphic cards, on August 24 introduced its PowerColor X1950 XTX and CrossFire graphic cards that support HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection).

The two ATI Radeon X1950-based graphics cards deliver 512MB of GDDR4 with a bandwidth of 64GB per second, much faster than previous GDDR3 memory while consuming 30% less power, according to the company. The new PowerColor X1950 family provides an improved cooler for quieter cooling unit and lower temperatures. In addition, both cards support DirectX 9.0c, Open GL 2.0 and Shader Model 3.0.

Tul PowerColor X1950 graphics card family

Item

X1950 CrossFire

X1950XTX 512MB

Memory and bus width

512MB GDDR4/ 256bit

Core frequency

650MHz

Memory speed

1000MHz X2

Output

DVI/ VHDCI/ HDTV

Dual DVI/ VIVO/ HDTV

Interface

PCIe x16

Pixel pipelines

48

DirectX support

9.0

TV connector

S-Video

Photo

PowerColor X1950 CrossFire

PowerColor X1950 XTX

Source: Company, compiled by DigiTimes, August 2006

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