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Tul unveils PowerColor X1650 XT in PCIe and AGP
Press release, October 31; Rodney Chan, DIGITIMES [Tuesday 31 October 2006]

Tul, a Taiwan-based graphics card supplier, has announced the PowerColor X1650 XT, its second graphics card to include a chipset manufactured at 80nm process and to feature the new CrossFire Bridge Interconnect.

The PowerColor X1650 XT clocks at 600MHz, with memory at 700MHz (1400MHz effective) 256MB DDR3 RAM and 24 pixel processors. This board is also HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) and Windows Vista ready. The PCIe version will be priced under US$150, while the AGP version will be just under US$170, according to Tul.

Tul's PowerColor X1650 XT

Key features

2nd GPU manufactured at 80nm process

New CrossFire Bridge Interconnect

Simultaneous anti-aliasing with HDR for smooth graphics

Support for DirectX 9c, Open GL 2.0 and Shader Model 3.0

High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) ready

H.264 playback with ATI's Avivo Video- & Display Engine

Windows Vista ready

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

Tul's PowerColor X1650 XT

Tul's PowerColor X1650 XT
Photo: Company

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