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Tul PowerColor X1650 PRO chosen by WCG 2006 Grand Finals
Press release, October 4; Jessie Shen, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 4 October 2006]

Taiwan-based Tul, which specializes in ATI-based graphic cards, on October 3 announced that its PowerColor X1650 PRO has been selected by the World Cyber Games (WCG) to be the official graphics card for the finals from October 18-22. Top gamers from 70 countries will be at the Autodromo Nazionale of Monza, in Italy, to compete for titles in FIFA Soccer 06. Gaming systems throughout the tournament will be equipped with the PowerColor X1650 PRO, according to the company.

PowerColor X1650 PRO supports a core speed of 600MHz and is running 1400MHz of 256MB 128-bit DDR3 memory. The card enables HDR (High Dynamic Range) effects with anti-aliasing and features DirectX 9.0c, Open GL 2.0 and Shader Model 3.0.

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Tul PowerColor X1650 PRO
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